How to Make Your Vagina Tighter for Having Joyful Sex

It’s time to get your vagina into training. We’re not talking about signing up for a gym contract here. We mean that you need to start exercising your pelvic floor muscles. Why would anyone want to do that? Well, there’s considerable benefit to training the pelvic floor. Make your vagina tighter and enhance your sex life with your partner.

Exercising the pelvic floor also helps to stop conditions like incontinence. As we age, we lose control of the pelvic muscles, resulting in difficulty controlling the bladder. Training the pelvic floor muscles helps to provide you with greater control over your bladder, reducing symptoms of urinary incontinence.

Whether you want joyful sex or want to stop issues like incontinence, exercising the pelvic floor muscles can dramatically improve your well-being and quality of life. Try out these three exercises for your vagina, and work them into your daily exercise routine.

 

  1. Kegels

If you want to strengthen the muscles in your vagina and learn how to have great sex, then Kegels are a must-know exercise. Kegels are a proven method of building your pelvic floor using stimulation of the vaginal and pelvic muscles.

To start your Kegels, you need to locate the pelvic floor. Sit on a chair or lie on your bed and close your eyes. Clench the muscles you would to stop the flow of urine while peeing. When you locate those muscles, contract them, and pull up and in towards your navel.

At the top of the movement, hold the squeeze for 5-seconds, and then release. Repeat this exercise for 12-repetitions. We recommend you do this exercise three to four times throughout the day.

As the Kegels get easier, extend the length of the hold and the number of reps you do in a Kegel workout. End your workout by holding the top squeeze for as long as possible before releasing it. You should notice a considerable difference in the strength of your vaginal muscles after about two to three weeks.

 

  1. Vaginal Weight-Lifting

Vaginal weight-lifting sounds intense – and it is, but it’s the natural progression from Kegels. For this exercise, you use two balls connected by a chain. The first ball sits inside the vagina, and the second hangs outside of the vagina.

You use your vaginal walls to hold the ball firmly inside your vagina, preventing the weighted end from pulling it out. You start in a squat position, lifting until you can suspend the weight without any assistance.

 

  1. Squats

Strong core muscles are essential for building a robust pelvic region. Squats are a great compound exercise for working out multiple muscle groups in your body. When you squat, it works your legs and glutes and your pelvis, lower back, abdomen, and upper back and shoulders.

Start with bodyweight squats and complete 20-reps for three to four sets, four to five times a week. When bodyweight becomes too easy, you can start adding weights. Goblet squats using a kettlebell are an effective way to increase your squat strength.

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