After you have been with someone for a while the sex can become quite monotonous; same routine, same positions, same duration, same surroundings, same everything. Sure, it is still good enough not to refuse, but if you could transform good sex into great sex with a few short moves, why not?
Here are a few exercises to help bring the O back into your Valentines night.
Pulsing Squats: If you’re looking for excitement and intensity, pulsing squats are great to practise in the gym, because they help to strengthen your legs, improve muscular endurance and are great for the bedroom to keep the momentum going and really prolong the experience.
Hip Bridge: To spice up the ride, try including the hip bridge into your regular exercise routine. This move strengthens your glutes, hamstrings and pelvic muscles to keep you going stronger for longer.
Inch Worm: For a passion-enthralled night, you need to start working on your inchworm, this move simulates everyone’s favourite, and helps to tighten up your whole body, legs, core and arms, to get a deeper sensation for an even bigger O.
Happy baby pose: If you’ve never been into stretching after your work out now is the time to start; the happy baby pose helps to turn the average Valentines night into a phenomenal evening. Helping you to get a deeper penetration by opening up your hips and stretching out your inner groin, this stretch turns this basic position into an experience you will never forget.
Downward facing dog. Downward facing dog is probably the most commonly referred to yoga pose, and if you want to turn good sex into great sex, this is one you should definitely start doing. Downward facing dog helps to strengthen your back; and because your lower-back is full of sensitive nerve endings, helping to strengthen it increases the sensation, and puts the spark back into your love life, giving you an unforgettable Valentines.