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Making love with your special someone is as much about the journey as it is the destination. According to the Kinsey Report, a groundbreaking study of human sexuality conducted by Dr. Alfred Kinsey, the average male reaches orgasm within two minutes during sexual intercourse. Unfortunately, it takes the average female between 10 and 20 minutes to achieve orgasm. This is probably why women prefer fourplay and all that comes before the climax more than the climax, where as many men–live for that finale.
So what do you do when he continues to take the freeway instead of the scenic route? These five tips to helping him lasting longer in bed, will ensure smooth sailing from start to finish and smiles of satisfaction from both parties.
Same as you would stretch before running a marathon, a pre-sex “warm up” can keep you strong between the sheets. In other words: there is nothing like a quick one-on-one between you and yourself to prep for the night ahead. This pre-game climax can help keep you (and his “boys below”) calm, cool, and in it for the long haul.
Why spend hours pumping iron at the gym when you can become a champion in bed? The kegal exercise is easy enough to be done on the toilet. In fact, that is exactly what is recommended. Next time you have to go, try stopping mid-stream, ceasing urine flow for 10 seconds, then release. Exercising these muscles everyday makes for a huge payoff in the bedroom. Master the kegal and master yours and his climax too!