Hey, it’s Jack Grave here.

Welcome to my site. It’s great to have you here!

I hope you get a ton of valuable information out of site…

I’ve designed it specifically to share some of the techniques and strategies I’ve learned that have helped me go from lasting less than 10 seconds in bed, to being able to last over 30 minutes in bed…

And TRANSFORM my sex life as a result.

You’ll also find some other great advice on how to improve the quality of your sex life, give your lover more pleasure, and get her wanting a lot more sex too.

So have a look around and I hope you find the solution you’re looking for.

Jack

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Are these habits making your erections fizzle out?

Not having the ability to get and stay hard in bed is perhaps one of the most devastating things that can happen to a man.

Now while not exercising enough as well as indulging in too much alcohol and tobacco are known to be the usual culprits for erectile dysfunction, there are other causes for it that aren’t as popular as the others.

Just to make things even more interesting, you could be already doing them right now. Make sure you follow along to learn more.

How’s your coffee consumption?

Caffeine is the active ingredient in coffee that perks you up after a couple of sips. Now while this natural chemical is processed by the body easily, having too much in your system at once is a different story. Apart from ending up feeling jittery and extremely nervous, having a caffeine overload will only cause your blood pressure to waver, which only leads to weakened erections.

Limiting your coffee consumption to three cups is a smart idea. Don’t go for beverages that just contain too much sugar as well like the lattes and frappes you can buy in commercial coffee shops. If you’d like to indulge in one, just make your own.

Riding too hard can make you less hard.

Now while biking may be one of the best exercises to keep your heart in excellent shape, hopping on your bike just most of the time can easily cause erectile dysfunction sooner or later.

Bike seats have been known to pinch the nerves in the perineum that cause tingling in the penile tissues when used too frequently. Exceeding more than 3 hours of bike rides a week can already put you at risk of not getting it up during sex.

Make sure you check the height and shape of your bike seat as well. Seats that make your knees rise too much in the air when pedalling have the possibility of stretching the muscles in the groin too much and lead to the same effects.

Are you a soda pop addict?

The University of Minnesota revealed that consuming more than 8 ounces of carbonated soda every day raises a man’s chances of developing type 2 diabetes.

Aside from causing irregular blood pressure levels that can keep the erectile tissues in the penis from getting the sufficient amount they need to make them ready for intercourse, type 2 diabetes also destroys the ability of nerve endings to become sensitive.

This simply means you just won’t get hard on demand, but also won’t feel any pleasure at all when your penis is stimulated.

Wondering why you’re popping off too soon these days?

Lasting for as long as you can when things are already sizzling in the bedroom is definitely one of the most important factors in your sexual checklist to really knock your lover’s socks off.

And it’s not just your partner that gets all the fun, too. The longer you last, the more sexual pleasure you’re going to experience while at it. How’s that for two for two?

But the problem is you’re simply noticing that you come sooner than you’d like to between the sheets these days.

I know it’s frustrating for you and your partner as well, but you don’t need to get your hands on artificial products that claim to extend your bedroom playing time.

Come to think of it. The operative word here is “artificial” so the risk of going through adverse side effects sooner or later is very real.

Chances are you’re just making the following mistakes that boost your chances of coming too soon during lovemaking…

Watch your speed.

Now while the temptation to go full speed ahead when the action starts in bed is great, make it a point to go as slow and easy as you can. You won’t just stave off the risk of coming too soon, but give your lover an amazing time as well.

“Love” yourself more.

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly believe, masturbation isn’t just about experiencing sexual pleasure all by yourself. It actually helps you identify when your sexual peak takes place.

At its simplest, your sexual peak is the time when the amount of positive hormones released during sexual arousal reaches their ideal levels. This stimulates your brain to activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses.

You can actually have an idea when your sexual peak kicks in when you masturbate in a regular basis. Think of it as a rather sensual and intimate kind of “practice” that will surely be enjoyable.

(And speaking of solo action, here’s a mistake that can make masturbation boring for you.)

Change your mindset.

I’m pretty sure that you’ve already heard the phrase “mind over matter” once or twice now. What’s really interesting is it actually applies to how long you will last in bed, too.

See, when you think that you’re going to come too soon before the action between the sheets even starts, you’re inadvertently sending a subconscious message to your brain that it should activate your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses prematurely.

Just keep things positive and think about how you’re going to give her a mind-blowing sex session and you’re going to be alright.

