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. The first authoritative study of the exercise-induced orgasm was published in in the Journal of Sexual and Relationship Therapy. While we've come a long way since then, Herbenick said it's still not entirely clear how the coregasm works. What is clear is that they're more common than previously though, said Herbenick, who in published "The Coregasm Workout" book as a follow-up to her research.
I Asked Experts to Explain Why I Orgasm When I Work Out
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!
CBS News Not only can exercise improve your health, a new study suggests it can make some women a lot happier. Researchers at Indiana University confirmed through a study that women can have orgasms while they exercise, sometimes called a "coregasm" because it often happens in conjunction with core abdominal muscle exercises. The study was published in a March 19 special issue of Sexual and Relationship Therapy.
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.