It is possible to have an orgasm during exercise, a phenomenon known as a coregasm. This is more common than you might think and may make your workouts more enjoyable.
What is a Coregasm?
A coregasm is an orgasm that is triggered by physical exercise. It is most commonly reported to occur during core workouts, but can also be achieved through other types of physical activity such as biking, running, swimming, weightlifting, or yoga. The occurrence of exercise-induced orgasms is not well understood, but it is believed to be more common than previously thought. Some researchers believe that the release of endorphins and other neurotransmitters during physical activity may contribute to the experience of a coregasm.
Who can have it?
It is possible to experience orgasm during exercise, known as a "coregasm," which can occur during various workouts including core exercises, biking, running, swimming, weightlifting, or yoga. The cause of a coregasm is not fully understood, but it is thought to be related to body alignment, anatomy, and emotional state. In women, it may be caused by pelvic floor contractions and pressure on the pelvis and genitalia, while in men it may be caused by internal muscle pressure stimulating the prostate. Exercise can also create physical and mental arousal leading to orgasm.
What does it feel like?
People who have experienced a coregasm, or exercise-induced orgasm, often describe it as feeling different from other types of orgasms. It is generally described as occurring deeper in the body and being more muscular in nature, with less of the tingling sensation often associated with clitoral orgasms. Some people also report being able to control the onset of a coregasm, meaning they can stop it before it fully happens.
Orgasms during exercise, called coregasms, can be achieved by engaging certain muscles through exercises such as the captain's chair, flutter kicks, hip thrusts, squats, lifted lotus pose, plow pose, or pigeon pose. These exercises engage the lower abdominal muscles and the pelvic floor, and may result in a deeper, more muscular orgasm that is different from other types of orgasms. However, not everyone is able to achieve a coregasm, and the experience may vary from person to person.
How to achieve a coregasm?
Factors like body alignment, anatomy, and emotional state can all influence the likelihood of experiencing a coregasm. To increase the chances of having a coregasm, it may be helpful to do some cardiovascular exercise to increase blood flow, work the core muscles intensely, pay attention to the body and sensations during exercise, and do Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. However, it is important to note that there is limited research on the subject and the experience of a coregasm may differ from person to person.
How to avoid having a coregasm?
Coregasms, or orgasms during exercise, are possible and may be more common than previously thought. They can occur during various types of exercise, but are most frequently associated with core workouts. Factors such as body alignment, anatomy, and emotional state can influence a person's ability to have a workout orgasm. In women, coregasms are thought to be caused by pelvic floor recoil and in men, they are thought to be caused by internal muscle pressure stimulating the prostate. It's important to note that not everyone can have a coregasm and that's perfectly fine. To prevent them, it's recommended to not overwork the abdominal muscles and to be mindful of the body during exercise.