And the world record goes to…
Tatyana Kozhevnikova can lift 31lbs… with her vagina. No seriously. Crazy eh?
She does it by inserting a small ball like device inside of her, then a weight is attached at the other end of a thin rope by a hook. She holds the weight steady by squeezing the muscles in her pelvic floor and can perform several, typical exercises with the weight inside her.
She wasn’t always able to do this: after having a baby, she has weakened pelvic muscles and sought to strengthen them. She trained slowly over time (15 years) and eventually developed a better device to target the muscles. This device turned into a series of fitness DVD’s and products that can help other women strengthen their vaginas too.
The tightening and toning of your core muscles (like power kegels) can lead to better sexual response in women… and men. :)
Check out an excerpt from her DVD series below. Wild. :)
You can do this? Lol, no way!
I think this story is funny, but it brings up some important thoughts about what it means to be married these days. In a legal sense anyways.
And, on another tangent, how do you think this would have played out in the news if the situation was the other way around? “Man sues wife for not putting out?” (Ohhh, I can already hear the lady bloggers seething)
London, Sep 7 (IANS) A man has been ordered to pay his ex-wife thousands of pounds in damages for failing to have enough sex with her during their 21-years of marriage.
The 51-year-old has been fined 8,500 pounds under article 215 of France’s civil code, which states married couples must agree to a ‘shared communal life’, Daily Express reported.
The judge ruled that this law implies ‘sexual relations must form part of a marriage’.
The rare legal decision came after the wife filed for divorce two years ago, blaming the break-up on her ex’s lack of activity in the bedroom.
A judge had granted the divorce and ruled the husband, named only as Jean-Louis B, was solely responsible for the split. But his 47-year-old former wife then took him back to court demanding the cash in compensation for ‘lack of sex over 21 years of marriage’.
But a judge in the south of France’s highest court in Aix-en-Provence ruled: ‘A sexual relationship between husband and wife is the expression of affection they have for each other, and in this case it was absent. By getting married, couples agree to sharing their life and this clearly implies they will have sex with each other.’
We all know about the benefits of getting enough exercise. Exercise can boost your confidence, make you feel energized and can certainly add oomph to your sex life. Not sold yet? What if exercise alone could INDUCE orgasm? Yes, we’re talking Coregasms people. And yes, they are REAL.
Coregasm: Exercise induced orgasms caused by the stimulation of pubbococcygeus muscles (PC muscles) during core or abdominal exercises.