Sex & Relationship

5 Amazing Exercises That Improve Your Sexual Performance

There are exercises that can improve your sexual performance and may end up saving your relationship and sexual experience tremendously. Sex is a pleasurable experience or at least that is what it ought to be. However, attaining this pleasure can be difficult and when you have sexual performance anxiety. Sex is more than just a physical response. Arousal is tied into your emotions too. When the mind is too stressed out to focus on sex, your body struggles to get excited. The constant dilemma of whether your partner is even enjoying it. Sex can be devastating, nerve wrecking, and often makes many partners avoid sex.

Sexual performance anxiety is not diagnosed as often in women as it is in men, but generally it affects arousal. It is caused by various factors including;

– Fear that you won’t perform well in bed and satisfy your partner sexually.

– Poor body image, including concern on excess weight.

– A man’s worry that his penis won’t ‘measure up.’

– A man’s concern about ejaculating prematurely or taking too long to reach orgasm.

– A woman’s anxiety about not being able to have an orgasm or enjoy the sexual experience.

These factors should however not act as a hindrance to enjoying good and healthy sex. Exercise makes you feel Sexy. There are ways/ exercises you and your partner can employ to improve your sexual performance.

Below is a detailed list of 5 exercises that improve your sexual performance and it applies to both men and women;

Kegel exercises

Both men and women can improve their sexual fitness and performance by exercising their pelvic floor muscles. To do these exercises, tighten the muscle you would use if you were trying to stop urine in midstream. Hold the contraction for two or three seconds, then release. Repeat 10 times. These exercises can be done anywhere and the more frequently it is done, the better.

Practice touching

The sense of touch plays a very fundamental role as one of the five exercises that improve your sexual performance. This exercise allows partners to identify with the various body parts that stimulate them the most. Always ask your partner to touch you in a manner that he or she would like to be touched. This will give you a better sense of how much pressure, from gentle to firm, you should use.