Are your erections losing their power? Read this!

When it comes to sex, you definitely want to get as rock as you can in no time at all.

However, you just find your ability to rise up to the occasion rather weak these days. Besides not getting as hard as usual, it also takes longer for you to do the same.

Before you get your hands on medicines, creams and other artificial stuff that claim to supposedly bolster your erections almost immediately (but will have side effects sooner or later that will be bad for you), make sure you check out the following reasons first that may be causing the problem:

Reason #1: You smoke in a regular basis.

Sure puffing on a cigarette supposedly gives a calming feeling especially when you’re feeling stressed, but nicotine and the other chemicals in it have a very horrible side effect: they set off a condition called vasoconstriction.

Vasoconstriction is when the blood vessels tighten and make it really tricky for blood to flow to where it is needed. And if the erectile tissues don’t get the right amount of blood they need to get an erection going…then you know what happens next.

Reason #2: You’re not working out like you should.

Keeping your circulatory system healthy is a must if you’d like to get strong erections every time you need to get in action in bed with your lover. And unlike what a lot of men mistakenly think, you don’t have to spend a lot of bucks to do the same.

You simply have to make exercise a regular in your schedule. I’m not suggesting you immediately take on extreme exercises. Simply kicking things off with brisk walking and slow jogging already gets you on the right track.

Reason #3: You haven’t visited your dentist for a long time.

Now while this may sound surprising, not keeping your oral health up to par can easily lead to problems when things are getting extra steamy between the sheets.

This is because oral health problems like plaque, tartar and cavities, including gum disease, result to the development of lesions inside the mouth that can easily allow bacteria to get inside the blood vessels.

When this happens, the flow of blood needed by the erectile tissues in the penis to get a stable erection going will be disrupted. And if not given the right attention, it will even become even more serious and can set off cardiovascular issues in the long run.

If you’re anything like most guys, you may sometimes think that brushing and flossing regularly can be a lot of work. However, if you’d like to get hard on demand when you and your partner get frisky in the bedroom, make it a daily habit.

Did you know that you deserve a bite of chocolate today?

Are you a chocolate fan? Well, if you’re not then you are sure to be one after reading this article. Besides being decadent and rich in flavor, chocolate has more benefits – sexual benefits, mind you – than you’ve ever imagined.

Read on to find out more…

Having a bite or two of chocolate regularly can actually improve your performance in the bedroom. Sure this may sound a bit crazy right now, but it will all add up when you follow along.

Benefit #1: It helps boosts your energy and endurance.

Aside from its libido-boosting properties and ability to keep blood flow in tip-top shape, chocolate can also give you a heightened sense of sexual excitement, thanks to its high levels of the compound theobromine, which is also found in kola nuts and all types of teas.

Simply having a bite or two of chocolate can easily make you feel ready for action, especially when things get spicy in the bedroom. So if you’re looking to make your next lovemaking session a blast, make sure you have a chocolate bar on hand.

Benefit #2: It helps stimulate optimum circulation.

A sufficient amount of blood is needed to get and maintain stable erections to make sexual intercourse possible. And amazingly, there are a number of phytochemicals and flavonoids found in chocolate that can easily help you do just that.

These flavonoids and phytochemicals not only just boost the amount of nitric oxide in the bloodstream to keep blood flow ideal, but also keep the arterial walls as hale and hearty as possible. Moreover, they also help dislodge plaque and other unwanted particles that may have accumulated in them in the process.

Based on scientific research, chocolate has similar effects as anti-hypertensive drugs when consumed moderately every day. This means that while it keeps blood flow optimum, it doesn’t go overboard with the whole thing that it’s already quite dangerous for the body.

Benefit #3: It helps bolster the amount of good hormones.

Scientific studies show that chocolate contains very high amounts of the compound, phenylethylamine (PEA), which helps promote the production and release of mood-altering hormones called endorphins in the brain. Apart from making you feel happier almost instantly, these hormones also affect the mind and body in several other ways.

They can help improve your immune system, speed up the repair of damaged tissues and cells, have analgesic properties and help keep bacteria at bay that can potentially cause illnesses like coughs and colds. Plus, they can also make you find sex more pleasurable and intensify orgasms.

According to laboratory tests, men and women who consumed chocolate frequently found sex to be more enjoyable and experienced stronger sensations when they reached the Big O.

(Now here’s why you should include oatmeal in your regular diet while we’re at it.)