Being flexible in your legs may seem obvious for better sex, but for many "creative" positions, you need to be limber and strong simultaneously. "That's because certain poses require one leg to wrap around him (requiring inner thigh strength) while the other needs to be able to stretch to accommodate your guy (requiring extra flexibility)," says Montenegro. "This is where lateral lunges can help -- doing this move strengthens the quadriceps of one leg while simultaneously stretching the adductor muscles and glutes of the other leg."
How to do it: Start in a standing position with your feet a few feet wider than shoulder width apart, feet pointing forward. Lean to one side as you push your hips back simultaneously until all your weight is on one foot -- your opposite leg should be straight but not locked. Push off your heel and return to the starting position, then repeat the exercise, this time leaning to the other side. Do 12-15 repetitions for each leg.
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Written by Myatt Murphy for AOL Health