Try out a yoga class. According to a study by the University of British Columbia, male and female partners who actively take yoga classes and embrace the Zen lifestyle have more satisfying sex lives.
Not only will the downward-facing dog be a lusty addition to the romp, but poses like it induce a sense of mindfulness and concentration. This contentiousness or centered state of mind will help increase your chances of climaxing.
Doing yoga will help you relax and give you the ability to be harmonious and able to concentrate on simply making whoopee, instead of worrying about other menacing facets of life. Even changing the pattern of your breathing during intercourse to a more Zen-esque notion can bring big change. Try taking deep, fast and even forceful breaths through your nose during foreplay to accentuate a breath of desire you have not witnessed yet. If your partner is not too concerned with it sounding like you are mutually hyperventilating, incorporate their breathing for a tantric climax together. This is the first building block to incorporating Kama Sutra type practices into your romps.
To increase your flexibility, try sitting down on the floor with your feet together. Press your hands on your ankles and allow your knees to relax to the floor while you lean forward. This will open, stretch and strengthen your pelvic muscles for a wider range motion and control during positions such as missionary.
Simple exercises such as this will allow you and your partner to breathe, sweat and move together in tandem bliss. Embrace this mutual exploration. Sexual satisfaction comes from trying new things and inciting new desire.
The Rec Center offers yoga classes 16 times a week at various times throughout the day for men and women. The classes last for 50 minutes and often include poses such as the Fab Five. Traditionally, Fab Five uses Pilates poses to help build lean muscle, stamina, flexibility and greater toning of the muscles.