Why Use A 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.