But today I want to focus specifically on how those of us with vaginas can actually make those orgasms even stronger. And while some folks undoubtedly turn to their biggest sex organ — their mind — to ramp up the orgasm power, I want to take a look at the totally physical things you can do for stronger orgasms. However, the clitoris is mainly a series of very sensitive! Mind blowing, right? So what are the best ways to make sure you're in top shape in order to give you even stronger orgasms?
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Lisa Jey Davis is a women's health and fitness professional, Pilates instructor, Lagree Method certified trainer and a yoga instructor. She is also an award-winning writer, whose articles have appeared in "Albuquerque Magazine" and "Mountain Parent Magazine," as well as on numerous online outlets, including The Huffington Post. You're only one workout away from a better sex life! Not only can you lose weight, sculpt a strong, lean body and cause your endorphins to soar, but you can also count on exercise to make your time in the sack more enjoyable.
Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex. He wondered if the cause might be weak urinary sphincter muscles unable to stay closed under the abdominal pressure caused by these actions. The urinary sphincter muscles are located between the legs, part of the pelvic floor muscle group that runs from the lower abdomen to the anus.