A recent study has claimed that orgasm is not just a sexual event as an increasing number of women are experiencing exercise-induced orgasms (EIO) called coregasms.
The co-author of the study, Debby Herbenick, said that the findings are interesting as they suggest that orgasm was not necessarily a sexual event because most women reporting EIO said that they were not fantasizing sexually or thinking about anyone they were attracted to during their experiences, the Daily Star reported.
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According to the study, any abs-engaging exercise could trigger a coregasm and for women, the most reliable piece of gym equipment that resulted in sexual arousal, was the captain's chair.
Other orgasm-boosting activities include pole dancing, spinning and weightlifting.
This study is published in the journal Sexual and Relationship Therapy.