The joys of being ridden

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I suppose that quite a lot of you, gentelmen,  just like to enjoy the position of a (reverse) cowgirl, be lazy and let her do all the work for a change… After all you do it all in most of the other positions when you are on the top… So enjoying the nice view and the sensations when she bobs up and down on your lap is what you’d rather do instead of meeting her motion and thrusting from downwards…  And there’s this teeny weeny thing that this movement is so tiring… you get cramps, your muscles start to hurt… No… it’s much better just to lie still and let her be active.

Well, gentlemen, when you move and cooperate in this position it’s much more pleasant for us… It also means we may be willing to do it much more often…

Here’s a tip for you then, how to strengthen the muscles that are responsible for this movement.

The exercise that you need to do is called a glut bridge. Your ass will sure benefit from it, giving you a bigger thrust power.  To perform this exercise, lie on your back with your knees bent and feet placed flat on the floor. You are basically going to hump the air, just in a much more controlled manner. Once you are in the ready position, imagine … (insert a name) is on top of you, press through your heels, contract your gluts and drive your hips up. Squeeze your ass like you are trying to crack a walnut between your cheeks and then lower yourself back to the ground under control.

Aim for 3 sets of 15-20 reps three times/week. Once that’s too easy, add a 5 second hold at the top of each rep. When that’s no longer challenging you can add some weight so you start breaking bed frames.


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