WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

Women already know about the multiple ways we can reach orgasm, and usually, we know what it takes to get us there. But all this talk of G-spot, vaginal or clitoral orgasms…now you’re telling me that there’s such a thing as a COREgasm? We HAD to know more, so we did a little research.

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

What is it?

Apparently, women all over the world are experiencing really intense and strange – yet orgasmic—feelings during their ab workouts.

Umm…Huh?

Women are discovering that with the right amount of pressure and build up in their leg and ab muscles (a.k.a. everywhere AROUND your pelvic area) can lead to squeezing and pressuring the pelvic muscles into contractions…thus, giving you an orgasm.

Ok, sounds awesome! Now…How do I do it?

Not every woman is able to make this happen, and it may take some practice or some experimentation. But we have some workout that have been known to be excellent ways to spur on a coregasm. Also, in addition to the following workout routines, definitely doing your kegel exercises regularly will make it easier and more likely for you to achieve a coregasm while you’re working out.

1. Hanging Straight Leg Raise

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

Hang from a bar with your hands shoulder-width apart. Keep your legs and back straight and slowly raise your feet to hip level, straight out in front of you. Slowly lower your legs to original straight down position. Do 4-6 reps of these movements. NOTE: There should be no swinging back and forth. Movements should be slow and controlled.

2. Hanging Side Crunches

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

Hang from the bar with your palms facing forward and raise your knees up to your waist level, and hold them straight out in front of your torso at a 90 degree angle. Now lift your left hip, raising it slowly up toward your left shoulder, bending at your left side. Raise as high as you can and slowly lower back to the middle position. Repeat same motion on your right side. Do 20 full reps.

3. Single Leg Plank

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

Lie flat on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. With your arms at your side, extend your right leg until it is straight out and in line with your left leg. Press your left leg into the floor, squeezing your glutes and raising your torso and butt off the floor. (NOTE: Do not use your arms or hands to help you push upward. The strength should come from your glutes and abs.) Hold for a few seconds, return to original bent knee position and repeat with the left leg extended.

4. Arm Pull-Over Straight Leg Crunch

WTH is a ‘Coregasm’ and How Can I Have One?

Lie on your back with your arms above your head (not touching the floor) and your legs straight and at a 45-degree angle from the floor. (Add 5-10 lb dumbbells to increase resistance and impact). Slowly lift your arms and your legs (keeping both straight) until your arms are straight out in front of your chest and your legs are exactly perpendicular to the floor. Slowly lower back into original position, never letting arms or legs touch the floor. Do 10-20 reps if possible.

 

Remember, if it doesn’t happen right away, don’t worry. It’s normal if you need to build up your pelvic floor muscles and the leg and ab muscles around your pelvis before this is possible. Some will experience it right away and others will not. Keep practicing and you should be able to master it. Besides, while you’re practicing for your coregasm, you’re also getting a hell of a workout.