5 Exercises To Improve Your Boyfriend’s Sexuality – Exercises He Should Do For You
Exercise is great for achieving or maintaining a healthy weight, building muscles and a strong healthy heart and lungs, but exercise can also improve your sex life, increase the flow of blood and oxygen to your sexual organs, improve your stamina and endurance helping you last longer in bed, and intense exercise promotes the production and release of testosterone in men.
Exercise also increases your lean muscle mass, making you more attractive to your partner and boosts your self-confidence as well as you’ll feel sexier.
What exercises improve sex?
1. Start with cardio
A strong heart, lungs and improved circulation will be immediately noticeable in your performance and your endurance. Cardiovascular exercise will impact penis health because erectile function depends on ample blood flow to the penis. Cardiovascular workouts strengthen the heart and lungs, ensuring that the circulatory system is capable of pumping plenty of oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood throughout the body. Maintaining cardiovascular health could mean maintaining erectile function well into old age.
2. Core strength
The “work” involved in sex begins with the muscles of the core, those muscles that surround and support your spine from your hips to your torso, your abdominals, lower back and obliques, the muscles below your love handles. Planks are a good way to build core strength. The standard plank, in which you face the ground, supporting yourself with your toes and forearms on the ground, builds strength in the abdominals, buttocks, legs and lower back – all important thruster muscles. As an added benefit, the plank also works muscles in the arms and shoulders, equipping you to support your body weight longer in the missionary position.
3. Yoga and flexibility
Benefits of yoga include greater flexibility, better muscle tone, increased weight loss, stress relief, and maybe even enlightenment. However, you may not know that it has been proven to enhance your sex life. Yoga offers many` physical and emotional benefits that can heat up your bedroom experience.
4. Strength training
The stronger you are, the longer you last and better your performance. Stronger arms will support your upper body during sex. Resistance or weight training with dumbbells, kettlebells or bodyweight is the best approach.
Kegels work the pelvic floor muscles, which comes with a host of sexual benefits from improving the quality of orgasms to enabling a man to better control when he ejaculates. A man can locate the targeted muscles by stopping his flow of urine midstream. Contracting those muscles for about 5 seconds at a time, in reps of 10 a few times a day, may improve a couple’s sex life.