She, on the other hand, wants to spice it up.
How can you take a “meat and potatoes” man and convince him to make the change?
Summer does “Coregasm” (check out the video below) – and wants some of that at HOME.
It’s game time: the weekend’s over…did Summer bring up the potentially ego-blowing conversation, or did she chicken out? Her first steps: procuring the literature. And then came the “Come To Jesus” talk.
What Is A “Coregasm?”
- Check out 6 exercises to help you reach coregasm:
You’ll need a 3-foot long scarf or towel. Lie face up on the floor with your knees bent and the scarf wrapped around your left foot. Hold both ends of the scarf together in your hands. Straighten your left leg . Use the scarf to gently pull your leg close to your head for a hamstring stretch. Next, lift your head and shoulders slightly off the floor, bringing your right leg up to meet the left. -Slowly lower your right leg as far as you can without arching your back. Repeat, pulsing your right leg 8 to 10 times. Then, switch sides. You will complete two sets of 8 to 10 reps on each side. The Leg Pulse works your rectus abdominus, the muscles that give you a six pack, and your transverse abdominus, or your deep abs. Your hamstrings will also get a good stretch.
Start by lying face up, leaning on your elbows with your legs extended and your knees slightly bent. Lift your hips toward the ceiling, forming a straight line from your head to your heels. Hold this position for 8 counts. Roll to your side, hips lifted, with your right elbow and forearm on the floor to support your weight and help you balance. Maintain a straight line from your head to your heels, and hold this position for 8 counts. Now, roll into a plank position with your forearms on the floor and elbows by your sides. Hold this position for 8 counts. Lastly, roll to your left side, supporting your body with your left forearm and elbow. Lift your hips in a straight line between your head and heels, and hold this position for 8 counts. Repeat this entire sequence 8 times. The hover rotation targets your arms, shoulders, core, butt, and obliques.
Core Series: To prepare for these 3 core moves, lie on the floor with your knees bent and your arms at your sides. Toe-reach crunches: Lie on your back and extend your legs up toward the ceiling. Reach your fingers toward your toes and crunch up in a pulsating motion. Continue these crunches for about 1 minute or as long as you can maintain good form. -Keep a small distance between your chin and your chest, as if you were holding a tennis ball in place. Initiate the movement from your abs, bringing your upper back and shoulders off the floor. If your neck feels strained, place your hands behind your head. Bicycle Abs: Lie on your back with your fingertips behind your head and elbows bent out to the side. -Lift your feet up keeping your knees bent and chin parallel to the floor. Extend 1 leg forward and rotate the opposite shoulder towards your bent knee. Rotate from 1 side to the other for 60 seconds without lowering your head or legs to the floor. Keep your elbows wide to the side. You should not see them in your peripheral vision . Initiate the movement from your shoulders and torso, not your elbows. -The Plank: Place your forearms on the floor in a plank position, balancing on your forearms and your toes with your body parallel to the ground. Keep your abdominals engaged and your head in line with your spine. Imagine energy flowing through your head and your heels and keep your core engaged.
Sit tall on the floor with your knees bent. Extend your arms at chest level with your palms facing down. Lean back slightly, engaging your abs, and with both knees toward your chest while reaching forward with your arms. Hold this position with your feet off the floor for 10-20 seconds as you contract your abs. Lower your feet to the floor for 1 or 2 counts and repeat the exercise. Do 4 or 5 more reps over the course of 1 minute.
Sit on the edge of a sturdy chair, palms by your butt with your fingers facing out towards your knees. With your left foot on the floor, bend your left knee 90 degrees and extend your right leg out, keeping your knees level. Now, take your butt towards the floor and bend your elbows behind you. Lower your elbows to shoulder level and then straighten your arms, bringing your butt back to chair level without sitting down. Do 3 sets of 16 for each side, alternating the extended leg. The Triceps Sit targets your triceps and your core. For the best results, do all 6 moves in this exercise anywhere workout 3 times a week along with 4 or 5 cardio sessions.
Abdominal Hold: You’ll need a sturdy chair or a step with 4 risers for this exercise. Sit tall on the edge of the chair and place your hands on the edge with your fingers pointing toward your knees. Tighten your abs and bring your toes 2 to 4 inches off the floor and lift your butt off the chair. Hold this position for as long as you can. Aim for 5 to 10 seconds. Lower yourself down and repeat. -Continue this exercise for 1 minute. Beginners can keep 1 foot on the ground for additional support.