Stretches for better sex
When you're having fun between the sheets, you want to feel your best—and that means not dealing with cramps from being too tight during new positions or, you know, pulling a muscle. If anyone knows how to improve your sex life through stretches alone, it's some of your favorite fitness pros. And these are the best ones to start with. While standing, arch your back as far as you can. Drop your head back; hold for 3 seconds.
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Most people know that stretching offers benefits such as prevening workout injuries, increasing range of motion, and keeping muscles flexible, but did you know that certain stretches can boost your sex life as well? Stretching helps prevent our range of motion from becoming restricted and gets blood moving through the pelvic area when you stretch your hips and legs. This increase in blood flow can have a positive impact on arousal. Simply do them regularly and start enjoying the benefits! Best For Improving — When you are on bottom. While this may seem like an easy position, you still need strong hamstrings and glutes for thrusting and lifting.
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These 6 Stretches Will Majorly Level-Up Your Sex Life
We all want to have the best sex possible. So if stretching can lead to better sex and sex is good for you , this feels like a no-brainer. The best part? The six stretches below are recommended by experts specifically to improve your sex life. How to Do It: On your hands and knees, round your shoulders down and your back up toward the ceiling while pushing through your arms; your chin should tilt down, says Long Beach—based personal trainer Andrea Lowell.
There are a number of ways to get better at sex. Another is exercising certain muscle groups to build strength, flexibility, and stamina. If you're doing sex right, it engages the whole body—but there are four specific muscle groups that take on the bulk of the work: glutes; quads; core; and upper body.
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