Kegel exercises are exercises to tighten the pelvic floor muscles, which are the muscles used to control the rate of urine.
Doing Kegel exercises can also help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. One of the benefits includes increasing your enjoyment and sexual health.
By training the Kegel muscles, you can also make your vagina feel firmer, so that it can make your partner more stimulated.
This can be especially useful for women who have undergone deformities after giving birth. So that the “grip” of the vagina still feels firm and tight.
Is it really effective to tighten the vaginal muscles?
So the term is not tightening but strengthen, because the pelvic floor is a muscle.
To make it easier to understand, try to imagine the biceps muscles, when the muscles are trained just once compared to routine exercises, the results will be clearly different.
Just like Kegel exercises, when trained properly on a regular basis, the vaginal muscles will be stronger and tighter.
And the result, you will get more intense orgasms or even more extraordinary orgasms!
How to do Kegel exercises correctly?
The good news is Kegel exercises can be done anywhere and anytime.
There are 2 types of Kegel exercises:
First, try to tighten your Kegel muscles very slowly, visualizing the muscles as a small lift in the pelvis, then gradually moving upwards. When you reach the top floor and can’t go any higher, try to hold it for 2 seconds. Then put it down / let it go again at the same speed. Repeat for 10 reps.
The second way, tighten and release with a fast tempo. Like made twitch about 30 times. Repeat for 10 reps.
To achieve maximum results, do both methods 2 times a day, and each week can be added 1 second for the first method.