If you’ve been kegel-savvy long enough, your pelvic floor exercises will be second nature and you’re probably looking for a challenge… you’ve come to the right place!
Taking it to the next level
Resistance training: many Physiotherapists recommend pelvic floor exercise with resistance cones (or vaginal cones) and the Kegel8 Vaginal Cones are your 12 Week Pelvic Floor Strengthening System clinically proven as a successful!
What do you get?
3 vaginal cones of varying weights:
This provides you with progressive exercising; the largest and lightest cone being the easiest to hold in place; progressing to the smallest and heaviest – now there’s a challenge!
The unique indicator tail:
Demonstrating when you kegels are good and… not so good; the unique indicator tail of the Kegel8 Vaginal Cones will move down as you lift your muscles so you know you’re doing it right!
Free Beginners and Advanced Exercise Guide:
This easy to follow exercise guide was developed by a Physiotherapist; it keeps you motivated and enables you to get the very best out of your Kegel8 Pelvic Floor Strengthening System!
What else can I do to help my pelvic floor?
Your pelvic floor muscles do a lot for you; they supports all of your pelvic organs, they help stabilise and support your spine, they help guide your baby during childbirth, they even contribute to your relationship by being responsible for intimate sensation for women and erectile function for men. So isn’t it time you gave these muscles a little TLC?
The 4 best kept secrets to a strong and healthy pelvic floor
Posture: a slumped posture increases the downward pressure on your pelvic floor which could lead to pelvic floor weakness. When standing, it’s important to balance your weight evenly, relax your shoulders back and down, and maintain a normal lower back inward curve. When sitting, remember ‘bum at the back of your chair’; lengthen your spine and again, maintain that natural inward curve at your lower spine.
The sunshine vitamin: Vitamin D3 has been clinically proven to benefit your pelvic floor muscles. Studies have shown that those with low vitamin D levels, report at least one sign of pelvic floor weakness… regardless of age! As an involuntary muscle group, your pelvic floor muscles can begin to weaken from just 18 years old. The next best thing to potentially harmful UV rays is our carefully sourced SunVit-D3 – Find out more >
Watch your weight: you can avoid heavy lifting and carrying but if the weight is on you there’s very little choice. Quoted from a Kegel8 review featured in The Daily Mail:
“Fat can infiltrate muscles, weakening them. Just a 10% weight loss can reduce this muscle weakness by as much as 50%”
Dr Mark Slack - Consultant Urogynaecologist from Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.
So let’s swap that digestive for an apple!
Avoid constipation: if you suffer with constipation this is the last thing you want to hear; you’re not in control of constipation after all! Well actually… there are a number of diet changes you can make to help ease constipation; check your intake of fibre, drink plenty of water and eat lots of fruit and veg. We also highly recommend the Squatty Potty toilet stool – our bodies are designed by nature to dispose of waste more easily when in a squat position and Squatty Potty will achieve just that!
What gets measured gets managed
You don't need a machine to help you do your kegel exercise but the Kegel8 Trainer does so much more!
Refine your technique for the most effective kegel exercises as you watch the effect of your muscle contraction on the interactive screen!
The Kegel8 Trainer measures your strength and gives you a unique Squeeze Scale™ score. Set yourself a target to improve your strength week on week!
With a Training Mode that guides you through an efficient kegel exercise routine, you’ll find yourself making your kegels part of your ‘me time’ and a priority – your pelvic floor deserves it!
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