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Work Out “Sex Muscles” for Better Orgasms

Physical exercise can certainly rev up your libido, not to mention send blood pumping toward your nether regions to prime you for sex tonight. But did you know you can exercise your “sex muscles” too? When women practice Kegels exercises, they are actually working to strengthen the inner walls of the vagina, which allows them to grip the penis more strongly. This helps both partners to have more intense orgasms. Men, you can work on your pubococcygeal (PC) muscles to delay orgasm. You know you’re working the correct muscle group when you are able to stop and start your flow of urine when you’re peeing. There is also the “butterfly” and “pelvic lifts,” both of these help you to improve your flexibility. Read on at Discovery Health for lots of good ideas to improve your sex life through exercise!

Posted: 1/18/08