Kegel exercises, we have all heard of them and know that we should be doing them, but do we do them correctly?
Research has shown that over half of women who attempt Kegel exercises do them incorrectly.
According to Dr. Arnold Kegel—inventor of Kegel exercises:
Ladies, if we are going to exercise our pelvic floor, let’s use today’s technology and do them correctly and efficiently and receive all the benefits that a strong, healthy pelvic floor has to offer:
- Improved intimacy, sensation and orgasm
- Bladder Control, no more leaking at the gym
- Keeping our pelvic floor organs in place
- Faster recovery from childbirth
- 50% of women perform Kegels incorrectly, according to the National Institute of Health.
- Common Kegel Exercise mistakes:
- Using the wrong muscles
- No variance in your routine
- Poor technique
- “Active resistance”should be used when performing Kegel Exercises
- Pelvic floor musclesare skeletal muscle, just like biceps and triceps
- 2 types of muscle fibers in your pelvic floor, fast-twitch and slow-twitch fibers
- Your pelvic floor will not get any stronger if you do not exercise it
- A healthy pelvic floor is essential to all Women!
Women: Strengthen your pelvic floor muscles - The health benefits are amazing!
Gentle muscle stimulation, that you control, automatically contracts the correct muscles of the pelvic floor to build strength fast. As Apex or Intensity contract and strengthen your muscles more efficiently than you can do on you own, it also provides you with a “mind muscle connection” think of it as the “aha moment” that lets you know how a proper Kegel exercise should feel when the muscles are contracted in isolation, without using the abdominal, buttock and leg muscles. Now that you know how a proper Kegel exercise should feel when performed properly, we add “active resistance”!
The customizable, inflatable probe provides the active resistance (something to squeeze against) necessary for building strength. After your stimulation session we recommend a short self-directed toning session in which you squeeze against active resistance with varied contraction times (3 and 10 second holds) to impact both the fast and slow twitch muscle fibers of your pelvic floor.
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Muscle memory kind of kicks in
DR. EMILY MORSE OF SEXWITHEMILY.COM
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*This video contains an old version of Intensity that is no longer manufactured*