Women who exercise do it for a variety of reasons. We want to feel good. We love the thrill of achievement, the competitive edge, and the fact it can make us seem like a good old fashioned bad ass. We also do it because we want to look great. Pfff! I’m preaching to the choir here. You all know what I’m talking about.
But did you know you can exercise to improve your sex life?
I’m proud to introduce my brand new series: Fit for Sex. These are posts with videos showing you just how to do these babies, all from the privacy of your living room, office, kitchen… hell, even your bedroom.
Before we jump in, FULL DISCLOSURE: In case you don’t know this, I’m not an exercise kinesiologist or scientist who’s studied how the body reacts during sex, as a result of doing these exercises. I’m just offering examples of these exercises, showing you how to do them correctly, based on research I’ve done on my own (because we all know I’m a big fan of people doing their own research and being their own best wellness advocates). DO NOT ENGAGE IN ANY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY WITHOUT FIRST CONSULTING WITH YOUR MEDICAL DOCTOR.
First up: PELVIC TILTS
Pelvic tilts, done while in what’s known as “bridge” pose, are excellent for improving your sex life. They work the gluteal muscles, which when strengthened not only improve your bohiney’s appearance, but also help to strengthen, rotate and extend your hips – providing better thrusting action. Another important pelvic tilts are good for is to strengthen those pelvic floor muscles (the area we ladies try to strengthen during Kegel exercises).
Watch my quick video demonstration and then get to it ladies!
If you can not view the video box above, see it here: http://youtu.be/H9K4EwFxQF4
DO AT YOUR OWN RISK: This post is for informational purposes only. Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical and physical condition, or that of your clients, and to independently determine whether to perform, use or adapt any of the information or content in this video. Any exercise program may result in injury. By voluntarily undertaking any exercise displayed on this website, you assume the risk of any resulting injury. Read full disclaimer here.