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Let’s talk about sex…

They say that sex is the best form of exercise. And like all exercise, you’ve got to stretch it out to get the best from your performance. Especially with Valentine’s Day around the corner…

So, you’ve been sticking to your New Year’s resolutions by staying in the gym and away from the sweets; you should be in fine form for some Valentine’s Day bedroom acrobatics. To supplement your achievement, Fit + Phab celebrity fitness expert Craig Ramsay – star of Bravo/ ITVBe’s Newlyweds: The First Year and author of Anatomy of Stretching – offers some stretching advice to get you in tip-TOP (and BOTTOM) shape for a passionate roll in the sheets on the International Day of Love.

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