Last Longer During Sex: The One Hour Orgasm

StudMen and women seem to be in different orgasmic time and space, let alone from Venus and Mars. What most couples would give, to last longer during sex, is a lot I’m sure. For couples to be able to meet each other with a mutual bang and ride out the wave for a one hour orgasm would be fantastic. No way, I hear you say, is there a one hour orgasm on this planet.

Actually, up to 11 hours of continuous orgasm has been scientifically documented in study subjects. There are many other verbal reports of 24 hours or more. You might be wondering where you can sign up for one of these marathon orgasmic monsters. Well, you start in your own bedroom. The secret to the one hour orgasm is to learn the skills to delay ejaculation in order to last longer during sex.

Most people think they know what an orgasm feels like, but most don’t even really know what one is. The moment of orgasm is usually associated with an intense and exhilarated burst of sexual pleasure, confined to the genitals, and is gone just as fast as it lasted. Not surprisingly, this is not the most satisfying experience for most couples, especially women, who usually need more time and stimulation.

The true beginning of an orgasm is when the genitals are feeling better than the rest of your body. If the pleasure continues the sensations will build until they get stronger. In normal, everyday sex that most of us are used to, the first person to have sensations build the highest the fastest, will be the first one to come. If the woman comes first, then the man will follow soon. If the man comes first…oh, well.

What most people consider a normal orgasm men have an average of 6 to 9 contractions lasting a second which is then followed by ejaculation. A woman has 9 to 12 contractions lasting the same amount of time as a man. The idea behind the one hour orgasm is to extend, enhance and multiply these contractions over a longer period of time.

The muscles that run from your pubic bone to the tail bone are the ultimate sex muscles in both men and women. Exercises to contract these muscles give men a greater ability to delay ejaculation and women better squeeze control. Ejaculatory control or holding back allows men and women to achieve repeated orgasms. Those mild contractions grow and build upon each other, many times over, each time ejaculation is delayed. Slow rhythmic breathing is used to suspend the moments of ecstasy.

Pulling the sexual arousal up from the genital area and breathing it throughout the body, make orgasms last longer during sex. For an hour or even all day, you and your woman can be hanging around the house vibrating with electrified sexual energy. Practicing for the one hour orgasm brings not only deep sexual gratification, but greater closeness with your lady, who is probably not going anywhere, anytime soon.

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