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WTF is a Coregasm?

 WTF is a Coregasm?

If you’re like most people, you struggle to stick to a routine of working out. What if we told you it could help you reach orgasm? 

It’s true — as you max out repetitions of crunches, you may feel a uniquely pleasurable feeling known as a coregasm. 

Intrigued now? We thought you would be. Here’s what you need to know about coregasms, what they feel like, and how you can try to have one yourself. 

What is a coregasm?

This might be your first time hearing about coregasms, but they aren’t new. 

Dr. Alfred Kinsey —- a sexologist and founder of the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, now known as the Kinsey Institute — was the first one to mention coregasms in a book published in 1953.

A coregasm is an exercise-induced orgasm that typically happens during intense core workouts. When you exercise, you engage your core muscles, and your body may also end up contracting the pelvic floor muscles, which are essential to having an orgasm. Coregasms tend to happen when the muscles are fatigued. 

What does a coregasm feel like?

For women, coregasms may feel similar to vaginal orgasms, but without as much stimulation of the clitoris. Instead, the sensation is often focused in the lower abs, inner thighs, or pelvis. 

When men have coregasms, they feel similar to a prostate orgasm. This means it’s a continuous sensation rather than a pulsating one. This feeling may even spread throughout the body and end in ejaculation whether the penis is erect or not. 

How can I have a coregasm? 

If you want to up your chances of having a coregasm, work on core strengthening exercises and do kegels.

Exercises that are linked to coregasms include crunches, pullups, rope climbing, leg lifts, hip thrusts, and weight lifting. Many of these exercises cause muscles to contract, which can spur a coregasm. Since they’re triggered by fatigue, it’s more important to focus on the repetitions and intensity than the exact exercise you’re doing. 

A National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior found that around 10% of people reported having an orgasm from exercise. So as you try this out, just keep in mind that you’re not guaranteed to have one. 

Even if you don’t have a coregasm during exercise, you’ll be getting stronger, so you have nothing to lose! And, there are plenty of other orgasms you can also try to have. 

No matter what kind of orgasms you’re aiming to have, we’re here to help at Boudoir Noir. Shop online or visit one of our locations in Fort Wayne or Evansville. 

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