Exercises that can improve your sex life


Love the energetic game? So does your libido. Football boosts testosterone levels, which in turn gives your sex drive a boost.

How to do this:

  • We don’t need to tell you how to play football, but we do have one tip for you — Try and play in front of your home crowd.


For women

Pelvic floor muscles: May sound creepy, but pelvic floor exercises are worth performing. Implementing pelvic floor exercises regularly will make you more sensitive and can give you stronger orgasms. Plus the fact that you can do them anywhere – at your desk, on the bus, in the shower.

How to do this:

  • Imagine you are urinating and then try to stop the flow.
  • Repeat this hold, squeeze, and release cycle 10 times.
  • Try to hold each for 10 seconds.


Bow bend

Getting more flexible will enable you to do more positions and allow for deeper penetration, which will make sex better for both you and your man.

How to do this:

  • Lie on your stomach and take your heels as close to your butt as you can.
  • Then take your hands behind and hold your ankles.
  • Keep your knees hip-width apart.



Somewhere between work pressure, family responsibilities and personal goals, stress levels have overtaken our lives completely. If you are stressed, the last thing you want is sex. Doing cardio-based activities will pump you with endorphins and improve your mood. In turn this will make you want it more and will give your sex drive a boost.

How to do this:

  • Wear a sports bra, aim for about 70 to 80 skips a minute at first.
  • To tone your abs, perform a running skip by bringing your knees up in a high march as you jump, alternating each leg between skips.


Upavistha Konasana

If you want orgasm more, then you should try and increase the blood flow to the pelvis with this fabulous yoga move.

How to do this:

  • Sit on the floor with your legs wide.
  • Keep your toes and knees pointing straight up.
  • Lean your upper body forward as far as it goes, comfortably.
  • Hold the position for 10 deep breaths.


The plank

Fact is most women hate crazy positions because for most of us, our bodies jiggle and wiggle involuntarily. The plank, though, helps tone up these wobbly areas and makes you more confident in trying new things in bed.

How to do this:

  • Lie face down, push up and hold your body off the ground using your toes and forearms for support.
  • Keep your back straight. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds and perform this daily.

You may not be able to try all these, but some of them can give you a great sex life.