Pelvic floor muscles support your uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. They contribute to spine stability. They help you not pee when your best friend makes you howl with laughter. They keep the back door shut so you don’t have to know what fecal incontinence is. And strengthening them may help women who have difficulty reaching orgasm.
Think you’re too young to care about kegels or pelvic floor exercises? Think again. These are the muscles that contract during orgasm and are responsible for the amount of sensation you feel during sex. Keeping them strong at any age can lead to easier arousal, more intense orgasms, and better sex overall.
That’s why we’re sharing this roundup of workout routines to get you a hardcore pelvic floor:
10 New Pelvic Floor Exercises for Better Sex. From Cosmo, of course.
Pelvic Floor Exercise to Make Your Sex Life Better. Popsugar interviewed Jada Pinkett Smith and it turns out that she does kegels to keep sex hot.
10 Exercises for Better Sex. Woman’s Day goes beyond kegels to boost your bedroom skills.
The Coregasm Workout. Ab exercises from Women’s Health that work the pelvic floor and more.
Kegel Exercises for Men. Guys can benefit from them too!
We don’t want to get your hopes up, but some women have been known to “O” from these moves alone. And remember: When it’s time to put your toned pelvic floor muscles to use in bed, make sure your birth control is covered.
Just do it,
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