GREAT SEX FOR HARD TIMES HAS YOUR BACK

It doesn’t have to be strenuous to be good. It doesn’t have to be hard to be good. In fact if it’s easy, then it’s even better! I’m taking about working out – in the bedroom. Great sex shouldn’t break the bank or the back. I just read a great article in the January 18th issue of Maclean’s Magazine that supports my theory based on good research. The article discusses the research of a professor at the University of Waterloo (Canada) named Stuart McHill. He studies spine biomechanics and says that exercises and activities, such as sit-ups or golf, are horrible for the back because they flex the spine which will damage it sooner. I suspect that some of the historical and exotic Kama Sutra sex positions would also fall under that category though I don’t think he’s included those in his research. Engaging in fantastical sex positions can not only make you feel inadequate or inept, but research supports that it can be harmful to your spine! If you are already a yoga master and can twist and bend with great delight, then by all means, go for it. For the rest of us however, it makes good sense to keep the sex positions simple. So how do we keep them sexy and fun?

In my book, Great Sex for Hard Times, there is an entire chapter devoted to sex positions. Now these aren’t just any positions, of course. They are fun, simple and offer you many ways to add spice back into the bedroom. They’re all ‘coded’ with letters so you know which ones will be best for you and your situation. For example, you may be with a man who is very well endowed. If so, you’ll likely want to try the Huddled Rear Entry, the Shower Steam or the Backstroke position. If he has a little less than usual go for the positions that allow deeper penetration such as Modified Missionary, Furniture Lover or Lovers wrap. Perhaps you want an angle that promises extra intimacy so you can look into each others’ eyes. Spooning, Mutual Masturbation or the Split are perfect for this. The wonderful thing about these positions, and in fact for everything in the entire book, is that they are easy to do. A few of them may be a bit more challenging for your partner, but I promise they are well worth it for him, if only to see the ecstasy on your face as you ride the waves of, um, pleasure. I even offer grades for the fun factor (from fun to super-fantastic).

Plus there are seven bonus positions for aiming directly at the ever-so-popular G-Spot in the G-Spot chapter. If you’ve been watching the news lately you may have heard of the controversial new study by British scientists claiming the G-Spot does not exist. I challenge you to try a few of the positions and let me know if they don’t do something new and astonishing for you!

So easy does it in the bedroom. Take care of your body and it will reward you with many, many years of exquisite pleasure. Let the sweating you do during lovemaking (which will clean out your pores and leave your skin glowing!) be from heavy breathing, multiple orgasms, and an elevated inner core temperature due to lustful feelings and not exertion from awkward sex positions. Enjoy Great Sex for Hard Times and engage in simple, sexy and sassy sex positions and not only will your back thank you, your partner will too!

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. I am no athlete or yoga master, but I know that sex can be a great workout, one that you don’t have to hate and dread every second of, (unlike the treadmill), and it doesn’t often rain or snow in my bedroom. One of best ways to be physical in the winter without having to suffer the elements.

  2. Do you recommend any stretching or other conditioning to help with even low impact lovemaking?

  3. Hi Anne

    Loved your comments and yes there are a few things you can do physically to make sex a smoother and more fun experience. You can do Kegel exercises to strengthen and tone your pelvic floor muscles (which will also improve your orgasms!). A great way to remember to do these exercises is to practice with Ben Wa Balls. I have a post on my blog about using Ben Wa Balls http://lionessforlovers.wordpress.com/2008/07/10/what-the-heck-are-ben-wa-balls/ which is different than using ‘smart balls’ or other similar balls. For more info go to http://lionessforlovers.wordpress.com/2008/12/09/ben-wa-balls-vs-smart-balls/
    Another good thing to remember is to warm your body up first before you do any stretching and naked stretching is great foreplay. Any exercises that use your core muscles will help prevent injuries to your back. Bouncing on a trampoline is not only fun but will give you a cardio workout. And as always, any time you can do something fun at least 3 times a week to build up a sweat (sex included) you will be healthier! Hope that helps.
    Kim
    Kim

  4. Hi Anne
    Loved your comments and yes there are a few things you can do physically to make sex a smoother and more fun experience. You can do Kegel exercises to strengthen and tone your pelvic floor muscles (which will also improve your orgasms!). A great way to remember to do these exercises is to practice with Ben Wa Balls. I have a post on my blog about using Ben Wa Balls http://lionessforlovers.wordpress.com/2008/07/10/what-the-heck-are-ben-wa-balls/ which is different than using ’smart balls’ or other similar balls. For more info go to http://lionessforlovers.wordpress.com/2008/12/09/ben-wa-balls-vs-smart-balls/
    Another good thing to remember is to warm your body up first before you do any stretching and naked stretching is great foreplay. Any exercises that use your core muscles will help prevent injuries to your back. Bouncing on a trampoline is not only fun but will give you a cardio workout. And as always, any time you can do something fun at least 3 times a week to build up a sweat (sex included) you will be healthier! Hope that helps.

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