Best Vagina Tightening Exercises to Strengthen your Pelvic Floor

Have you met a hot guy on the best hookup sites 2021 and want to surprise him in bed by vagina tightening? A woman who has learned to control her vagina muscles can give her beloved incomparable pleasure and experience a bright vaginal orgasm. In addition, it has been proven that the tone of intimate muscles, as an endless source of vital and sexual energy, keeps a woman young and attractive for a long time, makes her confident, radiates joy, and attracts love. Strong pelvic floor muscles improve intimate health and help to cope with some problems. Are there sexual intimacy exercises for partners? Do you want to learn more?

There are specific sexual exercises for sexual performance and strengthening the vaginal muscles. Here are the most effective ones.

Exercises for Beginners

First, you need to determine your intimate muscles and control them. To do this, try stopping urination when you go to the bathroom. If you can tighten these muscles without using the glutes and abdominal muscles, then start training. If, along with the vaginal muscles, the gluteal and abdominal muscles work, first learn to separate and tighten these muscle groups one by one.

What exercises can you do in bed? You can perform the first step anywhere you want. The first week: Tense muscles rhythmically for 8-10 seconds, 5-10 sets 6 times a day. The second week: 50 sets 6 times a day. After a month of regular training, you can reduce your exercise frequency to 25.

When you have achieved a certain skill in the previous sexual exercises for sexual energy, get vaginal balls (for a start, choose silicone with minimum weight and a diameter of 1 inch). Disinfect and lubricate it before use. Insert it inside and try to hold for at least 1 minute at first, gradually increasing the exercise duration to 5 minutes. However, do not overdo it. Extra-tight vaginal muscles can lead to condom breakage, pain in the partner, or difficult childbirth.

Then you can move on to pushing out. To do this, push lightly and combine these exercises with tightening, but do not overdo it, as this is dangerous by organ prolapse. 5-10 times a day are enough.

Advanced Mode

Take a kegel ball or special egg. Do the exercises while standing. Imagine your vagina muscles, divide them into three parts:

  • The lower part is the muscles at the opening of the vagina.
  • The middle part is the muscles of the vagina itself.
  • The upper part is the uppermost part of the vagina (where the cervix is).

Tighten the muscles of the first section. Then take a deep breath and squeeze the muscles of the second section, holding the ball. At the initial stage of sexual exercises for sexual desire, the number of repetitions should not exceed 7-10 times; later, you can try 20-30.

When the previous exercise becomes easy, try to learn how to move the ball up and down and from side to side (5-10 times a day).

The next step is to tighten the third section. Try to hold the ball with the lower section and push it out with the upper one.

Hone your skill with the following sexual exercises: Insert two balls into the vagina and try to push them against each other (start with 3 times and move to 15 times a day.)

For best results, you should do 150 sets daily (in different combinations). You need to come to this gradually – starting with 5 exercises 6 times a day, adding 5 exercises every day.


Check with your gynecologist before exercising. Vaginal muscle training is not recommended for pregnant women, women with acute or chronic diseases of the genitourinary system, tumors, STD, and any diagnosis in which sex is temporarily prohibited.

With regular sexual exercises, you can tone your vaginal muscles, which will certainly improve your intimate health and make your sex more intense. Make training a part of your self-care!

Have you tried to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles? Please share your experience in the comments below.

Rising Trend of Designer Vagina’s

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In a world where one can easily take a holiday to an exotic country to get their medical procedures done, it’s no shock that cosmetic surgery is on the rise. But it’s not Botox or boob jobs that are the latest trend, it’s “Designer Vaginas“. A Designer Vaginas is when a woman has her labia surgically altered to her specification which is otherwise known as Labiaplasty. A recent study shows that 80% of vaginal surgeries are to reduce or reshape the labia.

Occasionally, some women will need to have Labiaplasty surgery for medical reasons, such as labia so large that it causes extreme chaffing and pain during every day activities; though it is completely normal for a women to have folds around the vaginal opening and usually nothing to worry about.  Increasingly, a lot of women are getting Labiaplasty surgery as they are displeased with the appearance or presentation of their labia, even though their ‘junk’ is medically seen as perfectly normal.

This was shown recently in a controversial and rather horrifying story where a mother has sent her 15 year old daughter to a specialist to get a Designer Vagina because she thought her daughter’s genitals were “abnormal”. The mother is causing a huge scene worldwide after fighting against doctors professional opinions, exclaiming that:

“Normal women are neater”

And that her daughter:

 “Will never be able to have sex looking like that”.

This is literally the craziest story I’ve ever read… First of all: My mum has seen me naked on lots of occasions, but never right up and personal. She was definitely not close enough to make a comment on the aesthetic of my labia, that’s for sure! Second of all, those early teen years are full of enough insecurities and social anxieties without your OWN MOTHER unnecessarily saying you’re abnormal and that no one is every going to want to have sex with you. What a horrible thing to say to your child!


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Statistics are saying that whilst many people think insecurities come about by pornography, the truth is many women say they’ve seen their friends, family members and other people undressing in change rooms and they “just didn’t look the same”. Fair enough, though no excuse to publicly humiliate your daughter for the way her labia looks.  The trouble is, there is no:

“‘Measurable’ way to tell what’s ‘normal'”

With regards to labia and their size/appearance. Cultures play a massive part in determining the ‘normal’ size of a labia and what is desired. For example, it is well known that in Japanese cultures, larger labia are more desired and thought to be more appealing, whilst in our culture a smaller and ‘neater’ labia is more sought after.

So, what are the risks associated with Labiaplasty Surgery?

  • Loss of sensitivity
  • Over cutting
  • Under cutting
  • Patient not happy with the result
  • You cannot wear tampons, have sex or work out for 6 weeks (sometimes longer) after the surgery
  • Risks of infection
  • Sitting down and walking is uncomfortable for a few weeks
  • Time off of work is necessary

So even after taking into consideration all of the above risks and that under the law, the surgery is not even legally allowed to be done to a minor (a child under the age of 18) for just ‘aesthetic’, the mother is still fighting to get her daughter a “designer vagina”.  While the surgery remains controversial and definitely not for everyone, it would be unfair to rule out ALL reasons for getting Designer Vaginas and one must understand the extreme distress the surgery may relieve to some women.

Our vagina’s are equally as unique as any other thing that is on our body whether its our body types, our face shape, hair or eye colours. There is absolutely no normal type of way a vagina or labia should look. Over time our bodies do change due to hormones, age or changes in lifestyles. You may even find due to your weight your vagina may get bigger or thinner. Or even depending how much your body naturally lubricates may effect its texture. Maybe there is a place for Designer Vagina’s, after all we can do is what make’s us feel better about ourselves to improve our self esteem or we might need it for sexual health reasons.