Spark up your love life with these fun moves.
It's all too often that with a busy career, a budding family or even just trying to stay on top of the day's work, you're ready to sleep instead of being with your spouse. But it's a well known fact that people who exercise have better love lives than those who don't.
Here are five ways to drive your love life into racing gear instead of a downshift.
1. It's Not Just a Pole
Every guy will be excited to just think about his gal pal or spouse taking a Pole Dance class. And actually, it's an empowering and tough workout. Kerry Knee, owner of Flirty Girl Fitness, says "Pole Dancing is empowering. It is graceful and helps the women who take the classes at the studio or online feel more confident".
2. Know Thyself
Take a lesson in self awareness by taking a yoga or Pilates class. These classes focus on body movements incorporated with breathing techniques that help you connect with your body and inner confidence. Having a better understanding of this connection can relay a more intimate connection in the bedroom as well. Confidence works in the bedroom as noted therapists agree.
3. "The Belly Zone"
The navel is considered to be one of the attractive parts of the body and belly dancing not only accentuates this but also helps tone the entire body. Try belly dancing for your fitness regiment to learn moves that you'll want to practice in the bedeau.
4. Foods to Get You in the Mood
Believe it or not peaches, apricots and raspberries are foods that are thought to resemble a woman's nipple... which make them great food ideas to serve up to your man. While men might prefer eating watching their significant other eating these exotic fruits as a visual stimulation, eating chocolate or drinking red wine and champagne have benefits as well. Chocolate and champagne contain feel-good chemicals like phynylethylamine which boost seratonin levels in the brain.This can lead to feelings of euphoria and occurs in higher concentrations when you’re in love.
5. Read All About It
Picking up a romantic, steamy novel can be just the trick to help you boost your mood. Hence, "Shades of Grey" was flying off the shelves and on to the nightstands of so many women this past year. Another trick to try is writing your own story or love letter. Forget sending pictures, write out how you look or feel to your mate when you're in the mood... He may come home with more than flower!
Remember exercise, a healthy diet and plenty of sleep will keep your body ready for intimacy, but the mind is what sparks the mood and your love life.
For more tips to boost your love life, check out Andrea Metcalf.