Did you know that it is possible to orgasm whilst working out?
How much easier do you think getting in shape and shredded would be if every workout session was well…orgasmic.
Learn the art of coreplay, super charge your workouts with the coregasm and get in the best shape of your life.
What People Are Saying
We asked our readers if they had ever experienced a coregasm (when you orgasm whilst doing a core exercise or workout) and within 2 days received over 200 emails from many saying they had.
Surprised but excited, we commissioned a survey to get an idea of how many people have experienced a coregasm and how the possibility of having one would change peoples attitudes towards their workouts. By speaking with *2,139 women and 2,054 men with gym memberships, we found that:
Female Gym Goers
- Only 3% of female gym goers have experienced a coregasm.
- Only 7% knew that it is possible to orgasm whilst working out.
- 81% would workout at least 4 times a week if they thought that there was a chance of them achieving a coregasm during even 1 of the sessions.
- 96% said that they would only try to achieve a coregasm whilst working out at home.
- 4% said that they would attempt to achieve one at home, the gym or whilst working out outside.
- 62% said that they would try some coreplay with a partner.
- 99% said that they would try to achieve a coregasm at some point in the future.
Male Gym Goers
- 6% of male gym goers have experienced a coregasm.
- 9% knew that is is possible to orgasm whilst working out.
- Only 49% would workout at least 4 times a week if they thought that there was a chance of them achieving a coregasm during 1 of the sessions.
- 85% said that they would only try to achieve a coregasm whilst working out at home.
- 10% said that they would attempt to achieve one at home or whilst working out outside.
- 5% said that they would attempt to achieve one at home, the gym or whilst working out outside.
- 51% said that they would try some coreplay with a partner.
- 69% said that they would try to achieve a coregasm at some point in the future.
The Guide to The Coregasm
A coregasm is when you orgasm whilst doing a core exercise or workout (Healthline). It can happen when you are engaging your muscles to stabalize your core and you contract your pelvic floor muscles as a result (the pelvic floor muscles can play a key role in achieving an orgasm).
Whilst the phenomenon has been trending lately as more of us have been forced to workout in the comfort of our own homes, it is actually something that scientists have been aware of since the 1950s. You may find it referred to as an exercise-induced orgasm (EIO) or exercise-induced sexual pleasure (EISP) in some medical literature.
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The Art of Coreplay in 4 Easy Steps
1. Make sure that you are doing the right exercises
One of the most important parts in learning how-to experience a coregasm is to make sure that you are doing the right exercises. Exercises which are known to cause coregasms include:
- crunches (and side crunches)
- leg or knee lifts
- hip thrusts
- hanging straight leg raises
- planks and plank variations
- rope or pole climbing
- pull-ups or chin-ups
- hamstring curls
So, to give yourself the best chance of greatly enjoying your workout, make sure you are doing the above exercises regularly.
Note: It is thought that doing 20 – 30 minutes of cardio to warm up can help increase arousal and prime you for a coregasm.
Men can also have a coregam. In order to increase their chances of doing so, they should focus on the following exercises:
- weight lifting
Best save these workouts for at home though…
2. Challenge Yourself & Your Body
The next step in attaining the coregasm is to make sure that you are challenging yourself in your core workouts. High-intensity workouts are thought to bring about a coregasm quicker than low-intensity ones.
3. Incorporate Kegel exercises in your routine
Another one of the most important parts of reaching the coregasm is to incorporate Kegel exercises in your workout routines.
A Kegel exercise is a clench and release of the pelvic floor muscles. Not only is strengthening these muscles helpful in reaching climax, they offer a number of other health benefits as well (they support the womb, the bladder and the bowels). You can find more details about Kegel exercises here.
4. Clear your mind
Finally, make sure that you clear your mind before starting your workout. I know…easier said than done when you are well…frustrated. However, you are very unlikely to achieve a coregasm if you are hyper-focused on having one.
So, do some belly breathing before you begin, light some scented candles and get that 50 shades audio book on blast!
Can men experience a coregasm?
Good news boys, yes! Men can experience a coregasm if they train hard enough. Please find the suggested exercises to encourage satisfaction above and men will also need to learn how to work those pelvic floor muscles.
Can I get a six pack through coregasming?
I don’t see why not. If you are following any workout routine consistently and partnering it with a healthy and well-rounded diet, you should eventually get yourself a six pack.
Is this why I always hear obnoxious grunting coming from the weights area?
Potentially, those gym buddies do always seem awfully close don’t they…
Can I do this with a partner?
Yes! Spice up those at-home workouts by both working towards a coregasm. Do not put any pressure on your partner though. Nothing ruins the mood like pressure!
Disclaimer: Some may find it difficult or even impossible to have a coregasm. This is only a guide on how you can improve your chances of experiencing one. Nothing on this page should be taken as medical advice and please check with a qualified medical professional before starting any new exercise routine or implementing any lifestyle changes.
*The survey was taken by 2,139 women and 2,054 men between the ages of 18 and 35 who had an active gym membership in the past 12 months.