There's no shortage of full-body workouts available on the internet, but far too many of them leave out the muscles most crucial to making sure you're constantly having incredible sex: the humble kegel muscles.
A lot of people think kegels are a woman's thing; and those people would be only half-right.
The Urology Care Foundation recommends working your way up to three sets of 10 reps a day.
"It's the unavoidable foundation if you want to have a stronger erection, last longer, and experience more intense and even multiple orgasms as a man." Here's a four-week-long PC workout regimen for men that Gregor designed himself (reprinted here with his permission).
"With vaginal weight-lifting," says Anami, "you (and your partner) can feel the difference in one day.
There are a few different techniques for exercising this part of your body -- from low-level flexes throughout the course of the day, to full-scale vaginal weight-lifting (we'll get to that in a minute).
Basic pelvic-floor muscle training is super easy to do, and can be done while at your desk, lying in bed, riding in a car, or sitting in a fast-food joint eating a burger.
Menopausal women get their lubrication back in a few weeks, without the aid of hormones or drugs.
Women have their first G-spot or squirting experience within weeks of starting a vaginal weight-lifting practice." "If you aren't tapped into your sexual energy," Anami says, "you are running at a deficiency.
Using toys like this works the vaginal wall and PC muscles harder; providing faster, most noticeable results.
Another toy for this kind of resistance training is the Jade Egg.
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Over time, your pelvic muscles are negatively affected by pregnancy, childbirth, constipation, chronic coughs, aging, and being overweight.