Our fantastic Biofeedback PelvicTrainer
has been featured on leading health website HealthGauge. Its an efficient and accurate way to strengthen the body from within. The Trainer not only helps you kegel exercise - it also records your strength too. One of the key problems with pelvic exercise is finding the correct muscles. With the Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer - it does just that - finds them, and tells you how strong they are. This is vital if you want to avoid the problems of a weak bladder - or is you want to get back in shape after having a baby.
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The Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer from Kegel8[/caption]
The Kegel8 Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer is unique because it both exercises and measures in one! Pelvic exercise is essential for women and men to help strengthen pelvic floor muscles
and with the Trainer a user can now record and monitor their progress. We call this the Kegel8 Squeeze Scale.
You wouldn't go on a diet without weighing yourself first so measuring the pelvic floor is essential. This handy Pelvic Exerciser measures your strength and records it so you can track and monitor your progress.
Biofeedback Pelvic Training Can Stop Incontinence
HealthGauge's article focuses on how the Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer can help with pesky laughter-leaks and stress incontinence. The side effect of a strong pelvic floor is a stronger core and flatter tummy. Most people think that the way to get strong and flat abs is endless crunches and sit-ups but this isn't always the best option. As Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists will agree, abdominal crunches and sit-ups can put too much pressure on a weak pelvic floor. This additional pressure to an already weak pelvic floor could result in pelvic organ prolapse.
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Biofeedback tells you your pelvic muscle strength[/caption]
Discover more about the Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer's fantastic Squeeze Scale and how exercising with it could help you in our article here
Using the Pelvic Muscle Trainer is easy - with it's verbal prompts and on-screen directions it is there every step of the way. One user states in the Pelvic Trainer Review 'I was diagnosed with a mild prolapse and I feel it has benefited me.'
Biofeedback Pelvic Trainer is priced at just £79.99.
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