Just like every muscle in your body, your hoo-ha needs a routine workout. Exercising your vaginal muscles might sound weird but the benefits you gain from it is, better sex… and having fun while while your doing it. Though you probably heard of the kegal exercise, there are other lesser-known activities that are also surprisingly fun!
Doing vaginal exercises can help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. This can help you manage or prevent physical problems.
Vaginal exercises can also help improve your sexual health and pleasure by:
Relaxing your vaginal muscles.
Increase sexual arousal by improving blood circulation to your vagina and pelvic floor.
It’ll be easier for you to orgasm.
Increasing vaginal lubrication (wetness).
Understanding Your Muscles
(pel·vic /ˈpelvik/ The pelvis is the lower part of the torso. It’s located between the abdomen and the legs. This area provides support for the intestines and also contains the bladder and reproductive organs.)
Your pelvic floor muscles are the layer of muscles that support the pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis.
How can you find your pelvic muscle? Imagine you need to pee but you’re using your muscles to stop the stream of urine. Don’t actually practice stopping your urine stream, especially if your bladder is full. Those contractions you are doing is the kegal exercise.
Instructions for the kegal exercise:
Get comfortable. Breath in and out smoothly and get ready to start your routine.
Create a contraction. A contraction is when you use your muscle (like previously mentioned). Try holding for 3–6 seconds or until your muscles get tired.
Now it’s time to relax your muscles. Letting go while keeping your breath steady is the right way to do it. Let yourself relax for 6–10 seconds and start again. Do this 10 times in a row.
Try to make yourself time for 2–3 sessions per day. (Every session should be repeated with the same instructions ).
Vaginal weightlifting is a pelvic floor exercise similar to Kegels, where you lift and squeeze objects in order to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. It may sound a little “out there,” but as long as you follow the proper techniques, it’s a safe way to spice up your sex life and improve your health.
Here are some benefits that comes with practicing this exercise.
You will have better orgasms.
You will begin to have orgasms that are longer, deeper and more intense.
You will have better sex as you will start to feel more pleasure to your sensitive spots.
No more “I laughed so hard, I think I peed”. Your pelvic muscle will be much stronger and can hold back any urinary or bowl inconsistencies.
Less lube, more natural wetness. Dry friction is a no-go and can get very uncomfortable. Vaginal weightlifting can increase your natural lubricant and make penetration much smoother and more enjoyable to the both of you.
Squats is an easy at home exercise that can be done by anyone (regardless of how strong or weak you think you are). If you do this exercise the right way, it not only strengthens your glutes but your core as well. Strong glutes and hamstrings are very important to the overall health of your pelvic floor and if done right can also increase your sexual pleasure.
Instructions for squats:
Stand up straight put your feet at the shoulders position, go down with your butt making sure your hips are above the knees and the knees are centered. Hold for a few seconds and go up slowly. Repeat 30 times for maximum results. After every 10 squats give yourself a few second break.
What are your thoughts on vaginal exercises and which one is your favorite?