As you all know by now, I’m a big fan of Kegel exercises. I believe that strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is one of the best things you can do you for your sex life! A strengthened pelvic floor leads to stronger vaginal muscles, which help to make you feel tighter down there; it can also lead to women experiencing stronger, more frequent orgasms and, for some women, can actually heighten sexual arousal.
I’m SO passionate about pelvic floor exercises that I even created an app called Kegel Camp to help people keep up with their Kegels. The problem is, how do you know if you’re doing them correctly? Sure, my app can remind you to “squeeze and release” once a day, but it can’t exactly show you how to do your pelvic floor exercises correctly. If you think you’re doing your Kegels, but you’re actually just clenching and unclenching your butt cheeks, you’re not going to see any of the wonderful effects that this exercise can produce. That’s where the Apex and Intensity by Pour Moi comes into play.
APEX and Intensity by Pour Moi
You’ve heard me sing the praises of the Apex and Intensity before. In fact, my entire staff reviewed the game-changing sexual health device in this blog, not to mention my very popular sex toy review podcast not too long ago. It was during this podcast that we made a very special announcement: we were giving away 5 Intensities.
From that 30 second announcement in that one podcast, we received more than 50 emails from listeners who couldn’t wait to see what this revolutionary product could do for their sex life. One month later, we sent out 5 Intensities to 5 lucky women (or couples) who would put them to good use—All we asked was that they checked back in with us in a couple of months to let us know how things were going. And a few months later, they did.
We were very pleased with the responses we received from our new Intensity owners—Everyone we heard from who had been using the Intensity regularly for 30 days or more reported noticeable improvements in their overall pelvic floor strength. Yes, it took them a little getting used to. Yes, they all reported having to make an effort to work the Intensity into their daily routine. But the benefits proved to be worth their efforts in the end!