Just type your primary email address
to watch my FREE Sensual Video.

Primary Email:  

Fingering Techniques – Flex Your Fingers

Flexibility is about the range of motion in your joints, how far you can bend, or flex, in a particular direction. The flexibility of your fingers, wrists and arms is incredibly important if you want to be able to move like a pro from one move to the next.

Pull Your Finger
This move stretches the muscles and tendons that maneuver your digits, which helps extend the range of motion in your fingers. Take it easy, as it can hurt if overdone. Hold your right hand out in front of your body, palm facing outward. Rest the thumb of your left hand on the lowest knuckle of your right thumb where it joins your palm. Using the fingers on your left hand, gently bend back your right thumb toward your body. Do the same with each finger, and then switch hands.

Around the Bend
Next, using the palm of your left hand press your right thumb in toward your wrist. Do the same with your four right fingers, all together. Switch hands again. This move is designed to stretch the wrist, but more than any other is likely to make your knuckles crack as well. There is no need to be concerned, unless you experience any pain. Be gentle and kind to your hands; there is so much they can do!

At Arm's Length
It may sound a bit strange on first reading, but stay with me here: Get down on all fours. Do I still have your attention? Okay. You will notice that your fingertips naturally point away from your body. In order to stretch the arms, slowly turn your fingers on your right hand outward and around to face your feet, so your wrist is now pointing away from your body.

In this position, slowly lower your butt down toward the floor so you are sitting on your feet. Feel the stretch throughout your forearm. Get back up on all fours and switch arms, stretching out your left side, and then do the exercise once more, trying to stretch both arms at once. Don't push yourself too far. You'll notice with time and practice that you develop a much better range of motion. Keep up the hard work and your wife will notice the difference too!

Be a Strong Man

Strength isn't just about brute force, but endurance, which is important when it can take a woman up to 20 minutes to have an orgasm from oral or manual stimulation. You want to be capable of doing a few different moves, but you also need to be able to sustain a single movement for at least a couple minutes at a time if you want to get her off.

Squeeze Your Balls
This little exercise works best with a tennis or rubber ball, or even a simple stress ball. The best thing about so many of these exercises is that you can do them just about anywhere - at work, in the car, with the kids - and no one is the wiser that you are prepping to be a better lover!

With this little ditty you can both stretch and strengthen your entire hand and forearm. Place the ball on a table or your thigh with your palm resting on top, fingers out straight. First, stretch your fingers out and away from the ball as far as possible, raising them up and away from your leg without removing your palm from the ball.

After a thorough stretch, curl your fingers around the ball and squeeze as hard as you can for just a few seconds. Let go and relax, letting your fingers curl naturally around the ball for a few seconds. Repeat at least ten times and then switch to the other hand.

Go For a Walk
Have you ever had the opportunity to play with a child, and made your fingers do that silly little walk? This make-believe game can actually be great exercise for your two most active fingering digits!

Pretend that your index and middle fingers are legs and "walk" them around when you're going up stairs, walking on the treadmill or sitting at your desk. Your hands don't even have to actually move - pretend that your upper thigh is a little treadmill for your fingers, and let them go for a stroll for a few minutes here and there. Don't forget to work out both hands for a well rounded exercise routine.

Wring the Bell
Any piece of sturdy fabric will work as your prop for this exercise, so a thick towel or other non-stretchy item is perfect. Hold the item out in front of you and grip it like handlebars, then wring it one way, holding for five seconds, the wringing in the opposite direction. Repeat up to ten times.

Doggy Style
The Downward Facing Dog is a classic yoga move designed to increase upper body strength while stretching the whole body and relaxing the shoulders and back. Go slowly and only as far as you can with this exercise. You may not be able to do it the first time.

Begin by standing with your feet a few inches apart, no wider than your shoulders. Slowly raise your hands over your head as you bend at the hips, attempting to touch your hands to the floor. If you cannot touch the floor, rest the palms of your hands on your shins. Raise your chin and look up, stretching the chest and arms.

Slowly lower your hands to the floor, two to three feet in front of your toes, bending your legs as little as possible. When your hands touch the floor, your legs and arms should be straight, still bending at the hips into an inverted V shape. Put your weight into your hands, spreading out your fingers and relaxing your body into this position.

Hold this pose for ten seconds, breathing slowly. End the move by walking your hands slowly back to your feet and raising your upper body from the hips, hands lowering from over your head as you stand erect. Repeat up to five times, if you can.

Learn Some New Tricks

The fingers of the hand are interconnected in certain ways, which can make isolating movement to a single digit quite difficult. Practicing this skill will make it much easier for you to manipulate more than one of her erogenous zones at a time, so here are a few techniques for learning a little extra manual dexterity.

One At a Time
Start this exercise by placing one hand flat on a table in front of you. Paying very close attention, focus on lifting only one finger at a time, keeping the others flat on the surface of the table. You will find that it is easier with some fingers than others, but practice will help you improve.

If you want to make it trickier, try to move both of your hands at once, raising different fingers on each hand at the same time, or raising a finger on one side while you lower on the other. After raising and lowering, try holding your hands out in front of you and bending one finger at a time in toward your palm, trying to keep all the others as straight as possible. Be sure to exercise both hands.

Slight of Hand
You've seen someone showing off their fancy fingers before with this little coin trick, even if just on TV, but what if I told you that there was a point to learning it, besides impressing people at parties? Start out using the palm of your hand, passing a coin from the pad of your index finger, to the pad of your middle finger, then to your ring finger, to your pinkie and then all the way back again to your pointer.

This kind of subtle manipulation gives you great practice at small movements with big results! When you have mastered the palm-up version of this - and it may take some time - move on to the oh-so-impressive knuckle coin flip instead for an even bigger challenge.

Oh, What A Feeling!

Sensation is perhaps the most important factor to the magic of your hands. With such super sensitivity, you are capable of discerning even the slightest change in temperature or texture, the smallest movement. Cultivating this sensitivity is an important part of being a conscientious lover; learning how to respond to her body's conscious and unconscious clues.

     

Just type your primary email address
to watch my FREE Sensual Video.

Primary Email: