Q. Can I exercise to a better orgasm?
How to get that sweet release
Ah, kegels — the classic sexercise. Just squeeze the muscles you would use to stop urine midstream, hold for as long as you can, release, then squeeze again. But can anything that easy or that old (Dr. Arnold Kegel, a gynecologist, came up with them in the '40s) really make orgasms bigger and better? "Yes," says Laura Berman, Ph.D., the president and director of Chicago's Berman Center, which specializes in women's health. "Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles and your transverse abdominals brings more blood to your pelvic region, increases the amount of friction you can generate, and intensifies contractions during orgasm." Wow. What are you waiting for? Here's how to do them while targeting your transverse abs at the same time:
(A) Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place a yoga block or similar-sized object between your thighs. Extend your arms straight alongside your body.
(B) Without using your butt muscles, do a kegel and lift your legs into the air while simultaneously lifting your shoulders slightly off the ground. Your pelvis and lower back should remain touching the floor, and arms should be straight and slightly higher than your torso, pulling toward the wall in front of you. Hold for a few seconds, then return to start. Do 5 to 10 "Bermans" twice a day, increasing the number as they get easier.
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Wishing You Great Health!
Glen Edward Mitchell
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