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Exercises For Sexual Health – Boost Strength And Flexibility

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Corkscrews (10 reps): Lie on your back, raise both legs to 45 degrees and oscillate in a circular motion. Plank Twists (12 reps): Get down in the plank position and tuck in your left knee, trying to touch the right elbow. Alternate and repeat. Mountain Climbers (25 reps): Plank position, tuck in one knee towards the chest and alternate.

Strength and flexibility are the secrets to having better sex. Improving these aspects will greatly improve your sex life and drive. Since most of muscles we use during sex are not used on a regular basis, a set of exercises to activate these muscles can help improve stamina for intercourse. Studies indicated that 88% of women who exercised 5 days a week, felt they performed better in bed than before. The following set of exercises will help tone specific muscles, to help you perform and enjoy the experience better.
Corkscrews: Lie on your back, place palms beside your thighs. Raise both legs to 45 degrees and oscillate them in a circular motion. Try to draw a circle in the air with the tip of your toes, 8-10 circles. You should feel a stretch in the core region.
Plank Twists: Get down in the plank position and tuck in your left knee, trying to touch the right elbow. Now tuck in right knee towards left elbow. Do at least 10-12 repetitions.
Mountain Climbers: Plank position, tuck in one knee towards the chest and alternate. Try to do at least 20-30 reps.
Reverse Crunches: Lie on your back, bend knees such that the heels are touching your butt. Place palms beside thighs for support and crunch knees towards chest. Ideal number of reps is 10-12.
These exercises will strengthen the core and exercise the glutes, improving stamina and overall strength.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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Thanks! :) Anmila Doorgah