Sexy Move: Go For A Walk

It’s finally warm enough to get outside and have a nice walk together. Jennifer and I walk together as exercise-lite a couple times a week now. It’s a big lap around the neighborhood.
We chat and dream together I guess is the best description of conversation. What we talk about isn’t important in particular, just that we do.
We usually hold hands for at least some of the walk. There’s a dominant hand position if you didn’t know… my hand goes “in front” of hers. We’ve always done this naturally for some reason… I’ll just assume it was my raw masculine powah that made that happen.
That’s about it. I always feel happy after a walk.


  1. Anonymous says:

    I like how you touched on a the "dominant" hand position. I found it interesting that in many pictures of William & Kate (Duke & Duchess)her hand is on top. I would find that completely freaky if my hand was on top of my husband's. Perhaps it was to show of the ring though. (Who knows). We naturally fell into the: Him dominant hand position, me under. And, I really like to be on his left side.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Should the women walk on the inside (right side)?

    When walking in the winter my wife holds my arm so she won't fall, but I would rather hold on to her arm to keep her from falling, rather than being pulled down if she were to fall holding me.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I've never understood why, but with my husband my arm has always been more comfortable with my hand in the dominant position. This has been the case since we started dating… maybe it's because he's an inch shorter than me?

    With everyone I dated prior to meeting my husband, I was comfortable in the submissive, but, again, they were taller than me. Any thoughts?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Definitely the female non-dominant hand-hold is more comfortable when you're shorter than your man.

    Much more interesting to me is how much going for a walk in the woods does for me to feel connected to him. One of my favorite things to do with him when we're not… well… doing it like rabbits.

  5. Phil Mueller says:

    Sometimes a handholding position is just a cigar. : ) For what it's worth my wife and I always interlace fingers when holding hands; I don't know if it's "dominant" or "submissive" but it feels nice. : )

    Walks around the neighborhood together are a great opportunity to talk without distractions, I think I'll try to make them a regular thing this summer.

  6. Trimegistus says:

    And if you go for a walk in the woods, you can check each other for ticks.

  7. Athol Kay says:

    Jennifer tends to walk on my left because her engagement ring gouges my hand otherwise.

    LOL Ticks.

  8. Phil Mueller says:

    There's a country song about that:–JyVxZmGQ

  9. This is a money move. My wife and I go on walks all the time.

  10. Anonymous says:

    The more I thought about this post the better I liked it. It's especially good for late comers like myself who have a lot of ground to cover. Since so much of the MAP boils down to "get your ass off the couch and get in shape" it's a great way to get moving without overdoing it. And it's the perfect opportunity for some low-risk dominant moves: "I'm going for a walk. Wanna come?" Also I think for couples that have really grown distant in their physical intimacy, holding hands is a great place to start. Not really priming the pump, more like priming the primer.

    I agree with the LOL on the tick line too. I'm trying that one tonight.

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