You might think your vagina is fit as a fiddle, but sex and relationships coach, Kim Anami, makes the case for putting the old girl on a weight lifting regime. If you’re not convinced that pumping your punani up is important, please watch her video, which enumerates the many reasons why you should attach a kettle bell to your cooter right this instant. So, you can use your vadge to do party tricks, open pickle jars and save lives. But no, really. Vaginal prolapse. [YouTube]
Introducing the PantyO, a pair of undies that force you to do your recommended daily kegel exercises. The panties, adorned with Swarovski crystals (but why?), come with a one-inch long silicone extension, which goes into the vagina and provides a “focus point” for kegels. OK. So let’s just break this down here. I get that kegels are important — they keep your bladder in tip-top condition and strengthen the pelvic wall and make you more orgasmic and stuff. I’m not anti-kegel. BUT … do I need to do my kegels while I’m trying to live my life? Do I need to walk around with the equivalent of a one-inch dildo inside of me all day? Like while I’m at work, out running errands or at dinner with friends? NO. That sounds awkward. Not to mention uncomfortable. But maybe I’m just being obtuse or something. People, please tell me if I am missing something here. Would you pay $85 to wear these Swarovski crystal encrusted kegel panties? [Daily Mail UK]
Living a healthy lifestyle is imperative for a long and happy life. If you work out your off to a good start, but being in good shape is not only beneficial to your health; it is now beneficial to your vagina. That’s right, you read correctly. Not only can you now get a personal trainer to get your body into shape, you can get a personal trainer to get your vagina into shape. Your vagina can be worked out, and in doing so you can improve your love muscles and your sex life. After the jump, read more about how you can improve your vaginal muscles.
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In July, we learned about the woman with the world’s strongest vagina. Tatiana Kozhevnikova spent 15 years strengthening her lady parts with custom-made glass balls and worked her way up to lifting 31 lbs.
The practice of strengthening your hoo-ha by putting a ball up there isn’t new, though it’s not something we hear much about these days. Apparently, these exercises go back to ancient China, when the queen and concubines were taught how to do them in the Royal Palace so they would please the king while making love. Keep reading »
I’m sure your vagina is impressive, but can it lift 31 lbs? Russian mom, Tatiata Kozhevnikova, 42, was feelin’ a little loosey-goosey after giving birth. Instead of just doing kegels like the rest of us, she decided to challenge herself and become a below-the-belt strong woman.
Tatiana read up on the ancient Dao practice of using a small wooden exercise ball to flex the muscles in your hoo-ha. So, she grabbed one of her favorite knick-knacks, a Murano glass ball, off the shelf and dunked it in her hoop. Now, that’s a crafty way to get your husband to stop complaining about your costly tchotchke clutter! But unfortunately, it sorta got lost up there. “It took me ages to get it out!” Tatiana said. We hope she was exaggerating. Keep reading »
Dr. Lauri Romanzi, a gynecologist who performs pelvic reconstruction surgery, will open the first spa dedicated to strengthening and grooming a woman’s genitals in Manhattan this month. Taking a cue from the creation of storefront dental spas, like BriteSmile, Dr. Romanzi developed her own concept of pelvic fitness. PHIT — short for pelvic health integrated techniques — will help women get healthy from the inside out with the use of Kegel exercises and laser treatments. We’re all for women taking care of their junk, but you can strengthen their vaginal muscles with products sold at adult stores, like Tighten Up or Ben Wa balls, for a lot cheaper than PHIT’s $150 signature gynecological exam. [NY Times] Keep reading »