I don’t know about you… but I don’t think my gym would let me walk in with my vagina in hand… nor would they let my vagina lift weights to see if she’s the world’s strongest vagina.
But this fitness program can be done from the comfort of your own home.
Welcome to the vaginal fitness program – the exercise program your personal trainer hasn’t told you about.
Now you’ve probably heard of kegels… they were first developed in 1948 by Dr. Arnold Kegel, a gynecologist whose focus was to help women with weak pelvic floors and urinary incontinence. What he found though was that his patients were not only no longer dribbling on accident, but they were having better and stronger orgasms.
(If you’ve never kegeled before, you must first recognize the muscle that you will be squeezing. This can be done by taking note of the muscle you use to stop the flow of urine mid-stream.)
Most women associate kegels with squeezing their pelvic floor muscles, then relaxing the muscles. All of the research done by Dr. Kegel that yielded positive results included resistance training. This means that your muscles are squeezing against something or lifting an added weight.
Now, you may be thinking, “how in the world do I lift weights with my vagina?”
Well, let me introduce you to Tatyana Kozhevnikova, a Russian gymnast, who holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s strongest vagina.
Yes, that’s right – she can lift up to 31 pounds with her vaginal muscles.
Women in Thailand can even shoot darts and ping pong balls out of their vagina – talk about WOMAN POWER!
So why is a strong vagina important?
Your vagina is composed of a group of muscles just like every other muscle group in your body – there are 3 sections of this group of muscles that create your pelvic floor muscles. Your pelvic floor acts as a hammock that holds all of your organs up and in, as well as prevents you from peeing your pants if you laugh or sneeze too hard.
A strong pelvic floor is also important in balancing your hormones, regulating your menstrual cycle, minimizing your cramps, easing menopause symptoms, improving fertility, preparing for childbirth and promoting optimal sexual health.
So if you go to the gym and partake in any kind of strength training regimen, why would you not take your vagina to a gym? Muscles are muscles, right?
Now you won’t be seeing vaginas curling 20 pound dumbbells – but what you will see are vaginas with jade eggs inside of them, and with every kegel, the egg is being lifted up. Just as your bicep muscle would lift a weight.
Unfortunately most women have weak vaginas, let alone are aware of what’s down there.
Here are some additional non-health related benefits of training your beloved sexual organ:
Enhances sexual pleasure
Heightens vaginal sensitivity
Develops better, more intense orgasms
Allows you to control your lover’s ejaculation
Cultivates self love
Where do you begin?
Get to know your vagina – look her in the mirror and practice self love!
Get to know your pelvic floor muscles – practice squeezing these muscles to stop your urine mid-flow. You can also insert a finger into your vagina and squeeze the muscles around your finger as you try to pull your finger out to assess their strength. Or you can squeeze your love muscles around your lover’s pleasure-stick and ask for feedback.
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Join one of my upcoming yoni egg classes here!
Ladies… a leaky bladder doesn’t have to come with age… your organs don’t have to fall out after giving birth… and orgasms don’t have to take a long time to reach, only to be short lived.
The more attention you give your vagina – the more pleasure she will give you in return!
PS – I’m still waiting for my sex organs to deliver cramps when they deliver Auntie Flow. My cramps stopped cold turkey after I implemented a proper vaginal fitness program.