Can exercise induce orgasms?

likeaboss

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They say that exercise releases endorphins but for some women it releases much more! A new study reports that working out will actually induce orgasm. Who knew? This innovative study showed that exercise-induced orgasms are more than frequent than one might have thought! An online survey distributed to women, from Indiana University, revealed that nearly 50% felt exercise-induced sexual pleasure and about 25% experience orgasms during a routine workout. This study is groundbreaking in proving that orgasms are not solely based on sexual activity. What’s the magic, most common move that seems to trigger orgasm? Abdominal exercises! From the women who participated in the survey, 52 % of the women who experience these fitness orgasms said they’d had one in connection with abdominal work in the past 90 days. Bring on the sit-ups!

source: CAN EXERCISE INDUCE ORGASMS? | Beauty Undercover
 

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Orgasms tended to occur after multiple sets of crunches or some other abdominal exercise rather than after just a couple repetitions.

Exercise-induced orgasms may be one way for scientists, and women themselves, to learn about the process of orgasm.

Women may not need a guy, a vibrator, or any other direct sexual stimulation to have an orgasm, finds a new study on exercise-induced orgasms and sexual pleasure.

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The open-ended questions also revealed the orgasms tended to occur after multiple sets of crunches or some other abdominal exercise rather than after just a couple repetitions; they also seemed to happen after the woman had really exerted herself.

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"We had at least one woman in the study who was a virgin, and she really loved that she could have these experiences at the gym," Herbenick said.

The researchers aren't sure why certain exercises lead to orgasm or sexual pleasure, though Herbenick hopes to tease out the trigger in ongoing research.

"It may be that exercise, which is already known to have significant benefits to health and well-being, has the potential to enhance women's sexual lives as well," Herbenick said, adding that it isn't clear whether these exercises could actually enhance women's sexual experiences.

No Sex Required: Women Have Orgasms at the Gym : Discovery News
 

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Yah, i also agree that good physics actually ensure a healthy physical relationship. But does it mean that we should start exercising without having a realistic plan? I hope we should not.

If there is any guy who has been looking for a realistic workout plan then i recommend to watch couple of video tutorials of Edward Checo.

Realistic start is more meaningful than unrealistic start.