Sex and masturbation are the most underrated stress relieving activities you can do and everyone should incorporate it daily into their lives. However, stress, medications, poor diets and lack of exercise can wreak havoc on libido and the quality and strength of your orgasm.
So how do you improve your orgasms?
The pelvic floor forms part of your core and this groups of muscles are key to strong and powerful orgasms. Having a strong core, cardiovascular system and flexibility can all play a part in improving your sex life. You can easily incorporate some very simple daily habits and exercises to improve your libido, health and ‘corgasm’!RELATED: RECOMMENDED PLANS FOR YOU
Corgasm – Exercises to improve your sex life!
It’s no secret that regular exercise will increases blood flow around the body and help increase engorgement in the genitals. It will also improve your fitness, stamina, strength and confidence. And not to mention those all important feelgood brain chemicals and hormones. All essential parts of a healthy sex life.
So with all that in mind, here are my top Corgasm exercises to improve your sexual life!
1. Kegel exercises:
The pelvic floor is perhaps the most important group of muscles you can train. Kegels improve the endurance and control by toning and strengthening the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles, (these muscles stop the flow of urine) and the perineal muscles (stop the passing of wind).
In 1952, Dr. Kegel published a report in which he stated that the women doing this exercise were attaining orgasm more easily, more frequently and with more intensity. But it has also been proven to help men maintain stronger erections and provide the power behind ejaculation. For men it can help prevent premature ejaculation and erectile disfunction.
You can do Kegels anywhere without anyone knowing to improve your ‘corgasm’
Locate these muscles by first squeezing your back passage as if trying to prevent breaking wind. Then by imagining the stopping the flow of urine. It’s a lift, squeeze and hold. When you have located them you can start the exercises.
Try these up to 10 times a day:
Fast lift, squeeze and release for 10 reps
10 seconds strong lift, squeeze and release for 10 reps
Lift, squeeze and contract slowly for 5 counts and release for 5 counts for 10 reps
Regular solo sexual adventures keeps the genital tissues plump and healthy. The more you practice on yourself, the better your genitals work and the better your corgasm! You will feel sexier and find it easier to get excited. Think of masturbation as a mini ‘corgasm’ workout!
Masturbation also exercises your imagination therefore stimulating your juices by getting dopamine flowing in the brain. The longer the arousal the better the more explosive the orgasm. Practice getting close to orgasm, then slow to simmer. Repeat a few times.
Get Tantric! Tantric sex focusses on spirituality and breathing. These rituals are said to make it possible to enjoy sex more often, for longer periods of greater pleasure that you have ever known. Getting Tantric stimulates the physical, mental and emotional being.
Practice breathing in tandem with your partner by synching your inhales and your exhales. Maintain eye contact and even place your hand on your partners beating heart. This practice can slow the rush to orgasm and create a bigger build.
4. Exercise and movement:
You don’t need to join a gym but the more exercise you do then better your cardiovascular fitness and blood flow will be, improving your ‘corgasm’ and sex life. Not only that, you will have better moods and less stress meaning a healthy libido too.
Walking is perfect for getting vitamin D levels topped up and is low impact and can be done anywhere and at any time. Adding in some high intensity cardio sessions in the gym will ramp up your stamina and fitness levels for longer lasting sex.
Strength training will not only make you feel better, sexier and more desirable, but will enable you hold challenging and more exciting positions for variety and maintain love making for longer.
Yoga, stretching and pilates will use your whole body and help strengthen the muscles needed to hold postures and get into positions that will thrill your partner. Some simple moves can add new dimensions to your bedroom antics.
• Eagle pose for breathing and mindfulness with a deep sensuous stretch around the hips
• Sumo squat in prayer pose for encouraging deep blood flow around the pelvis by opening up the hips and pelvis and strengthening the thighs for stamina.
• Pigeon pose for feeling graceful, opening the hips and encouraging blood flow to the pelvis and pelvic floor muscles.
• Camel pose is the ultimate sexy pose. By sensually arching your back, this pose conditions the spine and opens the hips and encourages deep breathing and mindfulness.
• Pilates bridge will help condition your pelvic floor and butt muscles. These muscles will give you power to thrust and improve the intensity of your corgasm.
• Pelvic tilts will improve flexibility around the hips enabling you to add subtle and sexy moves into to your love making.
• The plank is a powerful exercise that strengthens the whole body and the core. Creating the muscles needed to maintain positions such as missionary and doggy style.
Other exercises you might like to consider to add some Va Va Voom to the bedroom:
Pole dancing, Salsa, Belly dancing, burlesque, singing and hula hooping! Try them all and see which ones float your boat.
Final notes on corgasm exercises to improve sexual life:
You could try all of those steps to try and improve your sex life but it’s important to take note of stress and the factors that can dampen your desire and performance.
Stress comes in many different guises and can seriously wreak havoc on your libido and ability to perform in the bedroom; late nights, poor diets, being overweight, too much alcohol, refined sugars, some medications, smoking and being depressed can all effect your sex life and corgasm.
Take a whole lifestyle approach to the improving your sex life and choose just a few steps first and see your sex life and corgasm literally explode!
Big love, small tummies!
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