About a week ago, I was sitting in my doctor’s office for my annual check-up. You know, the usual poking of needles and rubber-gloved fingers checking for lumps, bumps, and nodules.
I figured now would be a good time to ask my doctor the question I have no desire to ask my trainer, what can I do to be better in bed? Actually, what exercises should I be doing to make me better in bed.
Since my doc is pretty out of shape, he told me to ask my trainer. So much for avoiding embarrassment.
Here is a list of exercises you should be doing to pump up your performance in bed. Fair warning: some of these are really weird and will put you in a very strange position. Literally.
Kegels. Most guys have never heard of these but most women have. Basically, kegels are the muscles that keep you from pissing your pants. Now that you know how to mimic this exercise, lay on the floor on your back so that your pelvic floor muscles are engaged. Kegels prevent premature ejaculations and erectile dysfunction. I could go into details about how to do them the right way, but I will just encourage you to watch a Youtube video for the best direction.
Planks. You are more-than-likely doing these already or know what they are, but just be sure you work up to holding them for up to 60 seconds. Keeping your body and back straight—keep your abs locked and loaded while in plank position.
Push-Ups. Your standard push-ups go a long way in strengthening your upper body which increases your stamina and strength both inside and outside of the bedroom.
Bridges. Another exercise you have likely seen women doing at the gym. Visually, it looks like you are practicing thrusts. Similar to kegels, you lay down flat on your back with your knees slightly bent and hip distance apart. Then, get to thrusting. Feel the burn in your hamstrings and glutes.
My trainer would highly recommend all of these exercises but I wouldn’t recommend doing the kegels or bridges in public or at the gym. Seriously, you will look like a perv.