Why Use A Kegel Trainer?

Kegel Trainer

Kegel Trainer

What is called the "pelvic floor" is the the muscular base of the abdomen, attached to the pelvis. The pelvic floor muscles support the bladder and other pelvic organs. These muscles are trigered when performing Kegel exercises properly.


However, research has shown that over 50% of women practicing Kegel exercises do not do them properly. They over-use their abdomen, buttock or legs, and do not improve their pelvic floor muscles. In addition, some women have such weak pelvic floor muscles that they cannot contract them independently.


Kegel trainers help do Kegel exercises by contracting the right pelvic floor muscles automatically, using muscle stimulation, with the proper strenght and duration, and giving you feedback to improve them as if you would have a personal trainer at home.


Kegel trainer tests have clinically shown to strengthen pelvic floor muscles quickly, easily, safely, conveniently and effectively in the confort of your home. Women using the kegel trainer resume a more enjoyable lifestyle and are a lot more self-confident.


In a recent survey a majority women who used the kegel trainer, confirmed that using the kegel trainer improved their quality of life in a variety of ways from an increased self esteem to an improved sex life.


What Is A Kegel Trainer?

Kegel Trainer

The Kegel trainer works based on pneumatic principles and biofeedback technology. It will guide you and help you perform pelvic muscle exercises rapidly, easily, safely, conveniently and effectively.


Kegel Trainer


Kegel Trainer


Kegel Trainer

The Kegel trainer will make your vagina tighter by tightening and rejuvenating your vagina naturally, improving the grip and strength of your vagina, contracting and reshaping your vaginal walls, restoring the natural elasticity of your vagina.


Training of your pelvic floor muscles will prevent vaginal prolapse, allowing you to enjoy better sex by heightening orgasms and increasing self-esteem.


Before and After Using A Kegel Trainer?

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Kegel Trainer


Kegel Trainer


Kegel Trainer

  1. Before use, your pelvic floor muscles are loose.
  2. While in use, your pelvic floor muscles are trained and they gradually recover their initial strenght allowing you to get a tighter vagina.
  3. After use, once you reached your desired level of pelvic floor fitness, you regained control of your pelvic floor muscles.

Exercising your pelvic floor muscles is like going to the gym, if you stop, you will lose the improvement you have made. So, you will need to keep training your pelvic floor muscles one or two times weekly for maintenance.


Kegel Trainer'S Benefits

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Kegel Trainer
  • Improved vaginal strength and tone.
  • Enhance sexual pleasure.
  • Improved bladder control when you laugh, cough, sneeze or exercise.
  • Overall pelvic health and wellness.
  • Speed pregnancy recovery.
  • You can do it on your own in the privacy of your home.
  • Automatically exercises your pelvic floor muscles for you.
  • It is the first choice, non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical treatment.

Conditions Needing A Kegel Trainer

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Kegel Trainer
  • Pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Menopause.
  • Physically stressful activities.
  • Incontinence.
  • Excess weight and obesity.
  • Fail to exercise or high impact exercise.
  • Hormonal changes.
  • Poor muscle tone.
  • Aging.

Understanding Pelvic Floor Muscle Loosening

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Kegel Trainer


Kegel Trainer

  • The pelvic floor muscles (see figure 1 below) are made of muscle fibers such as the levator ani, the coccygeus and related connective tissue which span the underneath pelvics' area.
  • The pelvic floor muscles are made of two types of fibres:
    • Slow twitch: that hold on for long periods of time to support abdominal organs and keeping urine up inside the bladder until it is time for urination.
    • Fast twitch: designed to act strongly and quickly, but does not hold on for lengthy periods. These fibers act as an extra closing force during a laugh, cough or sneeze. This extra force stops the bladder's muscle (see figure 2 below), the detrusor, from contracting as well, which is the muscle you need to get hold on, to get back in control.

Pelvic Floor Muscles Loosening Consequences

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  • Loss of sexual pleasure due to loss of friction.
  • Vaginal prolapse due to weak pelvic floor muscles.
  • Stress incontinence: coughing, laughing, sneezing or other activities that pressure the bladder and cause it to leak urine;
  • Urge incontinence: urine loss after a sudden need or urge to urinate;
  • Mixed incontinence;