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Working Out With a Partner

10 Oct, 2012 By: Angelique Flores

It’s no secret that physical activity in the bedroom is good for you. According to doctors, sex burns calories, can lower stress and blood pressure, and boost immunity among other health benefits.

The recently released “Lovers’ Guide” DVDs from True Mind are great tools to help maximize the benefits of sex for better physical satisfaction and deeper more intimate relationship between a couple. And who doesn’t want to be in a satisfying, healthy relationship?

The immense amount of information on these educational DVDs should be able to offer something new to even the most experienced lover. They feature information, advice, anecdotes and narrated demonstrations. These videos feature a near nonstop flow of visual demonstrations, so if you can’t deal with naked people, this is not for you. However, because the content is so detailed, it offers a wealth of information and explanations better than any lecture, diagram in a book or picture online. It also gets to the point, without any boring or overly complicated scientific details that might lose you along the way.

The Lovers’ Guide: Original Collection ($49.98) includes five discs: Lovers Guide, Making Sex Even Better, Better Orgasms for Women, Better Orgasms for Men and The Essential Lovers’ Guide. In this set, the stress is on healthy sex in a healthy relationship, focusing on strengthening relationships both in and out of the bedroom.

The Lovers’ Guide: The Essential Collection ($49.98) also has five discs that cover the topics of Secrets of Sensational Sex, What Women Really Want, Sex Play, Sexual Positions and Satisfaction Guaranteed.

The Lovers’ Guide: Sex Positions ($14.98) is the same disc that’s included in the Essential Collection. It’s just what you would expect from its title, plus an interview with the “Lovers’ Guide” creator Rob Page, who directed and produced the programs. This is a great disc to pull out, a single title for anyone who doesn’t want to invest in one of the bigger sets but still wants to enhance their sex life.

Some of these programs date back to the 1990s, but the content hasn’t lost its relevance. They were shot in an educational, responsible manner. That’s not to say they’re clinical or inaccessible or anything you might have seen in sex ed classes. If anything, they would be great to watch with your partner. So if you can watch these DVDs with an open mind and a desire to learn and be close to your partner, you should get something out of them.

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