Willspace Personal Training Studio in Latina Magazine: 50 Ways To Add Sazon To Your Sex Life

50 Ways to Add Sazon to Your Sex Life

Hit the Gym

“When you feel good about yourself and your body, you can give to a relationship in a different way,” says Puerto Rican NYC personal trainer Will Torres. Here, he provides three sex-workouts.


Pound the pavement.

“Running for at least 30 minutes releases endorphins, which puts you in a good mood. You’ll feel more energetic and playful.’


Jump rope.

“Repeating that up-and-down motion for 5 to 10 minutes improves circulation and increases blood flow to your privates, leading to more powerful orgasm.”


Become a drill sergeant.

“Do 10 push-ups, 20 sit-ups and 30 squats, with little rest between 3 sets. It helps your endurance so you can keep the passion going for more than a minute.


Play Dress-Up

“Costumes and props are wonderful ways to make sex spicier,” says clinical sexologist Dr. Charley Ferrer. “For example, if you’re going to play nurse, think of the possibilities. You’ll need to listen to his heartbeat. Have him strip down for an exam. Let your imagination take it from there.”


Go Public

Sometimes things heat up before you’re able to get behind closed doors, and the danger of being caught is a powerful turn-on. This could certainly explain why, according to Trojan’s 2012 Sex Life Survey, 32 percent of Americans have had sex outside!


Turn Up the Volume

Puerto Rican pop duo Domino Saints - aka real life couple Giselle “Gigi” Ojeda and David Leal- release their debut album, Malas Manas, on Feb. 5, so who better to share their top baby-making tracks? “Burbujas de Amor: by Juan Luis Guerra. “A couple glasses of wine and this song blasting on the iPod will definitely seal the deal.” “Careless Whisper” by George Michael. “If there is any song in the world that will make panties drop it’s this.” “Mad love” by Robi Draco Rosa. “You have to get lost when you get freaky, and this song does the trick every time.” “Turn Your LIght Down Low” by Bob Marley. “There’s something so sexy about reggae. This son gets right to the point and touches your heart.” “Rakata” by Wisin y Yandel, “Some people like to take it slow, others need some rakata to get down.”

By Grace Bastidas and Celia San Miguel