“Stretching makes your sexual activity more comfortable and helps prevent some unlikely occurrence of any form of physical injury during or after the act”
Sexual intercourse can be as slow or as fast as you want it to be. It can be soft, moderate or hard. It comes in different acts and forms. Whatever your choices are, it is just as important to prepare and be pleased rather than have problems in the end.
Being prepared constitutes in various aspects. It can be with items or in terms of physical appearance but when you say physically, this should also involve your body. Of course, it doesn’t mean that in the heat of the moment you should press pause for some stretching, what it means is that various positions should be threaded with caution most especially if you are not that flexible or if you’re trying something new for the first time.
It is not bad or shameful to prepare your body and it doesn’t mean that you need to do whatever your warm ups or stretching routine you do in the gym or what you see others do. Simple activities like stretching your neck, hamstrings, quads, back, arms, legs and the like can make your sexual activity more comfortable and relaxed, and help prevent unlikely occurrence of any form of physical injury during or after the act.
It is a proven fact that people who workout has better endurance and sex drive compared to people who have a sedentary lifestyle,
It is a proven fact that people who workout has better endurance and sex drive compared to people who have a sedentary lifestyle, but not to alienate those who don’t workout or exercise as much, stretching is still a way to improve not only your sexual experience but also your physical body and how you mentally and emotionally feel.
Below are great examples of stretching regiments to help you perform and achieve satisfying sexual activities:
Lie on your back with knees bent and slightly apart. Feet should be flat on the floor and arms at your side. Inhale, clenching your abdominals and buttocks and lifting the pelvis until your back is straight. By doing this, your muscles that are used during intercourse would be more limber and flexible which in turn can help bring more pleasure to both parties.
Lie on your back with knees bent. Feet should be together and flat on the bed. Next, pull your feet in until they touch your buttocks. Turn your ankles so the soles of your feet are facing each other and touching. Your knees will point out to the sides of the bed. Lower your knees toward the bed taking care not to force them down. You or your partner may gently press downward on your inner thighs. When your knees are as far apart as is comfortable, hold for 60 seconds. Gently bring the knees back together with your hands and relax.
Another good and simple stretching exercise is squats. Stand tall with your feet hip width apart and your arms down by your side. Start to lower your body back as far as you can by pushing your hips back and bending your knees and pushing your body weight into your heels. As you are lowering into the squat your arms will start to raise out in front of you for balance. Keep a neutral spine at all times and never let your knees go over your toes. The lower body should be parallel with the floor and your chest should be lifted at all times not rounded. Pause then lift back up in a controlled movement to the starting position. Doing squats targets your groin area and leg muscles that are main areas used during intercourse.
Other simple stretches would be reaching out and touching your toes, sitting crossed legged on the floor and sitting in a butterfly position. These are just some simple stretching methods that you can easily do anywhere you want and anytime you deem necessary.
Stretching should be embraced and practiced, no one is exempted. Nothing should be pressured and remember it is better to avoid any unnecessary injuries since the act should be done with the result of pleasure and enjoyment by the persons involved.