Kegel Exercise2019-03-26T10:27:36+00:00

How Kegel Exercises Are Performed the Right Way: With Progressive Resistance

The pelvic floor consists of a group of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that reside in the pelvic area. The purpose of these muscles and other tissues is to support the bladder, bowel, and uterus.

When damage to the pelvic area occurs or the muscles weaken, women may experience one or more pelvic floor disorders.

Common Problems Associated with Weakened Pelvic Floor Muscles

Lack of Bladder Control:

This disorder is characterized by urine in your underwear, frequent trips to the restroom, and urination while exercising, coughing, sneezing or laughing.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse:

When the pelvic floor muscles are no longer able to support the bladder, bowel, and, urethra, those organs can enter the vaginal canal and fall out of the body.

Sexual Dysfunction:

The vaginal floor muscles are attached to the nerves in the clitoris. Therefore, a weakened pelvic floor can lead to less sensation and fewer orgasms or an inability to orgasm altogether.
These conditions, if left to worsen, can only be repaired with corrective surgery or a complete hysterectomy.

Benefits of Strengthening the Pelvic Floor with Resistance Training

Using a spring-assisted pelvic floor exerciser, you can enjoy a variety of important benefits.

Prevent Incontinence:

Stronger pelvic floor muscles will keep your urethra, vagina and rectum closed, allowing them to open only when needed.

Improved Nerve Sensitivity: Kegel exercises with resistance training improve vaginal tightness and boost vaginal sensitivity, leading to easier, longer and more intense orgasms.

Prevent Organ Prolapse:

Stronger pelvic floor muscles are able to support your internal organs as they should, preventing your organs from ever entering your vaginal canal.

How to Do Kegel Exercises the Right Way

The Kegel exercise is the only non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical solution we currently have for the prevention of all forms of pelvic floor disorders.

These pelvic floor exercises are named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, who treated thousands of women back in the early forties for incontinence and reproductive health issues.

Dr. Kegel found that the use of spring-assisted resistance while doing pelvic floor exercises helped women rehabilitate their pelvic floor muscles to stop incontinence and boost sexual pleasure and health.

Many people believe that Kegel exercises are merely performed by squeezing and then releasing the pubococcygeus muscles in a series of specific repetitions and sets. These are the muscles that are responsible for cutting off and then starting the flow of urine.

Kegel Exercises + Resistance

Dr. Kegel, however, used a device that provided targeted resistance to his patients’ pelvic muscles. This is where many get Kegel exercises all wrong. Only by squeezing the internal muscles against the spring-loaded device can those areas grow stronger to stop incontinence in its tracks.

Without resistance, you won’t be able to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles properly. This is otherwise referred to as an unassisted isometric exercise. Think of it as squeezing your hands together in front of your chest as hard as you can and then releasing. While doing so may increase your muscle strength somewhat in your arms and chest, only weight resistance can properly build the muscles in those areas.

A pelvic floor exerciser uses resistance to work your pelvic floor area much like you’d use weights to build up the muscles in other areas of your body.

How Does a Pelvic Floor Exerciser Work?

A pelvic floor exerciser is a device that is comfortably inserted into the vagina, whereby a series of springs will provide enough resistance to work the internal muscles properly.

Dr. Kegel recommended that his patients use a pelvic floor exerciser for 20-minutes at a time, three times per day. With regular use, 90% of his patients were able to live a life free of urinary stress incontinence.

To Dr. Kegel’s surprise, many women reported tighter vaginas, which their partners certainly noticed, along with stronger and more frequent orgasms.

Today, you can do Kegel exercises in the comfort of your home using an FDA approved pelvic floor exerciser known as the Kegelmaster.

The Kegelmaster and Kegelmaster Advanced for Greater Pelvic Health

FDA approved and doctor recommended Kegelmaster devices are designed to effectively strengthen your pelvic floor and vaginal muscles using targeted resistance.

The Kegelmaster is recommended for beginners, as the device gives between one pound and 9.5 pounds of muscle-building resistance. No other device comes close to that kind of pelvic floor strengthening.

The Kegelmaster Advanced comes with additional springs and even more resistance for Kegel exercise experts and those who want faster and more substantial results.

The Kegelmaster is so effective that it’s been called a “Miracle for Women” and is the best, most proven device for performing proper Kegel exercises.

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