Time to switch it to the kitchen—the kitchen table, that is. Getting it on between the sheets certainly, has its upsides. 1) It’s warm. 2) Your bed is comfy as hell. 3) You can easily take a cat nap and then go for round two.
But it can also get a little… boring. If you’ve ever thought about switching up the scenery and getting wild in a room other than the boudoir, Michael Aaron, Ph.D., a therapist based in New York, brings us the best po.sitions for getting it on on top of a table. Just make sure your kitchen furniture is sturdy enough to handle the action before you get started.
Why it works: “You want to use the strengths of the table to your advantage—namely its sturdiness and firmness,” says Aaron. “Bending over the table provides a good anchor for deep and powerful thrusts.
Why it works: Both kneeling and standing provide some serious leverage for thrusting, says Aaron. “Put your knees closer together or farther apart to adjust the tightness,” he says. “Experiment with both and see which you prefer.”
Why it works: The table provides a solid surface with a new perspective to help you get your freak on (and a killer quad workout). “You can adjust by placing your legs inside his, which tightens the vagina, or placing your legs astride, which provides you more range of motion,” says Aaron.
Why it works: The table provides a good base for thrusting, which helps “shift the penis to push more against the upper wall of the vagina,” says Aaron. Plus, this position allows you to get up close and personal for some serious makeout action. (Train your pelvic floor muscles for even more intense orgasms with these training beads from the Hot Sex Toys online shop)
Why it works: This position is perfect for getting romantical, you know, if doing it on a table just isn’t enough. “By wrapping your legs around his waist, you get an even tighter fit and a deeper sense of physical closeness and emotional intimacy,” says Aaron. “He can also hold on to the table edges with his hands as you move your torso and ride him, providing additional leverage.”