Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2013
Asa Akira Teaches Sex a new video training course for men which claims to reveal Akira's best kept secret techniques has just been released to the public generating a frenzied buzz of media attention. The commotion surrounding the program's launch has caught the attention of PUABooks.net's Clint Johnson, prompting an investigative review.
"While it's common for men to take pride in their ability to satisfy female lovers, numerous research studies suggest that as many as 80% of women are 'faking it' and only pretending to be satisfied," reports Johnson. "These attempts to protect men's self-esteem may be well intentioned, but unfortunately this sort of 'pretending' can keep guys from improving their intimacy skills which can lead to all kinds of relationship troubles down the road. This being the case, when we heard about Asa Akira's new Asa Akira Teaches Sex program we were very eager to review it for our readers. Akira is billed as the world's #1 sex authority, so we were eager to learn about her recommended techniques."
Asa Akira's training course includes over 6 hours of HD video featuring Akira as the head coach along with a bevy of well known co-stars providing viewers with an eye-opening assortment of tips, tricks, and techniques. The video training is broken into 7 core training modules as well as additional bonus footage and including material on topics such as foreplay, the best positions, and massage.
"Our review shows that the program contains a vast collection of the most advanced and effective techniques," says Johnson. "This is high level information that is not widely known, and that is not available in men's magazines or the like. It's the kind of stuff guys can use to stand out in woman's mind as her best lover ever. And it's the kind of stuff any guy can use, whether he's in a long term relationship and he wants to turn up the heat, or if a guy is single it's great way to blow a woman's mind the first time they have an intimate connection."
Clint Johnson reviews popular dating guides and self-help programs for men on his website PUABooks.net.