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Exercises For Better Sex

A good exercise can make for some feel-good sex, and just as you get better at practice in the gym, as is the case with sex. 

Sex can feel a lot like working out. Your body reacts similarly as your heart rate, blood flow, respiratory rate increase as it would during a workout. 

Get ready for the action by strengthening those muscles, working that flexibility, and raising your heart rate with these good for sex exercises.

Glute Bridge

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Glute bridges are great for strengthening the pelvic floor and working your hamstrings and glutes, which can help you thrust better during sex.

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Lie flat on your back, knees bent, with your arms stretching towards your feet, almost touching. Raise your pelvis from the floor while engaging your core till you reach a stiff bridge position, squeezing your glutes at the top before lowering yourself.

Plank

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A plank provides an excellent workout for your deep core muscles, the upper arms, thighs, and buttocks. Strengthening these muscles can help you hold different positions during your bedroom romp. 

Do a plank once a day, and build up to a minute or longer. You might try doing a plank on your knees first as you build the strength in your wrists.

Cardio

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Engaging in regular cardio can ensure that you've got the stamina to keep going during sex. You can get in some cardio by going for a run, brisk walking, skipping, dancing, and swimming. 

Not only that, but exercises that get the heartbeat up and the blood pumping can also result in heightened arousal for women, according to a University of Texas study.

Frog Pose 

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Practicing a frog pose will make you more flexible, which is a bonus for lovemaking. But not only can it help open your hips, but it can also feel like getting a good stretch in the inner thigh and groin area.

The benefits of a frog stretch don't end there. It can also assist in tension and stress releases, which can be a buzz-kill in bed.

Kegels

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Doing Kegels help you strengthen your pelvic floor, and that's a bonus for sexual intimacy because it means better orgasms.

The great thing about Kegels is that you can do them just about anywhere, and no one will know. So aim to do Kegels a few times a day while watching TV, doing your groceries, or cooking.

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