Sexual Stamina: How to increase sexual power?

Anka Grzywacz - Sexologist And Certified Sex Coach

5 min read - July 12, 2023

Sexual Stamina: How to increase sexual power?

It’s every man’s dream – to last longer in bed and give your lover lasting pleasure. But let’s face it – who has the time to hit the gym daily? And taking pills to delay ejaculation is a bit much.


Some exercises and techniques can help to increase your sexual stamina in bed without pills. Plus, a unique, wearable device prolongs intercourse whenever the mood strikes.


What Is Sexual Stamina?

Sexual stamina is your ability to have sex, especially sexual intercourse, without breaks. Good levels of sexual stamina allow you to last longer, which, for many couples, translates into more satisfaction.

Sexual stamina in men depends on many things – from the ability to keep an erection and delay ejaculation, to your emotional state.

Sexual stamina changes throughout your lifetime. You won’t be able to last as long as you did when you were young. Your health will also affect your ability to delay ejaculation. Still, there are things you can do to increase sexual endurance.

How To Improve Sexual Stamina?

If you’ve been asking yourself how to get more sexual stamina in bed without pills, you’re not the only one. Thousands of men and couples before you have tried sexual techniques and health hacks to improve endurance in bed. Here are the most popular solutions. Don’t try to do everything at once. It’s better to pick one or two at a time and see what works for you.

Get Some Sleep

We’ve all heard of a beauty sleep but a sexy sleep? Apparently, this is a thing! Poor sleep quality can contribute to sexual problems. Good sleep hygiene boosts your physical and mental health – both necessary for optimal sexual performance.

Get Your Blood Flowing

 Finally, a good reason to listen to your doctor’s advice and start doing cardio workouts. 150 minutes of moderate physical activity per week helps you keep you healthy. Moreover, vigorous sex requires lots of energy. Regular fitness guarantees you won’t run out of battery before you and your partner are satisfied.

Build That Body

Lifting weights means better sex, but it’s not what you think. Sure, you’ll look great with six pack abs but what makes it worthwhile is the sexual stamina boost. You need strength to last in bed. Extra perk: you’ll finally be able to try those acrobatic positions from the Kamasutra.

Drink Less Alcohol

Wine me, dine me… You know what comes next. For many people, a glass of wine on a date is an apparent prelude to sex. But don't overdo it. Drinking too much will make you horny initially but will hurt sexual endurance in the long run. You risk premature ejaculation and erection problems. Not worth it.

Master Mindfulness

A great lover is like a martial arts master. He can last long and move fast, but awareness is his true, secret weapon. By knowing his body and mind, he’s able to stay in control. You don’t need to become the next Bruce Lee or join a Buddhist monastery to learn the art of meditation. Start with simple mindfulness techniques, for example:

  • Lengthen your breath, especially the exhale.
  • Be aware of tension in your body and learn to release it.
  • Calm down the negative thoughts in your head.

Squeeze It Right


The squeeze technique is often recommended for men with premature ejaculation. If done right, it can help you increase sexual stamina.

It’s all about squeezing your penis, between the head and the shaft, to reduce blood flow and cool down the excitement. But it’s a bit tricky because you must do it before it’s too late, and you can no longer stop the ejaculation.

How to increase stamina in bed without pills

Another technique that helps some men improve sexual stamina is called “Start-Stop.” The moment you feel arousal is getting too high, you stop whatever you're doing and try to relax. Deep, slow breathing may help.

When the urgent need to climax is gone, you can continue with intercourse or stimulation. This method is challenging because it requires an enormous amount of self-control. Another not-so-great thing about it is that it interferes with the flow of sex. You must stop many times to last longer, which may also be very frustrating for your lover.

Treat Yourself Before

It may sound counterintuitive but masturbating before sex may help you prolong intercourse. All men have what's called a refractory period. This means you need some time to rest before you're ready to have an erection. If you're older this time is usually longer.

 So, you need to get strategic. You can pleasure yourself before a date to give your body enough time to recover. Or, if you're brave and trust your partner, do it in her or his presence. Your lover will enjoy watching your excitement grow.

in2 Can Help

Building sexual stamina from the inside will give you and your partner lasting satisfaction. However, it takes time building sexual endurance through exercise and lifestyle changes.

Don’t put your intimacy on hold because you can’t prolong intercourse. Try out the revolutionary, wearable in2 device that delays ejaculation on demand.

It works by contracting your pelvic floor muscles – the same muscles you use to stop urine flow. It’s super easy to use and doesn’t disturb the erotic mood. You can apply it hours before intercourse. Find out more about the in2 Starter Kit here.