Would you like to have a better sex life?
Who are we kidding… Of course you would!
There isn’t a person alive who doesn’t want to have better, stronger sex life (except Sting, of course, who claims to have it all figured out).
There’s a simple, but strange exercise you can use to achieve that very goal: Kegels.
Everyone has heard of them, but most people assume they’re just for pregnant women and improving bladder control.
In this article, you’ll learn the three exercises guaranteed to improve your sex life dramatically.
Exercise#1: The Manic Hold
Kegels strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. These are the muscles at the very bottom of your abdomen that run from your pubic bone to your spine. They support the uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum.
The first step in training these pelvic floor muscles is to properly locate them.
The easiest way to do this is while going to the bathroom. Begin urinating and then stop. Then, contract that same muscle for as long as you can. It should feel like you are pulling everything “up.”
That muscle that you feel is your pelvic floor. And if you can simulate that same action frequently (when you’re not in the restroom) then you’ve figured out how to do a Kegel.
[NOTE: Be sure that you aren’t contracting the surrounding muscles of your thighs, stomach and glutes. If you feel sore or tired in any of these body parts, you aren’t doing it correctly.]
You may only be able to hold the exercise for a couple of seconds initially. That’s ok. Most people have extremely weak pelvic floor muscles. Especially those ladies who have given birth before — unless of course, they did their Kegels!
From now on, every time you think of it, contract your pelvic floor muscles as if you were interrupting the flow of urine.Try to beat your previous record each time you do the exercise.
Exercise #2: The Flutter
Now that you know where your pelvic floor muscles are, it’s time to turn it up a notch. This time, instead of contracting your pelvic floor muscles for a length of time, you will contract and relax them as fast as you can.
Repeat this as rapidly as possible until you can’t do anymore. Each time you contract, or pull up, do it as hard as you can. Again, be sure that you’re using your pelvic floor muscles and not your thighs, stomach, or glutes.
Exercise #3: EPOC
The third exercise you can use to increase your love life has nothing to do with your pelvic floor or Kegels. It doesn’t involve locating hard-to-find muscles in your pelvic floor.
It doesn’t involve practicing 10 times a day. It doesn’t involve eating anything weird or taking a food supplement.
It doesn’t involve a pill, operation, or injection. It doesn’t involve any exotic sex toys.
That’s it. 6 minutes.
Can it really be that easy?
A radical fitness researcher from Toronto spent 15 years determining the fastest and easiest way for someone to improve their sex life.
His solution is a brand-new method called “EPOC.”
He’s been featured in Women’s Health, Men’s Health, GQ, Maxim, National Geographic and on BodyBuilding.com. He also has a Master’s degree in Exercise Science from McMaster’s University in Ontario.
Doing Kegels will do wonders for your sex life, but EPOC will take it to the next level.