Vaginal weightlifting has a plethora of benefits, from personal and spiritual to physical and orgasmic, so it’s no wonder why this is a trend that many women are looking to jump in to. Through vaginal weightlifting, a woman can strengthen her pelvic floor, vaginal muscles, and entire pelvic region through light vaginal lifting resistance, and this goes along with all of the nerve endings and blood vessels within the region. Not only will she be able to have better access to G-spot orgasms, but she can achieve better sexual sensitivity as well, allowing her to completely transform what she knows about her sexual abilities using only one type of exercise!
To get in on the benefits of vaginal weightlifting, one must first consider their own safety and how they want to go about building their own vaginal strength. With vaginal weightlifting, it’s best to start out small and work your way up, as you would with regular body weightlifting, as this is the best way to build your strength while avoiding any potential injury. The vagina is filled with muscle, tendons, and nerves, and it’s important to take care to keep the health of these in mind when building vaginal strength!
To begin in vaginal weightlifting, you’ll want to start with the lightest weights possible, and see how your vagina can handle holding up these small weights. There are vaginal weightlifting sets available that allow women to have all they need to start off small, and work their way up, and this can also give them a way to see just what they’re comfortable with. In starting with a vaginal weightlifting kit or regimen, you’ll want to first insert your smallest vaginal weightlifting ball or egg, typically between 1 and 2 ounces, and stand vertically to see how this weight works for you.
In the beginning, it’s important not to overdo it with the weight or weightlifting. Like learning a new physical workout regimen, too much can be hazardous, and it’s best to try lifting the weight around twice per week for just a few minutes to start. As the weight lifting with the smallest weight becomes easier, lifting more often may be something you want to try.
As you start feeling more and more comfortable with the weight on a more frequent basis, you may want to then move up to the next level, and in vaginal weightlifting kits, this is usually a weight of around 2 to 3 ounces. Keeping up with your routine, start out using these weights for shorter lengths of time and less frequently throughout the week, building up your strength until more frequent lifting sessions become comfortable, and then you can move on to the next size and start the process all over again!
Vaginal weightlifting isn’t scary, embarrassing, or painful, and it is something that comes along with a ton of health, personal, and sexual benefits. By beginning a vaginal weightlifting routine, you’ll begin to see quite quickly the sexual benefits that are in store, and you’ll realize just how much better things can become when you keep up your strength! Check out the video below of women trying out vaginal weightlifting for the first time, it’s pretty awesome.
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