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It's true. The "coregasm" (exercise-induced orgasm) is a real thing. Researchers interviewed hundreds of women and discovered that not only does it exist, but it's a fairly common experience.
"A lot of exercise, when it's done properly, can get you in tune with your body. Sometimes you get in tune with it quicker than your mind can," says one survey participant.
While we're not necessarily suggesting you get your mojo on at the gym, the researchers point out that "exercise—which is already known to have significant benefits to health and well-being—has the potential to enhance women's sexual lives as well."
Make it happen: Most women reported getting the "tingly" feelings during some type of abdominal exercises, especially those that engage the pelvic floor like hanging leg raises.
Research reveals surprising perks that'll make you crave the gym
Coregasm, Runner's High, and More Workout-Induced Pleasures