There are some videos that have the ability to stop you in your tracks…
And call us old-fashioned, but a woman lifting a surfboard from a piece of string tied to something in her vagina is one of them.
If you don’t believe us cast your vision below and stare in wonder.
The video was made by Kim Anami who works as a holistic sex and relationship expert and travels the world posting photos of her lifting things with her hoo-ha… Moroccan water flasks, coconuts, sea shells, lutes, you name it.
Anami does this by tying a piece of string to a jade egg that she inserts into her lady parts and says that doing so has allowed her to train her vagina wall muscles for better orgasms, eliminate urinary incontinence, and even replace botox and cure depression.
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However, a lot of these claims haven’t been proven by scientific research.
Either way, we were left with a lot questions, and thought you might be too, so we asked Dr Ginni Mansberg, for some straight-up facts.
So firstly… how does one lift a surfboard with their lady parts?
The answer is apparently quite simple, says Dr Ginni, who describes the process as “leveraging the power of her core and core abdominal muscles.”
Despite this, Dr Ginni is dubious of Anami’s claims, stating that while there are numerous benefits to weight training and doing pelvic floor exercises like kegels, strictly training your ‘vagina wall muscles’ and not the pelvic floor as a whole is “not particularly useful.”
“The bigger issue is why?” says Dr Ginni.
“It could make your orgasms more powerful, because a part of your orgasm is vaginal wall muscle contractions.
“But can we just suggest that orgasming through sex or masturbation will be a far more pleasant training regime, with far better outcomes.