6 Little Moves That Will Make Your Sex Life Hotter
When it comes to truly sensational sex, an emotional connection with your mate is vital -- but sexual fitness counts, too. Sexual fitness is not about a perfect body; it's about discovering and toning the little-known muscles that contribute to more intense, enjoyable, even transcendent sex -- for both of you. Here, the six key pleasure moves:
Pump Up Your Pubococcygeal (PC) Muscles
These three sets of muscles run like a hammock from the back to the front of your pubic bone, encircling the openings to the vagina and the rectum. The stronger these muscles are, the more intense your climax will be. "During orgasm, these muscles contract rhythmically. The stronger they are, the more intense the sensation," says urogynecologist Hilary Cholhan, M.D., director of the Rochester Regional Continence Center in Rochester, New York. Toned muscles also mean increased muscle mass, and this means greater blood flow into the area, which may also enhance sensation.
Toning tips: The classic exercise for the PC muscles is the Kegel (familiar to many women who have been pregnant), which basically involves contracting and relaxing the muscles, as if you were trying to stop the flow of urine. In fact, says Cholhan, it's a good idea to try stopping your urine stream the next time you're in the bathroom so you become familiar with the PC muscles. (Many women mistakenly squeeze their buttocks or anal muscles instead.)
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