5 More Exercises for Better Sex

It’s a virtuous circle – sex is great for your health, and health is great for your sex. At this post-holidays time of resolutions and optimistic gym memberships, we’re all thinking about getting back in shape.

Everyone enjoys the self-confidence that comes from looking and feeling fit, but what better incentive to keep up the training than a more satisfying sex life? Following on from our previous article about exercises you can do for better sex, here are some more tips to keep you in top form.

Exercises for Better Sex

Stretching

Lower-back pain can seriously cramp your style between the sheets, so stay limber to preserve a strong and supple spine. You’ll be working up the Kama Sutra’s more ambitious positions in no time.

Try the ‘happy baby pose’ to stretch out the spine while loosening the muscles in the legs and hips that put it under pressure. Lie on your back, bend your knees toward your chest, and hold the outside of your feet. With your ankles above your knees, pull down gently, slightly curling your tailbone up off the floor, and hold for a few minutes.

You can also try the scorpion stretch for your lower back, glutes and hip flexors (which are key for thrusting). In this stretch, you lie on  your stomach with your arms outstretched. Keeping your chest facing the floor, try and get your right foot up toward your left hand (it’s ok if you can’t make it that far!) and repeat on the other side.

Core

More than 20 muscles make up your core, which, depending on the position will stabilize your back or allow for more vigorous gyrations (i.e. grinding).  Keep your core in tip top shape with some pelvic tilts by lying on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Raise your hips slowly while tensing your abs, butt, inner thighs and Kegel muscles. Repeat 20 times.

Upper body

For this great exercise that helps develop a strong and svelte upper body, while also working the grinding muscles of the core, you’ll need an exercise ball. In a push-up position, place your shins on top of the ball while keeping your back, hips and arms straight. Roll the ball up and back by bringing your knees towards the chest and then pushing your feet back out. This is quite a tough exercise, but it can reap great benefits – see if you can do three sets of 10!

Lower body

For sexier, firmer legs, a better bum, and all the endurance of the Duracell bunny, try squats. They’re simple – with your heels firmly on the floor, bend as if sitting into an invisible chair and then straighten again. The lower you go, the more you’ll work your glutes – start with 15 slow repetitions and build it up to 30.

Massage

If you’re worried that after all that hard work you’ll be too exhausted to enjoy some sexy time, never fear – studies show that just 10 minutes of massage can make a huge difference to the inflammation and soreness that strenuous exercise can cause.

No need to visit the spa – our very own wand-style massagers can mimic the skills of a professional massage therapist. Even better still, cut directly to the chase – make lighting up a massage candle and  enjoying a  romantic oil massage part of your post-work out routine and part of your pre-sex routine; it’s just as good for your body, and will really get you into the mood!

Penis Training

Yes, this is a thing. By following a specially-designed routine, you can actually train yourself to last longer as well as monitor size and speed. It’s called Sextech, and it is the future of intimacy.

Sextech will encompass open-source apps coded to be used with advanced pleasure items for men (think of a high-tech masturbation sleeve). By pleasuring yourself with the device, called the LELO F1s, alongside an app on your smart device made by yourself or someone else, you can track your performance. Don’t like your results? Then train harder, or change the parameters yourself in the app’s back end to tailor your routine.

This is a burgeoning sector of tech, one that opens up possibilities to everyone with some coding know-how. At the start, we are seeing this new tech applied to penile training in order to increase stamina, but in the future, with the brain trust of millions of coders out there, who knows how far it can go?

Written by: Colin Hanna

Colin Hanna
Colin Hanna is a Volonté contributor and freelance writer who lives in Shanghai, China with his wife. He's written extensively about sex and human sexuality for LELO since 2010.

3 comments

  1. This site is fantastic. Glad i find y’all.
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  2. We prefer to be called “massage therapists”, the term “masseuse” or “masseur” has too many old and largely unfounded sexual associations. A massage therapist is a body healer, not a sex worker (nothing against sex workers). We do not perform happy endings, give back rubs or work in massage parlors. We are highly educated practitioners of medicine and still struggle to educate the public on the benefits of massage and the non sexual nature of what we do. No machine can feel the body and understand simply by touch, the deep muscular issues going on within much less perform dozens of highly complicated therapeutic techniques to alleviate said disorders. A vibrating motor is a poor substitute, at best.

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