Squat and Squeeze!
Okay, the debates have been raging forever over what makes a vagina loose or tight! Does age play a factor causing older women to have looser vaginas than younger women? Does childbirth permanently expand the vagina? If a woman engages in lots of sexual activity will she stretch out her vagina? There appear to be no clear-cut answers. Many times, it is contingent on the individual woman’s physiology. And believe it or not there are some medical professionals that say only in a few select circumstances can a woman’s vagina become permanently loose or “stretched out”.
So, since nobody but the woman whose vagina it is knows for sure, we are giving 7 ways to tighten those vaginal muscles whether they’re loose or not! Photo via naked underground Yoga
We can’t over emphasis how beneficial yoga is, and that goes not only your vaginal muscles, but your entire body and mind. We don’t care if you have the tightest vag on the planet, take a yoga class at least once a week. Trust us, it will change your life…for the better.
Photo via colourfulrebel The Klassic Kegel
We’ve all heard of the Kegel exercise, but very few women actually perform them. Here is a quick rundown on how to do it. 1. Locate the muscles you use to stop your flow of urine. 2. Empty your bladder. 3. Lie on your back and squeeze your pelvic floor muscle (those pee muscles). 4. Hold the contraction for 15 seconds. Try to avoid the clenching of the abdomen, thighs, and butt at the same time. 5. Relax for 10 seconds and contract for 10 seconds. 6. Repeat 12 times.
Okay you may have never heard of these things, but they are out there and apparently pretty popular. Basically, they're weights that you insert into your vagina and hold in place by squeezing your pelvic muscles. Some base the length of time you hold the cones (of varying weight) while walking and other while standing. Depending on the set you buy follow their instructions.
These are not some quack device, are very effective and are recommended by many urologists. Leg Lifts
You remember these from gym class. You hated them then and you’ll hate them again now, but they will tighten your vagina right up. 1. Lie on your back with your legs straight out. 2. Lift one leg at a time and make sure not to bend your leg at the knee. 3. Repeat with each leg for a minimum of ten times on each leg. This exercise not only works your vaginal muscles but also your legs, back, and core.
The Food You Eat
Diet is always at the forefront for naturally keeping a person in good health and that includes keeping a zsa-zsa nice and tight. Pelvic muscles enjoy a hearty diet of foods that are high in natural estrogens. Here goes, load up on fenugreek, sesame seeds, pomegranates, soybeans, yams, carrots, wheat berries and apples. Don’t forget to include wholegrain organic carbs and lean animal protein. It’s like a body builder’s diet for your vaginal muscles.
We all see those guys doing squats at the gym with 3000 lbs. on their back. Well, you are going to do the same exercise sans the 3000 lbs. Here’s how to do a squat correctly. 1. Stand with your feet slightly wider than your hips, position your toes out at about a 30 degrees angle. Be sure you are on a level surface. 2. Bend at the hips as if you were to sit onto a bench. 3. Rise back up by straighten your hips and legs pushing back on your heels so not to roll forward on your toes.
You may want someone with you when you first try this, just in case you lose your balance. V-Tight Gel
There is a product on the market called V-Tight Gel. We haven’t tried the product; however, it claims to be able to “tighten vaginal slackness and restore its firmness” by using “naturally organic ingredients that are clinically proven". According to reviews this cream is best used in conjunction with some of the exercises we previously have discussed.