Olympic Vagina Exercises

Olympic Vagina Exercises

Pelvic Floor Podium

Just because we aren’t olympians doesn’t mean we can’t train our vaginas in Olympic fashion. This is our round up of the best pelvic floor and vagina muscle strengthening exercises we could find. All you have to do to win gold here is learn how to incorporate these into your daily exercise routine. Let the games begin.

Kegels
I can strengthen my pelvic floor while sitting on my couch and watching pairs figure skating?? Sign me up. You may know the drill here, but it’s worth repeating. A kegel is when you contract and relax your pelvic floor muscles as a way of making them stronger. Bless the Mayo Clinic for gifting us with this stunner of an image; “Imagine you are sitting on a marble and tighten your pelvic muscles as if you're lifting the marble. Try it for three seconds at a time, then relax for a count of three.” They recommend doing three sets of ten to fifteen repetitions each day.

Bridge Hold
If you’ve ever done yoga, then this one’s familiar. It’s more or less a special plant just for your pelvic floor. Lay on your back and rise into the bridge position. Be sure to squeeze your booty and tighten your lower abdominals. The longer you can hold it the more you’ll start to feel the exercise in your pelvic region and your vaginal muscles will start to tighten.

Pelvic Thrusts
Pelvic thrusts are super simple. It involves, well, just a lot of pelvic thrusting. Add some intensely by putting weights on your lower abdomen. Rest your upper body on the bed or a chair and move your lower in an up-down motion.

Weighted Squats
What to get a juicier butt, stronger vaginal muscles and a stronger pelvic floor all in one go? Look no further than weighted squats. They are pretty much another variation on kegels, but with burning thighs. What’s not to love? Add weights around your waist to keep the burn coming and try to hold the squat position as long as you can or for a number of intervals.