Meet the coregasm, or exercise-induced orgasm. It's just what it sounds like — an orgasm prompted entirely by physical activity of a non-sexual nature. Researchers and fitness enthusiasts have known about coregasms for a long time.
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Exercise and sex are similar in more ways than one. For instance, they can both turn you into a sweaty, endorphin-flooded mess, and they both offer plenty of heart-healthy benefits. So on its face, a "coregasm," or exercise-induced orgasm EIOseems like an easy way to kill two birds with one very pleasurable stone. But in reality, exercise-induced orgasms are much more multifaceted than that.
There are many benefits to hitting the gym - setting yourself challenges, boosting your fitness levels and feeling that rush of endorphins course through your body. The coregasm was first described in by sexologist Alfred Kinsey in his book Sexual Behaviour in the Human Female. While the concept may have been circulating for more than half a century, one of the most in-depth studies into the coregasm only took place a mere seven years ago.
According to researchers, recent studies have shown that exercise can make people — mainly women — reach climax. Often referred to as coregasms these orgasmic reactions tend to occur when women practice core-strengthening exercises. Researchers at the Indiana University Center for Sexual Health Promotion found that women who did a variety of exercises — including crunches, weight lifting, rope climbing, yoga and even swimming — were able to induce an orgasm. The majority of participants of the study actually found themselves able to induce these orgasms whenever they wanted to without physically touching themselves.