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Why escorts should consider pelvic floor exercises

Pelvic floor exercises are starting to be discussed more, yet the term still leaves many confused. However, these forgotten exercises can do wonders for your body, and escorts can even use them to elevate their services.

Today, we’re examining what they are, how they can help sex workers, and what you need to know before you begin.

Ready for a quick health class? Let’s get started.

What is a pelvic floor exercise?

Pelvic floor exercises (also known as Kegels) strengthen the muscles around the base of your pelvis. For women or anyone AFAB, they strengthen your uterus, bladder, vagina, and bowel.

It’s easy to forget about these muscles. But, like any other part of your body, they need attention. From improving your bowel and bladder function to boosting sexual function, you can spend time optimising these muscles to improve your quality of life and your client’s experience. A win-win!

Who needs pelvic floor exercises?

We can all benefit from a pelvic floor exercise. However, some life events and conditions require more focus on the pelvic floor.

For example, if you’ve had a baby, you might benefit from strengthening your pelvic floor. Likewise, as we grow older, we must invest more time into these muscles. But don’t worry if you’re new to PFE. You can start strengthening at any age.

Benefits of pelvic floor exercises

Unsure if these exercises are worth your time? Here are some main benefits you can achieve with a few daily exercises:

  • Makes passing urine easier
  • Improved bowel movements
  • Prevents pelvic floor prolapse
  • Treats urinary incontinence
  • Increases pleasure during sex
  • Reduces pain during sex
  • Makes child birthing easier and supports the baby

Of course, not all of these benefits will apply to everyone. It’s a common misconception that these exercises are only important for pregnant or elderly women. While these conditions require more pelvic care, these exercises improve life for everyone – including escorts.

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How can pelvic floor exercises help sex workers?

Pelvic floor exercises can specifically help sex workers, as strengthening your pelvic area improves the feeling of sex and reduces pain.

Some research shows that strong pelvic floor muscles can lead to increased sensitivity during sex and stronger orgasms. For men, it can reduce the symptoms of ED.

Pelvic floor exercise can even increase your overall awareness of your pelvic muscles, therefore bringing you more into the moment when having sex. It can also introduce you to new sensations you may not have noticed before.

Since pelvic floor therapy strengthens your body, it may also improve your body confidence and overall self-esteem. This will lead to better client interactions, as you will feel better about yourself and take control of the session.

Can pelvic floor exercises make sex feel better for clients?

Sometimes, clients will notice a strong pelvic floor. They might describe you as tighter or feel your muscles contract as you orgasm.

You can even practise pelvic floor movements while you have sex. This is a technique called pompoir, where you use your vaginal muscles to squeeze, pulse, and grip the penis. This is slightly different from pelvic floor exercises, as with these, you generally focus on “pulling up” your muscles. However, there is a significant overlap, and it’s a good idea to get to know both.

You might need some practice before you nail the pompoir technique, so start doing your Kegel exercises today to become familiar with the area.

What do you need to know before you start pelvic floor exercises?

While they are generally great for everyone, they can exacerbate pain. If you’re experiencing pelvic pain and discomfort, you should contact your doctor or GP for a quick assessment.

However, pelvic floor exercises are suitable for most people except in instances of pain. Start slowly and build up a routine over time. Again, stop exercising and contact a medical professional if anything feels “wrong” or hurts.

The 3 best pelvic floor exercises

Experiment with pelvic floor exercises and Kegels today. Here are three of the best ways to work your pelvic floor. You can do these in any comfortable position – including when chilling at home. Perfect!

1. Kegels

Kegels are the most popular type of pelvic floor exercise. For this exercise, you must contract the pelvic floor muscles (like you’re holding in a wee), hold them for five seconds, and then release them for five seconds. Repeat this three times a day in sets of ten.

2. Squats

Squats aren’t just for sculpting your behind. These movements can also strengthen your pelvic floor.

Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart to do an effective squat. Bend your knees like you’re about to sit, hold yourself for three seconds, and push back up. You should repeat this three times a day in sets of ten.

3. Bridges

Bridges strengthen the buttocks but can also help your pelvic area. To get started lay on the floor with your knees bent at a 90-degree angle.

Push your hips off the ground by squeezing your pelvic floor and glutes. Hold this pose for three seconds and release yourself back to the ground. Repeat this exercise three times a day in sets of ten.

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Do you have to do pelvic floor exercises every day?

Yes, it’s advised that you practise them every day. This might seem intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of them, they’re super quick and don’t take a lot of effort.

It’s normal to not see any improvement straight away. Usually, it takes several weeks to feel more strength. Be patient; building your pelvic floor is a lifetime habit you’ll benefit from.

Popular times to do pelvic floor muscle training include first thing in the morning, during pre-workout warmups, and before bed with calming yoga.

The takeaway

All escorts and sex workers should consider adding pelvic floor exercise into their routine. These movements are small yet mighty, from helping you satisfy clients to boosting your health and confidence.

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