We all want longer lasting, more satisfying, and pleasurable sex, but how do we get there? Did you know that there are exercises that can help? To improve your sex life, you need to know how to tilt your pelvis. Sure, pelvic tilts can help you strengthen your back, engage your core, and contract your glutes, but they can also be used in the bedroom for optimal pleasure. Did we get your attention? Good! Continue reading to learn more about the best exercises for better, more pleasurable sex.
If you are looking for a safe and effective way to have better sex, pelvic tilts are the answer. This exercise has numerous benefits for your body and can help you last longer during sex, pleasure your partner(s) better, and improve your overall body mechanics leading to better quality of life. Seriously, you should be pelvic titling.
What Role Do Pelvic Tilts Play During Sex?
Pelvic tilts play a huge role in the bedroom. Learning how to properly execute pelvic tilts helps you and your partner (or partners – we don’t judge) have more pleasurable sex. Pelvic tilts help build strength in your glutes and legs, so you can have sex for a longer duration of time. Without proper pelvis alignment and strength, you run the risk of throwing your back out or injuring yourself during sexy time.
Learning how to properly tilt your pelvis also gives your partner more pleasure as it provides you with more range of motion to stimulate their favorite spot. Additionally, if you have a slight anterior or posterior pelvic tilt, incorporating pelvic tilt exercises standing or on your back can help you fix your imbalance, thus improving your body mechanics during sex.
Learning how to fully flex your low body will help you explore more depth with your partner. And learning how to extend your bow body allows for full range of motion during sex.
How to Do a Pelvic Tilt
Here is how to do a pelvic tilt so you can incorporate it into your sex life:
Step 1: Lie down on the floor with your knees bent and your feet on the ground.
Step 2: Rest yours arms next to your sides.
Step 3: Lift your hips up towards the ceiling and squeeze your glute muscles at the top.
Step 4: Release and come back down to the floor.
Kegels: The Exercise to Improve Your Sex Life
Have you ever heard of the Kegel? Kegeling helps improve your pelvic floor, supporting your sex organs. Your pelvic floor contains muscle fibers and connective tissue that create a dome-shaped hammock separating your pelvic cavity from your perineum. This area of your body stretches from your pubic bone to your tailbone and from one sitting bone to the other and support your bladder, bowel movements, and sexual function.
To strengthen your pelvic floor and improve the quality of your sex life, try a Kegel.
What Are the Benefits of Kegels?
Kegels can help strengthen your pelvic floor, help you last longer in the bedroom, and make sex more pleasurable. Here are some additional benefits of a consistent Kegel practice:
- Improves your ability to reach an orgasm
- Increases blood circulation in your genitals
- Increases pleasure during sex for both partners
- Helps boost sexual stamina
- Improves your sexual confidence
How to Do a Kegel
To properly do a Kegel you want to make sure you are relaxed. Once you take a couple breaths, go through these steps:
Step 1: Take a breath in through your nose and fill your abdomen up with air. Relax your pelvic floor muscles.
Step 2: Breathe out and contract your pelvic floor muscles. Think about lifting your pelvic floor up (imagine you are taking a sip of water out of a straw).
Step 3: Release the contraction.
Do you want more tips on how to have better sex? Check out the MoveU Pelvic Floor Program to learn more.