"Carrying a surfboard under your arm is a thing of the past."
Vaginal weightlifting is an activity that would be best described, I think, as niche.
Not for any rational reason: it’s photogenic and any sort of championship would makes for more compelling live viewing than a two-week surf event.
Kim Amani, a forty-seven surfer and “intimacy coach”, is a devotee of Vaginal Kung Fu, where a weight is inserted into the vagina with a string attached to a heavier object, a surfboard for example.
Better orgasms via a “toned and sleek vagina” ergo better sex.
Amani says she can lift ten pounds, or four-and-a-half kilograms, with her genital muscles and enjoy twenty consecutive orgasms.
“When I speak of vaginas that shoot ping pong balls and open beer bottles and win world records, these aren’t wild exceptions to what vaginas can do (though they are currently). Every woman can do these things,” Amani writes on her website.
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#Things I Lift with My Vagina New year, new vagina. It’s that time you’ve all been waiting for: Vaginal Kung Fu 2015. The free video series is up, as a preview to the upcoming 8-week salon. If you haven’t watched them yet, you can sign up for access. Link in bio. In celebration of this year’s salon, and to raise vaginal power—and pleasure— awareness globally, I have embarked on a new campaign: #thingsiliftwithmyvagina This educational challenge features me traveling the world, lifting objects indigenous to various regions, with my vagina. Stay tuned for my vaginal adventures. This is me in Venice Beach, with my special new surfboard carrier: my vagina. #thingsiliftwithmyvagina #vaginalkkungfu
For men, Amani offers lessons in how to achieve a “Supercock” etc.