Today's Sun newspaper broke the news of Russian gymnast Tatyana Kozhevnikova with the headline 'The woman with the world's strongest VAGINA!'
Tatyana can lift a 14kg kettlebell with her 'nether regions' - as the Sun puts it. However, we know that it's not her vagina she's lifting it with; it's her pelvic floor muscles. This takes pelvic floor exercise to the extreme, and the article has attracted a wide ranging reactions, from shock and awe: “You've got to see it to believe it!” to crude disbelief and in some cases, outright disgust, with one reader simply commenting: “Gross”.
Whilst Tatyana Kozhevnikova's lifting of the 14kg kettlebell with her Kegel muscles is Kegel exercise in the extreme we can learn from her techniques. If you want to strengthen your pelvic floor in a more measured way, why not try our Kegel8 Vaginal Cones? Since the colour changed from pink to purple, we're experiencing record sales… why not give them a try yourself!
Vaginal Cones are weighted and clinically proven to give you a stronger pelvic floor. The end part shows you when you are exercising the correct muscles - absolutely essential. Sadly lots of us just don't know how to do a Kegel squeeze, so these cones show you precisely. Make every Kegel squeeze a good squeeze.
Feeling Kegel-confident? If you already have a strong pelvic floor and are ready for the next challenge, we also offer the Kegel8 barbell - this vaginal barbell adds weight and resistance to your Kegel exercise, with ends of different thickness to give progressive exercise. Whilst they are not up to the 14kg weight Tatyana uses - we guarantee they are not for Kegel beginners.
While Tatyana's super-strong pelvic floor is certainly drawing a strong reaction, you can strengthen your own pelvic floor in the comfort of your own home too with Kegel8. You too can enjoy all the benefits of strong vagina and toned pelvic floor too and prevent incontinence and enjoy better sex.