Improving Sexual Performance through Exercise
After 23 years of the 21st century, there are still many myths surrounding sex that need to be demolished. One of them is about physical fitness and the body’s ability to handle sexual activity. There have even been claims that having sex can be dangerous for the heart or that it’s impossible to practice sex at a certain age or body size.
However, there is truth in the fact that sexual practice does not count as training or an exercise routine in terms of heart rate and calories burned. What’s important is how to optimize our conditions to improve our sexual practice, regardless of abilities and body size.
The Cowgirl Position
Sexologist and trainer Tyomi Morgan believes that the cowgirl position is the most effective for both members of the couple to experience the most pleasurable sex. It allows the woman to control the depth of penetration and clitoral stimulation, making it easier to achieve orgasm. Although the cowgirl position has been known to generate insecurities, it empowers the woman by giving her main control in the relationship.
Morgan began to research the best movements for the cowgirl position after feeling uncomfortable while performing it. She even had to watch pornographic movies to have more references since there was no step-by-step guide. After designing her own training plan, combining her knowledge with dance principles, she received much gratitude from women who watched her videos on YouTube. She teaches women between the ages of 18 and 70, regardless of size or shape, to help them overcome insecurity, accept differences, improve resistance, and strengthen confidence.
More Training, Better Sex
According to a study, physically active people have more satisfying sexual relations. Exercise increases attractiveness and energy levels, providing greater well-being, satisfaction, and better self-perception. Those who feel better about themselves may perform better sexually.
The Mejor con Salud portal suggests exercises that optimize resistance, flexibility, and muscles involved in sexual activity. Basic stretches, riding a bicycle, jumping rope, sit-ups, and squats are some of the recommended exercises.
It’s possible to improve sexual performance through exercise regardless of size or shape. The cowgirl position can offer women control over penetration and clitoral stimulation, making it easier to achieve orgasm. Physically active people have more satisfying sexual relations. Effective exercises include basic stretches, cycling, jumping rope, sit-ups, and squats. Improving resistance, flexibility, and strengthening muscles involved in sexual activity can lead to better sex.