The Workout Moves Proven to Power Up Your Orgasms (VIDEO)

woman doing a plank at the gymBusy, overscheduled, stressed? Then you probably wish you were having more sex and better orgasms. In fact, pharmaceutical companies have been trying so hard to create a "female Viagra" that would help women enhance their O. But there's absolutely NO need to pop a pill when you could easily power up your climaxes by simply adding a few smart moves to your fitness routine.

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Celebrity trainer Anna Kaiser recently showed viewers 5 fab exercises she loves for even more mind-blowing orgasms. Check out the fun, cheeky clip.

Whether this particular workout appeals to you or not, the general idea is that you want to focus on moves that will target your pelvic floor and core. 

"Your PC muscles stretch across most of your pelvis, kind of like a hammock, and contribute to your core strength," explains sex therapist Vanessa Marin. "You can strengthen your PC muscles, which will help improve your chances of orgasm and increase the power of your orgasm."

Yep, these are the same muscles you can work with Kegel exercises, but it's not uncommon to wonder if you're not doing those right. If you're struggling to zero in on the right spot, do this the next time you're in the bathroom: "Before your bladder is empty, try to stop yourself from urinating," Marin says. "The muscles you have to use to do that are your PC muscles."

The best news is that you don't have to go to the gym to work on your PC muscles. You can easily do PC muscle squeezes just about anywhere -- in the car, at your desk, at the dinner table ... No, seriously!

"You can do three sets of 10 quick pulses," recommends Marin. "Squeeze your PC muscles and release immediately, 10 times in a row. Take a quick break, then repeat that sequence three times. Next, you can squeeze the muscles and hold them for as long as you can. After a few seconds, you’ll probably lose control of the muscle and feel it release on it’s own. That’s normal. Repeat this process 10 times. You want to gradually work your way up to holding for 7-10 seconds at a time."

But if you're inclined to build certain moves into your fitness routine, try incorporating more core-strengthening moves -- like simple planks, or bridges. Ab work has been shown to actually trigger orgasms -- because it puts stimulating pressure on the clitoris -- so it's no wonder sex researchers advocate doing more of it to bolster your bedtime romps!

One of the easiest go-to moves you can do in or out of the gym is a wide bridge, says Jennifer McCamish, a former Radio City Rockette and owner of Dancers Shape barre studio in Austin, Texas.

To do: "Lay on your back with your knees bent and feet wider than your hips," suggests McCamish. "Allow your knees to rotate open, so that your knees track over your toes. Dig your heels into the floor, and lift your toes towards the ceiling." Then, lift your hips and try to maintain a straight line from your shoulders to your knees and hold for 10 to 30 seconds, then lower. (You can always work your way up from a shorter to longer amount of time.)

In addition to making for an amplified O, bridges will open the hips and strengthen the glutes, so that you're able to thrust more comfortably, notes McCamish.

But whether you decide to do targeted moves during your next workout or do a few planks or PC muscle squeezes during your next binge-watch of The Bachelor, there's certainly no harm in trying. After all, shoring up your pelvic floor and core even a bit more could lead to a major payoff between the sheets!

Which of these moves would you try? Have you tried?

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