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kegel balls

give your pelvic floor a workout to achieve stronger
and more frequent climaxes

understanding your pelvic floor

Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that stretches like a hammock from your pubic bone to your tailbone. It supports internal organs such as your uterus, colon, and bladder. If your pelvic floor is weak, you may experience frequent trips to the bathroom, lower back aches, urine leaks, and a decline in intimate sensation. By using the plusOne® kegel trainer, you can work your way to a strong and healthy pelvic floor.

how to perform a kegel

The muscles you use to stop urinating mid-flow are your pelvic floor muscles. Kegels are performed by engaging the same muscles in the same way. Focus on lifting the muscle upward while squeezing the vaginal opening closed.

strength training

Start by squeezing as hard as possible for 5 seconds and then relaxing for 5 seconds. Repeat this 5 times. Perform this exercise up to 3 times a day.

endurance training

Gently squeeze and hold for as long as possible. Maintain the same squeeze strength by keeping the indicator lights on the remote at the same level, then relax. Perform this exercise up to 3 times a day.

control training

Squeeze until the first indicator light illuminates. Hold at this level for 5 seconds, trying to keep the indicator light still. Relax for 10 seconds. Repeat, adding an additional indicator light each time. Perform this exercise up to 3 times a day.