There's a reason movies and books aren't based on the lives of people who stay in their hometowns for college: because living in your parents' house while commuting to and from class is boring. I know, because this was my life. And during my three-hour gap between classes during my second year, I took to that sweaty prison for circuit training a few times a week.
A coregasm is an exercise-induced orgasm, which is actually the official term. It gets the term coregasm because it occurs most frequently when people are performing core workouts. Some people can reach an exercise orgasm from biking, running, swimming, or even yoga postures.
Maybe you've seen headlines like these floating around:. She's been leading the coregasm research for the past few years, so she filled us in on everything they know so far. So obviously, they kept studying.
As Sports Illustrated model Jessica White knows, it's so much easier to squeeze working out into your schedule when a potential orgasm is involved. In a video for Bikini. That prompted White to explain how below-the-belt feelings once snuck up on her at the gym.
February 12, pm Updated February 12, pm. Some women apparently get a lot of enjoyment out of exercise — they experience orgasms in the gym. But exercise-induced orgasms have been recognized in scientific literature for more than 50 years.
Imagine a magic sex pill that not only makes you feel frisky but encourages you to keep the lights on. A pill that reduces your inhibitions, makes you want to get on top, helps you bend into Kama Sutra positions and even increases the intensity of your orgasms. The answer to a great sex life comes via a pair of running shoes and a gym membership.
When you engage your muscles to stabilize your core, you may also end up contracting the pelvic floor muscles that can be essential to achieving orgasm. This may sound unusual, but scientists have recognized this occurrence since the s. The prevailing theory is that shaky, fatigued abdominal and pelvic floor muscles produce some type of inner stimulation that causes a coregasm.
Exercise and sex are similar in more ways than one. For instance, they can both turn you into a sweaty, endorphin-flooded mess, and they both offer plenty of heart-healthy benefits. So on its face, a "coregasm," or exercise-induced orgasm EIOseems like an easy way to kill two birds with one very pleasurable stone.