Exercising your abs can do more than just flatten your stomach.
If you ever needed a reason to go to the gym, the coregasm is it. Haven’t heard of a coregasm? Oh, then you really need to step up your game, and get to the gym stat. The coregasm is an “exercise-induced orgasm.” While it might seem strange to some of us, yours truly is scoffing at it while being bizarrely jealous at the same time, it is real, and according to a new study, more and more women are experiencing it. Read more
I wrote a post about coregasms three years ago, but a recent study confirmed what had been discussed anecdotally for years. However, I would not recommend not doing those “much-touted Kegel exercises.” They’re much-touted for a reason. For a program, see my post Vaginal Strengthening Exercises for a More Powerful Orgasm.
Do you really have to do those much-touted kegel exercises? Not necessarily, new research claims. According to a recent study, the only fitness regimen you need to enhance your sexual pleasure may be your morning workout.
Though so-called “coregasms” — female orgasms induced by core muscle exercises — have been discussed anecdotally for years (even Alfred Kinsey mentioned them in his famous 1953 report), these findings from Indiana University offer scientific proof of their existence, says Medical Xpress. If you were looking for motivation to get yourself out of bed and into a gym in the morning, here it is. Read more
A coregasm is an orgasm triggered by ab exercises. Women’s Health has put together an ab workout that may help you have your very own coregasm. They don’t guarantee one, but at the very least you’ll get nicer abs. (For a short, simple ab exercise program, see my post Ab Exercises for More Powerful Orgasms.)
… When Men’s Health editor Adam Campbell mentioned the coregasm in his blog, The Fitness Insider, the female feedback was astonishing. Women all over were experiencing this strange (but exhilarating) fitness phenomenon: Read more