Practice These Five Exercises for Better Sex

Sex is not a spectator sport. You need stamina, technique and strength to put those feel-good bedroom positions into play. You need some essential assets, but you find it hard to get to the gym, and you’re feeling a serious lack of motivation. What if we told you there are five simple exercises that can improve your sex life? What if we said you don’t even have to make the effort to walk in the gym door? You can practice these exercises at home to build your sexual skills. Then go wow your partner with the entire Kama Sutra.


This move strengthens your core, hamstrings and your glutes, and the hip thrusting may seem familiar.

What to Do

Lie on your back with your feet on the floor, bend your knees and spread them hip-width apart.

With your arms on the floor, slowly lift your bottom up from the mat until your back is completely off the ground and your weight is on the tops of your shoulders.

Placing a bar with weights across your hips in the gym will intensify the move.


Admitting that thrusting is an important sex skill? Go with this to practice the all-important move.

What to Do

Tie a resistance band around a strong and sturdy object such as a pole. Put the other half around your hips. Kneel and sit back on your heels. Slowly kneel upwards until you’re in a strong kneeling position. Tense your buttocks at the top will help work your bottom. Go slow and steady to really feel the burn.


Do you and your partner have some unique positions in mind? You’ll probably need toned thighs and butt, so check out the Fire Hydrant. These may seem like the oddest-looking exercise, but we are talking unique, aren’t we?

What to Do

Get on your hands and knees with your wrists underneath your shoulders and your knees directly underneath your hips.

Squeeze your butt and tense your stomach while lifting one leg straight out to the side and upwards towards the ceiling. Gradually release and return to your starting position. Switch to the opposite leg and repeat the maneuver.


This move works on your core and is an advanced version of the plank. The Inchworm pumps your glutes while strengthening your shoulders and lower back.

What to Do

Bend down from a standing position, and gradually walk out into a plank position using your hands to take your weight. Hold this position for a couple of seconds, and then walk yourself back up to a standing position.


If you like sit-ups for earning a stronger core, you’ll love these sit-ups on steroids. Keeping your tummy tensed and your balance strong will make sure you really work this move.

What to Do

Sit on the floor with your legs straight in front of you and spread into a V shape. As you lean back slowly, lift your legs up to a 45-degree angle so that your body recreates a V shape.

Read More: The Five Exercises That Will Boost Your Sex Life


Linda Parham

Linda Parham is a journalist and writer who enjoys creating entertaining blogs. She started out as a newspaper reporter before moving on to editing magazines and newsletters. Linda specializes in writing about beauty, health, fitness, business and politics.

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