We’ve all had a few dynamo hotties in our life that blew our socks off in bed. These are the girls that yank you back under the sheets when you think there’s nothing left you can do and teach you 10 new positions. How can you get a girl like that, you might be wondering. Well, you might not be able to snag a pop star worth millions, but we can definitely help you out when it comes to finding a girl that’s a little bit like sexual crack cocaine.
If she’s good on the track, she’ll be good in bed. Not only is she going to look good if she works out regularly (awesome), but she’s going to be able to perform longer, and more acrobatically with more muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance. Increased circulation is both a consequence of fitness and a pathway to arousal, also.
Something that’s interesting, though, is that what’s more important than actually being in shape is that a girl think she’s in shape. This is obviously good news for anybody who likes a little junk in the trunk. Self-perception is a key to sexual quality – if she thinks she’s sexy, she’ll want to have some crazy-awesome sex. But don’t take our word for it. Researchers at the University of Arkansas say:
The study suggests it may have something to do with self-perception. Women who exercise four our five days a week, for example, were far less likely to rate themselves as physically attractive as those who worked out more or less.
What is clear, however, is those who think they’re in poor physical shape also think they’re not sexually attractive.
Some 60 percent of the males and 30 percent of the females who reported themselves as below average in fitness rated their sexual attractiveness as at least above average.
She talks like you
Sex (for the most part), is about non-verbal communication. The act itself is a form of nonverbal communication. And while there is certainly room for all sorts of exclamations, questions, requests, and interrobangs during the act, the most important information is not communicated with your tongue (unless it is). That said, you want to mesh well with your partner on a non-verbal level, and if you and her match on a verbal level – she talks like you – you’re more likely to match cadences and emphasis on a dirty, dirty non-verbal level.
In addition, the contribution of foreplay can’t be ignored. While oral chemistry is definitely indicative of future, physical chemistry, it can also directly contribute to it. While some studies suggest that the duration of foreplay doesn’t matter, it doesn’t discount its importance overall.
She doesn’t have ADD
One-third of the women (34%) said that they were more likely to have an orgasm with a longer than average penis [14.5 centimetres/5.7 inches], but nearly two-thirds said that they had no preference,” continuing, ‘Even more important, was the ability to mentally focus on vaginal sensations. The researchers suggest that this ability may itself be "due in part to having been guided to do so by sexual education.’As a result, they argue that "it is incumbent upon sex education, sexual medicine, and wider social policy to be supportive of women’s sexual health, which includes being supportive of vaginal orgasm."
So if you’re packing and she can focus on it, you’re all set. But, remember, 2/3 of the women polled said they had no preference. So, it’s not so much your size that matters, but the size of her attention span.
She’s close to 30
One of our ski coaches put it well (though anecdotally), once, when it came to older women: “They know exactly what they want, and there’s none of that high school bullsh*t.” Well said. Additionally, women hit their sexual peak around their 30s. This is somewhat speculative, but it appears to be a result of both hormonal and societal influences, both subtley suggesting that it’s okay, even beneficial, to engage in and enjoy sex. So, not only are more experienced women more direct with their desires, but they’re hormonally predisposed to desire, well, you. So you’ll know right away if they’re interested, and the odds are, they will be.
Watch her walk
This is crazy. Researchers in West Scotland who call themselves “qualified sexologists” were able to distinguish between women able to achieve orgasm during intercourse, and those that were unable to, simply by watching them walk! 4/5 times, they were able to choose the girls that could do it. After analyzing the lucky ladies’ gait, they found that “vaginally orgasmic women have greater sum of step length and vertebral rotation.”
What’s that mean? It means women that are freaks between the sheets take longer steps and rotate their spine (and, hence, hips) more when walking. The researchers theorize this could be indicative of a “free, unblocked energetic flow” in the naughty areas associated with orgasm. That seems like hippy nonsense to us, but they do acknowledge that it a woman’s walk and her ability to orgasm could both stem from her self confidence. Which, of course, seems more likely.