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4 Vagina Tightening Exercises For Better Sex!

Vagina tightening exercises are the absolute main way that you can increase your physical sexual pleasure as a woman. It also does some extremely good things for your lover too! While there is more to sex than just the physical of course – having this part of the sensual puzzle in good shape means you can set your mind at easy knowing you are giving great pleasure to your partner and yourself so you can concentrate on being, and feeling sexy!

Oh what is that? You are shy? No place for it here darling! If you have come this far, take off the shy act and start looking for a solution because there is nothing to be ashamed about keeping your body healthy, functional and beautiful!

So lets take a look and see what exercises for a tight vagina you can do!

  • Squats– This is an excellent exercise for all SORT of stuff. Great for your bum, legs, core, and your vagina! It is good for weight loss too as your leg muscles and others activated in this activity are very large and so consume a lot of calories when doing them. Be careful to follow the best technique for these though and you will tighten up your entire pelvic region.
  • Leg Raises – This begins as you lie on your back, then you raise each leg one after the other into the air while straight (not bending at the knee). Good for warming up, but helps exercises all the muscles around the vagina. Easy to do – and tightens up your bum too!
  • Yoga – Yoga is a great thing to do for overall health, but probably better if you do some of the more intense workouts like ashtanga, or bikram yoga. Promotes strength and flexibility all over the body including your lady parts.
  • Kegel Exercises – If you do NOTHING else on this list, please do these as they directly target your vagina muscles. A Kegel is where you squeeze the pelvic floor muscles together which tightens your vagina temporarily, but exercises those muscles so the tightness will become more permanent the more you do it. It is hard explain, but doing this is best explained by the muscles you squeeze if you are going to pee and you force yourself to stop. The muscles you are suing thee are the pelvic floor and you are doing a kegel exercise. Practice and then try while lying down, sitting, and in other positions for different angles and muscle contractions.