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What is the PC Muscle?
Strong VS. Weak PC Muscle
Dr Arnold Kegel (1894–1981)
Many people automatically associate kegel weights with new motherhood. The truth is, the rewards of kegel exercise go far beyond just strengthening your kegel muscle post-pregnancy. Did you know that by strengthening your kegel muscle you can have a better sex life? Experience better orgasms? It can even help those that are preparing to have a child!
There are a variety of kegel exercise devices on the market, including kegel balls and kegel weights, which can help with the process. We’ve tested most of the kegel weights on the market, and learned a thing or two along the way. After all of our research, we’ve created a guide to Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Kegel Weights
At Gynie, we’re kegel strength and weight training experts. We’ve tested most of the kegel exercise devices on the market, and learned a thing or two along the way. After all of our research, we’ve created a guide to Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Kegel Balls
To compare – with regular Kegels the pelvic floor muscles are contracted and trained while in reverse kegels, the muscles are elongated and relaxed. If you want to learn more about how to do reverse kegels with your Gynie Trainer – read more about it here.
In Sanskrit Mula means root, and thus Mula Bandha is the root lock. To find it, sit, stand, or even be in asana. Contract the muscles at the bottom of the pelvic floor, behind the cervix. There are many benefits to doing Mula Bandha! Physically, it strengthens and stabilizes the whole pelvic area. It can even help prevent injuries by centering the body.
Internally, Mula Bandha helps create optimal well-being. Helps you learn how to connect and unite with your entire being –
A queef is the sound a vagina makes when it sucks in a bunch of air for no reason, and then blows it back out. This sound is loud, disruptive, and often vibrates.
A strong PC muscle makes it easier for a woman to reach an orgasm! That is because an orgasm is a contraction of the PC muscle, along with the mind-body connection and of course the emotional aspect. There are different types of orgasms you can experience including the clitoris, vaginal, G-Spot, full-body, and many more!
The clitoris orgasm is the easiest to achieve because it happens when the clitoris is stimulated. The vaginal and G-Spot orgasm is deeper and more intense. It is definitely easier to achieve with a sculpted PC muscle. It requires you to let go of the dark thoughts you never speak of because you are ashamed or afraid.
AKA “Squirting orgasm” – is the expulsion of fluid by the paraurethral ducts through and around the human female urethra during or before an orgasm. The strength of the PC muscle plays a big role in the ability to control this.
the fluid that comes out is actually a transparent liquid that comes partially from your vaginal glands and urethra. This liquid only comes out at the peak of an orgasm. What’s intriguing is that this liquid isn’t meant for lubricating reasons, it is simply only to express your extreme pleasure.
The deep core stability muscles include:
* Pelvic floor muscles ( PC Muscle -pubococcygeus muscle)
* Transversus abdominis (the deepest abdominal muscle)
* Rectus Abdominis (“abdominals” or “abs”)
* Internal and external Obliques
* Multifidus (smallest yet most powerful muscle that gives support to the spine)
The main function of the Core is to stabilize and protect the spine and Pelvis when the rest of the body is in motion.
Other commonly used words for PC muscle and this area/ realm of muscles
Potential disadvantages of weak PC muscle
Sexual Dysfunction – Persistent, recurrent problems with sexual response, desire, orgasm or pain – that distress you or strain your relationship with your partner – are known medically as female sexual dysfunction. Inability to reach orgasm.
Diastasis recti (also known as abdominal separation) is commonly defined as a gap of roughly 2.7 cm or greater between the two sides of the rectus abdominis muscle. The distance between the right and left rectus abdominis muscles is created by the stretching of the linea alba, a connective collagen sheath created by the aponeurosis insertions of the transverse abdominis, internal oblique, and external oblique. This can happen after childbaring.