For a lot of women, orgasms don’t come easy. It takes concentration, the right timing, rhythm and, of course, the right person.
But just like we work out our muscles for results in the mirror, we can also work out the pelvic floor for results in the bedroom.
Over the course of our lifespans, the bones of our pelvis widen (especially for women who bear children). As the bones shift, they pull at the muscles of the pelvic floor, making it difficult for them to connect.
Taking the time to work the pelvic muscles will provide huge benefits in the orgasm department. Added bonuses include flattening the stubborn lower belly and providing support for the lower back. It's important work and so worthwhile.
These pelvic strengthening yoga exercises combined with Kegels done right will strengthen the muscles that support the pelvis and help you reach a bigger “O.”