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Pelvic Floor Health and the Happy G-Spot

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Pelvic Floor Health and the Happy G-Spot

No matter what your lover’s current experience with g-spot orgasms and female ejaculation, she can and should be practicing pelvic floor exercises and daily lifestyle changes to encourage great pelvic floor health and wellness.

Pelvic What?

The “pelvic floor” is a group of muscles within the pelvic cradle (in both men and women) which supports the content of your abdomen and your pelvic orgasm, and comprise a great deal of what is often referred to as the “core” muscles. These muscles help to control the bladder, squeeze when you cough and when you use just about anything below the belt.

Losing Strength

Like the other muscles in the body, the pelvic floor muscles will weaken without conscious, active use and with the process of aging. Stress from something like childbirth can wreak havoc on a woman’s pelvic floor health. Other health conditions like obesity and chronic lung conditions which cause coughing can put extra stress on the body. Surgery can have especially damaging effects for both men and women.

Research has shown that approximately 25% of all women in the US have some form of moderate to severe pelvic floor weakness which can result in incontinence and sexual dissatisfaction. If you or your lover are suffering from poor pelvic floor health, you may wish to seek the advice of a doctor, but any kind of work on your part can make great improvements.

More Exercise?

Kegel exercises are named after their inventor, Dr Arnold Kegel, who advocated these starting techniques for building pelvic floor strength and health. This is just the first of a wide variety of exercises that can be done on a regular basis, but beware: doing these exercises improperly can cause further damage or weakening of the muscles, just as doing exercises at the gym with improper form can cause serious injury.

While these exercises are designed for your wife, you can practice them as well, improving your prostate functioning and increasing your orgasmic potential. The strength of your pelvic floor muscles has an incredibly effect on not only your libido and your general sexual prowess , but the specific power behind your ejaculation. You might actually be able to see the evidence in your kegel exercises by an increase in your “shot” distance! Go superstar!

Squeeze

The first exercise involves brute strength, squeezing as strong and tight as you can for eight seconds, then letting go and relaxing. When you relax, you should have a distinct feeling of release. If you can’t make it all the way to eight seconds, hold just for as long as you can before letting go. Rest for a brief while and try again, doing eight to twelve repetitions before moving on to the next exercise.

Flutter

Strength isn’t the only skill that you want your pelvic floor muscles to develop! Dexterity and stamina are also very important, and these can be improved with a simple exercise geared towards speed rather than power.

Instead of holding a single squeeze for as long as you can, you want to perform as many “fluttering” squeezes as you can as quickly as possible. How fast can you do them? Try one per second for ten seconds and see if you can speed up from there. Try to keep a steady pace with the muscles contracting with an even, strong, solid muscle movements.

The Plan

Every day, perform three sets of eight to twelve “Squeeze” exercises, followed by one set of “Flutter” exercises up to ten in a row. Do these at least once a day, working up to two or three workouts a day – in the morning, at mid-day and before bed.

With regular practice, you will find that you see noticeable results in three to six months, earlier if you are already in good pelvic health. Strengthening devices aren’t necessary, but can help if your lover has a long way to go.

If you don’t see the results you’re looking for, the problems are usually associated with regularity. It can be difficult to remember exercises as part of your daily schedule, but keeping a steady pattern of practice is the only way to ensure that the work is doing what it’s designed to do. In the early stages of exercise in particular, it can be easy to get discouraged and give up when results aren’t immediate. Don’t get discouraged! Optimal pelvic floor health is within your reach and the first step to making all your lover’s g-spot dreams come true.

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5 Comments

  1. bestjobstore

    May 5, 2012 at 7:00 am

    Good article. How time it will take to give strength to your lose muscles

  2. nick

    May 7, 2012 at 10:39 am

    hi is it normal that when the woman have an orgasm she cums out like passing urine

  3. lenny

    May 7, 2012 at 7:50 pm

    hi.my girlfriend has never experienced an orgasm is she normal.however much we try it and she also dry first.

  4. Jason

    August 30, 2012 at 8:25 am

    Like and experienced

  5. Greg

    May 11, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    I’ve tried these exercise’s and they worked great but it seemed like it tightened up the muscles in my anus & it was hard making a bowel movement. What was I doing wrong. Thanks- wanting it to work

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