Improve Your Life With Love Exercises
In addition to many well known excitement techniques to put into practice for better love performance, it really counts, in fact, muscle strength and flexibility.
Sculpting and stretching the muscles can make the difference between a game and a great regular love time. Love exercises below can help to enhance love pleasure of both, own and that of your partner.
1. The Turtle Position
Leslie Howard, yoga instructor in Oakland, California (USA) recommend this exercise to strengthen the muscles of the inner thigh. Lie on your belly, putting forward a folded towel under the basin. With arms and legs begins to bend them at 90 degrees, until you get into a position that resembles a frog position. Hold for three minutes and then try again.
2. Wall Squats With Ball
Some love positions can overload your back. Coach Nancy Krank from Los Angeles recommends exercise ball on the wall to prevent over request. Place the ball on the wall, lean on it so its roundness still fill your lower back, in lumbar region. Put your hands on your thighs and begins to descend the wall, with the ball until your legs are bent at 90 degrees and hands landed on the knees. Hold for 15 seconds and perform a series of five repetitions.
3. Spiderman Pushups
Although pushups seem exhausting just thinking about them, this type of exercise is not that difficult, says Amanda Russell, instructor at Equinox in New York center. Put yourself in pushup position with hands outstretched. Bend your knees if you find the exercise too difficult. Bend your arms and your left leg, then return to starting position. Repeat the bending with the right leg. Ideal is to do two sets of 10-15 reps for each leg.
4. A Little Different Lunge
If after love time your feet hurt, it means you have to work both muscles inside the thighs and legs, says Russell. To do this, sit down on hands and knees (on all fours, basically) and stretch one leg back and then bring it all stretched at 90 degrees from the basin. Hold for 10 seconds and then repeat the exercise. You can do as many reps as you can on both legs.