Forget role play - these 4 pelvic floor exercises will transform your sexual prowess, experts say

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Valentine’s day is billed as the most romantic day of the year.

And many people are looking for ways to spice things up in the bedroom.

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Though it may seem simple, working out the pelvic floor muscles could be the best way to bring some extra spark into anyone’s sex life.

Speaking to Daily Mail Online, experts explain why pelvic floor muscles are essential for great sex, and ways people can exercise them.

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How do pelvic muscles impact sex?

The pelvic floor muscles act as a 'trampoline,' stretching from the tailbone to the pubic bone, and spanning the width between the sitting bones.

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'They're the inner most important part of the body,' said personal trainer Michelle Weber of Integrated Fitness & Lifestyle Design from the Inside Out. 'Without that foundation we literally become undone, organs literally start to fall.'

In addition to acting like a 'floor' to the pelvis and supporting its organs — bladder, bowel and uterus in women, and bladder and bowel in men — they also play a huge role in penetrative sex.

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The sex organs lie right below or outside the pelvic floor muscles, while the other organs lie above it.

In women, the vaginal walls are layered with pelvic floor muscles, according to physiotherapist Amanda Savage, of South Cambridge Physiotherapy.

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Working out these muscles will not only tone and strengthen them, it will also improve blood supply and nerve activity, thus resulting in greater pleasure during sex.

In men, the perineum — a part of the pelvic floor located between the **** and the **** or **** — surrounds the **** and contains nerve endings that can produce sensations when stimulated.

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'This can also impact how erect a **** is and it's blood flow — whether it's a pumping sensation or a static sensation,' Weber said.

When people work of these muscles, they get...
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