Must-Read: How To Last Longer in Bed
Sex tips! Sex tips! Sex tips! We’ve mentioned a whole lot of them around these parts before, and it makes sense why. We’re always trying to be just a little better in the bedroom — specially, you know, having sex with the ladies in the bedroom — because it will help us get more sex. And, frankly, if you’re on this website than chances are you want to get a whole heaping helping of sex. But one of the sex tips that we’ve neglected to tell everyone through the years of offering tips at the site is just how to do the nearly impossible task of “LASTING LONGER IN BED!” By which we mean, making sure to not finish a bit too quickly, before she gets to that ultimate climactic moment.
Which is why we’re heading to Men’s Fitness where they have a large section of advice devoted completely to knowing how to last longer in the ol’ bedroom.
1. Study the Kama Sutra.
“There is a technique mentioned in the Kama Sutra for delaying ejaculations that basically comes down to training yourself to last longer,” says Harper. She instructs men to start slowly—with no more than one “in/out” stroke every three seconds. “He should then build more strokes slowly over the course of 4 or 5 minutes, until he is moving one stroke per second.” If the man starts to feel like he is going to come, he should stop and “hold himself inside his partner until he feels in control again. Then he begins the whole process again.”
2. Get Out of Your Head.
“Performance anxiety is the number one killer of sustaining an erection,” says sex coach Dr. Patti Britton, a board-certified Clinical Sexologist. “Shift your thinking to a more confident inner voice, as opposed to a worried voice.” Britton explains that a “self-debilitating mindset” is what shuts guys down. “When you begin to feel anxiety, the strategy is to stop, take a breath, and then focus on how things feel in the body. Stay out of your head and get into your body—focus on the feelings that your body is producing for you.”
So head on over to the link and check out the rest of the tips to make you a long-lasting-gobstopper in the ol’ bedroom.
About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.