When a highly respected sex researcher writes a fitness book, you can expect something a little different. Debby Herbenick , Ph. What she found: At least 10 percent of all people — no matter the age, gender, or fitness level, experience orgasms while exercising. While getting off during a good workout is a great end goal for anyone, it's not as simple as a few extra sit-ups. Herbenick's new book, The Coregasm Workout , explains the phenomenon and presents workouts that may help you increase your chances of arousal or orgasm during exercise.
Study confirms some women orgasm during exercise - CBS News
You know how sex sometimes feels like a workout? Well, sometimes working out can feel a little bit like sex. In a landmark study published in Sexual and Relationship Therapy a few years ago, researchers surveyed women on their experiences with exercise-induced sexual pleasure and orgasm. Forty-six percent of the women reported arousal during exercise; twenty-three percent of them said they'd had a full-blown orgasm during a sweat session. Now that is a great workout! Researchers don't know exactly why exercise can be so arousing, says study co-author J.
Almost everyone is familiar with this story: A year-old boy in some small town is sitting in math class. He isn't thinking about anything in particular or maybe he's thinking about Victoria's Secret catalogues, I don't know. Suddenly, before he can really understand what's happening, he's got an erection. It's cool, he thinks.
A coregasm is an exercise-induced orgasm, which is actually the official term. It gets the term coregasm because it occurs most frequently when people are performing core workouts. Some people can reach an exercise orgasm from biking, running, swimming, or even yoga postures.