There is no doubt that improving the quality of your sex life is a great incentive to train the pelvic floor.
We will give you 5 reasons why it is worthwhile to incorporate hypopressive exercises in your routine … your body will thank you and your partner too.
The knowledge of your body is vital during sex . The pelvic musculature is responsible for supporting and controlling the organs of the lower abdomen: bladder, uterus, vagina, intestines and sexual sensations among others.
Hypopressive exercises help you tone and become aware of this part of your body. A healthy and toned musculature means more control which translates into more pleasure. If you practice constantly, in the medium term, you will notice an increase in sensitivity that can facilitate the arrival to orgasm .
- Libido and desire
The testosterone is a hormone produced by both men and women is directly related to sexual desire. Women produce them in the ovaries and in the adrenal glands.
Yogis used the Uddiyana Bandha (respiratory technique used in hypopressives) in order to decongest the viscera and relieve stress by activating the adrenal glands. When you practice active hypopressives these glands giving rise to an increase in sexual appetite. In short, less stress and more testosterone.
It is well known that physical exercise activates the production of endorphins. Endorphins cause a pleasant sensation when we do something beneficial for our body. It is like a reward of the body for treating it well.
The key is in the times you repeat then, there comes a time when a cycle of stimulus-response opens that will lead you to look for that sensation often; You treat your body well, he responds with a feeling of pleasure and you repeat because you want more.
Including hypopressives in your routine will make you want to get more physical activity and enjoy the reward in the form of endorphins more often.
Remember that we accept “SEX” as one of the most complete physical activities!
The female genitalia have a great vascularization and an infinity of nerve endings.
There are studies that show that regular exercise increases genital arousal in healthy women. Furthermore, there are studies that show an improvement of the femoral return circulation during the practice of hypopressive exercises.
The conclusion is that the practice of hypopressives may contribute to the increase of genital sensitivity due to the improvement of vascularization. The blood comes loaded with nutrients that improve the quality of the tissues, improving, among others, vaginal dryness.
Did you know that stress decreases the production of testosterone and causes what is known as inhibited sexual desire?
The diaphragm and breathing are intimately linked with stress. One of the cornerstones of the Hypopressive Technique is the training of respiratory parameters. By exercising the breath you will get a more relaxed diaphragm and greater oxygenation, which means reducing stress.
So you know, enjoy your sex life like never before! Put on comfortable clothes and train. Remember that you can find specific hypopressive exercises in B-wom’s Plan Increase Your Sexual Pleasure.
- Thyl et al. (2009)
- Thierney et al., (2012)