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Fitness Increases Women's Chances of Having Orgasms

by Rajashri on July 23, 2008 at 3:56 PM
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 Fitness Increases Women's Chances of Having Orgasms

A new study says that physically fit women have a greater number of orgasms.

According to the study, women who do special regular pelvic floor exercises increase their chances of climaxing.


In the study, about 82 per cent of women shown how to do the programmes reported a vastly improved sex life within four weeks.

And 92 per cent admitted wanting to be shown the routines, according to a poll of 2,000 women in the run up to National Orgasm Day on July 31.

"These exercises will improve and rekindle millions of relationships," The Sun quoted a spokesman for www.orgasmsurvey.com, as saying.

Source: ANI
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