Giving your lover a sex session she won’t forget anytime soon doesn’t just happen. It needs a bit of work to pull the whole thing off.
Sure you may already know the stuff that your partner likes when things get hot between the sheets or perhaps the techniques that she prefers during the same, but it really doesn’t hurt to learn how you can make the whole thing more enjoyable for her.
Make sure you follow along to find out why you should have vigorous exercise in your regular schedule to make it easier for you to really give her the sexual satisfaction she’s always wanted the next time you get it on…
Sweating it out improves your body’s circulation.
If you’ve been following HowToLastLongInBed.com for a while now, you have probably come across my posts emphasizing how blood flow plays a key role in getting rock hard on demand.
When your body’s circulation is up to par, the erectile tissues in the penis won’t have a problem absorbing as much blood as they need during sexual arousal. If it’s not working like it should, chances are you’re going to have issues with weak erections sooner or later.
There’s even a possibility that you won’t get hard at all, too.
Exercise helps you last longer in bed.
Your sexual stamina is basically linked to how much energy your body can store at a time. If your energy levels aren’t that high, chances are you’re going to lose power before you’ve even got the chance to really get going in bed.
Sure the idea of integrating exercise in your schedule can be a bit daunting at first, but having a religious workout routine is definitely going to help you become a better lover.
Exercise improves your sexual stamina.
If you think about it for a bit, lovemaking is actually a type of exercise. And getting the most out of your exercise is conditioning your body ideally to endure the workout you’re going to engage in.
Make it a point to exercise at least 15 to 30 minutes in a regular basis. Don’t worry if you can’t do this every day. Sweating it out at least three days a week is already going to cut it.
This doesn’t mean that you should become a hardcore gym buff to pull this off as well. You can go for biking, slow jogging and brisk walking to start things off.