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Vaginal Kung-Fu Might Be the Key to Better Orgasms

Chances are you haven’t heard of vaginal kung-fu, but according to Lisa Masterson, MD, it could be the key to better orgasms.

Pretty much everyone knows that weightlifting can have benefits for your body. But what many people don’t know is that weightlifting can be good for your vagina as well. Yep, you heard right.

A practice called vaginal kung-fu, or vaginal weightlifting, uses an egg-shaped stone attached to weights to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Lisa Masterson, MD, talked about the benefits of vaginal weightlifting in a new video posted to her blog, Health In Heels.

In the video, Masterson said vaginal kung-fu is an ancient Taoist practice that can lead to more intense and pleasurable orgasms. Read more

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