Discover The Scientifically Proven Bedroom Performance Secret For Significantly More Stamina (Naturally)…
Want to go for a walk?
It might seem like an innocent question.
But actually, if we go for a walk together, I’m not just going to be staring at the sunset.
I’m going to be able to take the opportunity to get a pretty good sense of how you are in bed.
No, not because I’ll be sneaking glances at your package through your pants (size doesn’t tell me anything about performance).
I’ll be looking at your stride.
Not just because I’m a weirdo who is totally fascinated by bodies (though it’s true, I am.)
But there’s a much better reason: research shows that there is a connection between the size of your stride and your erection!
Your walking technique and your ability to get up and stay up are related! (Isn’t it amazing the research being done these days?).
But how can this be?
Do Longer Strides Mean Longer Staying Power in The Bedroom? Surprising New Research Has The Answer…
It has to do with the musculature of your pelvic floor.
Researchers at Hirosaki University recorded the gait of 324 men to find out about this.
As soon as I found out that more than 300 men were involved in the research, I had a good feeling that the results were going to be accurate.
If you don’t know already, I love a good big “n.”
That’s the nerdy statistics term for population size. The bigger the n, the more accurate the results.
Anyway, they measured the size of the participant’s steps. All was well.
Then they evaluated the mens’ erections–considering both the ability to get up and stay up.
That’s when they found the link.
Men with smaller strides were 40% more likely to have issues getting and maintaining an erection. These results were published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
I was reading the study and thinking, “This makes sense.”
If you watch male sex icons walk, you’ll see they are definitely not shuffling.
There’s a big stride as if every step forward is an expression of sexual confidence. Maybe they already knew about this before the science came out…
But you know me, I’m not just going to give you a tidbit of interesting news and wave goodbye.
I always like to follow up these findings with some recommendations.
If you’re not satisfied with your performance, you might now be thinking the solution is to simply take bigger steps when walking.
Sorry pal, this won’t cut it, and would ultimately be a waste of time (and you’ll probably look awkward if you’re trying to take steps that your muscles aren’t ready for)..
You want to address the issue at its source: the pelvic floor. This will be a much better use of your time.
How To Use This Science To Last Longer (Without Changing The Way You Walk)…
Fortunately, strengthening the pelvic floor is 100% something you can do, and you don’t have to go to the gym or buy a special product to do it.
You can literally do kegels with no equipment at any time without anyone even knowing.
If you haven’t heard of kegels, I’m delighted to be the one to tell you: squeeze your pelvic muscles and release.
There, that’s a kegel. It’s easier than a bicep curl, but it’s the ultimate bench press for your d!ck.
Doing three sets of ten reps of these days twice a day is a great start. You can also try doing them every time you’re at a stop light.
Women can do kegels too.
If you have a partner (or a fun housemate like in my case), you can start a game where you do 10 every time something *interesting* happens.
This can become a hilarious inside joke. My housemate and I would secretly do 10 kegels every time our neighbor complained about the state of our yard to us.
I won’t get too deep into it but let’s just say we have a really crabby neighbor and my housemate and I now have insanely buff pelvic floors.
And in our defense I think the yard looks fine (why should leaves be raked?
They’ll just blow away or return to the soil). We have both received compliments from our current partners about our performance, so, I’m going to say that overall this has been a fabulous experience.
It Doesn't End There…
And with all this considered, I will caution you not to assume that you know exactly how anyone’s performance is by watching them walk.
You need to consider stride size relative to the person’s height.
Also, some people simply have unique walking habits that are unrelated to muscle strength.
So we can’t be sure, but we can venture a guess.
Even if you think your performance is good, for most guys, there's always room for improvement.
And fortunately, taking longer strides and kegels are just a couple of ways to increase your lasting power, and give women more pleasure in the bedroom.
Here's another one of my personal favorites ;-):
One Other “Peak Performance Predictor” In the Bedroom…
… has to do with your diet.
Each one of them is scientifically proven to boost blood flow throughout your body…
Which not only makes it easier to get blood flowing “down there”… and get really, really hard…
… but it also helps deliver hormones and other essential “building blocks” throughout your body. 
So your body is better able to use the testosterone it makes… which means more stamina… a higher libido… and a natural ability to satisfy the woman (or women) you’re with sexually…
And while I will admit that each of these 5 plants is pretty exotic…
… if you can eat enough of them (in addition to whatever your usual diet is)… I think you’ll be very happy with the results in the bedroom ;-):
P.S. I had no idea that this common hot drink can make you stiffer than petrified wood… did you?