Intensify Your Orgasm With Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises can transform your sex life in ways you cannot possibly imagine. Read our tips and intensify your orgasms with kegel exercises.

It’s a lesser-known fact that older women may have the luxury of enjoying better G spot orgasms. This is due to the fact that the walls of their vagina are thinner because of decreased oestrogen levels, which provides better access to apply pressure to the glory spot hidden in between those walls.

Older women are also advised to do Kegel exercises to strengthen their vagina muscles after childbirth and to help with urinary control; but did you know that these are also exercises that you could be doing in order to have better sex and achieve better orgasms?

Kegels are just about learning to manipulate the muscles located inside and around your vagina, and it is a lot easier than you might think.

If you do not do any kegel exercises at all, you may have fairly weak sexual muscles which is making it harder for you to have an orgasm. Or perhaps the orgasms you are having could be a lot more intense… ooh, did your face just light up with interest?

In fact if you start exercising your sexual muscles now, you could be on your way to having very powerful, intense and even female-ejaculatory orgasms; oh and your partner will never leave you because you’ll be the best sex he’s ever had!

About Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

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Your PC muscle, or Pubococcygeus – no wonder we have no idea what it is with a name like that – your vaginal and your anal muscles are all connected and can be exercised and used in order to increase yours, and your partner’s orgasmic capacity.

These muscles all play a very important role in your orgasmic response because they are located in and around your vaginal opening, and they contract rhythmically when you experience an orgasm.

When you exercise these muscles on a regular basis you can have a better control over what they are doing, which will increase your confidence in the bedroom during sex. Your vaginal area as a whole will become deliciously sensitive as a yummy bonus, because your vagina will tighten – great news for the guys!

The reason your vagina will become more sensitive is that doing your kegel exercises increases blood flow and veins in the pelvic region, so that you become hyper-aware of the sensations building up to an orgasm in and around your vagina and clitoris.

Also, because your vaginal muscles will be stronger, they will contract far more powerfully, meaning stronger and longer orgasmsyay!

It is said that many younger women experience clitoral orgasms, but if you start strengthening your PC Muscle you are more likely to experience vaginal orgasms, which are deeper and can last a lot longer.

If you are lucky your Kegels could even lead to multiple and G Spot orgasms. Kegels are also a great way of physically turning yourself on, because when you squeeze your pelvic muscles you force blood down to your genital tissue which makes the area super-sensitive, and can give you a bit of a head-rush.

Did you know that there are some sexual Goddesses out there in the world who can masturbate with no hands? Seriously, there are women who can bring themselves to orgasm exclusively with voluntary pelvic floor contractions.

Ladies, let’s make this our ultimate goal!  I want to be able to sit on a bus, watch the world go by, and experience multiple orgasms without even touching myself.

How to Do Your Kegel Exercises

The important thing to remember when starting out is that the whole point of doing your Kegels is to take ownership of your internal and external genitalia. Kegels are not a chore.

Think of them more as a self-worship and appreciation of everything it means to be a woman. Besides, it can actually feel rather nice, and there many alternative ways of doing them, and even toys you can use – ever seen those strange egg-shaped sex toys?  Look into it!

First of all let’s find that PC Muscle! Basically it is a hammock-like muscle that stretches from your pubic bone to your tail bone.  It forms the floor of your pelvic cavity. The next time you go to the ladies simply stop and then re-start the flow of your urine. The muscle inside that you use to do this is your PC Muscle.

TIP:  It’s not good practice to interfere too much with the flow of your urine on a regular basis because it can actually have the opposite effect.  It doesn’t hurt to use this method to figure out where exactly your PC muscle is though.

The Short Kegel

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Once you have located the muscle you will want to start out by doing short kegels to build up the muscle:

  1. 1. Contract the muscle 20 times – one squeeze per second.
  2. 2. Exhale gently as you tighten only the muscles around your genitals, including the anus, but not the muscles in you buttocks.
  3. 3. Don’t bear down when you release, simply let go. This is quite important.

Do 2 sets of these twice a day, and gradually build up to 2 sets of 75 per day.  That may sound like a lot, but when you consider that you are only doing a squeeze per second, that’s about 75 seconds which is just over a minute of your time, twice a day.

The Long Kegel

Once you have achieved the Short Kegel Milestone of two sets of 75 shorts a day, you can begin to add the Long Kegel.

  1. 1. Simply hold the muscle contraction for a count of 3, and relax between contractions.
  2. 2. Work up toholding for 10 seconds, and then relaxing for 10 seconds.
  3. 3. Start with 2 sets of 20 of each and build up to 75.

You should aim to be building up to doing 300 repetitions a day using a combination of short and long sequences.

The Push-out

Now you will be ready to try something new…

  1. 1. After relaxing the contraction, push down and out gently, as if you were having a bowel movement with your PC muscle – but don’t push down with your actual bowel muscles.
  2. 2. Repeat gently, with no bearing down.

Once you have mastered all of these techniques you will be able to create Kegel sequences that combine all three.

Your PC muscle will be well-developed after about a month of daily repetations of 300. To maintain, all you need to do are sets of 150 several times a week.

Some Common Kegel Mistakes to Avoid

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Many women complain that they tried Kegels and didn’t notice any sort of difference.  In order for Kegels to have a noticeable positive impact on your sex life, you need to set out a regular schedule, like with any sort of exercise. Doing a few crunches every now and then when you remember isn’t going to give you that toned stomach is it? Well, doing a few Kegels when you feel like it isn’t going to give you mind blowing orgasms either! You need to make it a regular habit.

There are ways to integrate Kegels into your life quite naturally. For example, if you enjoy a mid-morning break by yourself in a coffee shop or sitting on a park bench, use this time productively to do your morning Kegels, every day. Kegel exercises are invisible to other people so nobody will know you are doing them. You can even do them at your work desk, but it’s best to set aside ten minutes where you can focus and you know you won’t be distracted. Perhaps you can make use of your commute to work and back?

TIP: I find it useful to set an alarm on my phone to remind me twice a day to do my Kegels.  This really does help.

Don’t give up too soon either.  It will take 3-5 weeks of regular Kegels exercise before you notice a perceptible difference; and this depends on the current state of your PC muscles.

DID YOU KNOW that you can also damage your pelvic floor muscles by straining on the toilet, heavy lifting, being overweight and having a chronic cough?

Even more alarmingly, women who participate in sports or exercises that increase abdominal pressure are at risk by placing too much undue pressure on the pelvic floor muscle. But the good news is that once your pelvic floor muscle strengthens, the risk of damage is much lower.

About the author

Scarlett Robinson

I am inspired by the ways people interact. Human behaviour and emotions are wonderfully complex, and I want to dig deeper and understand more. This is why I explore intimate relationships in my writing. (I’m also ever so slightly kinky.)

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