Tensing is Tough
Squeeze up? Bear down? Sitting or Standing? Yeah, exercising your pelvic floor is harder than it looks!
Doctors and gynaecologists recommend Kegel exercises to keep your lower half strong, firm and sensitive, especially if you’re a new mother or mature lady. They can be incredibly effective — but how do you know if you’re squeezing the right muscles? And does anyone have time to concentrate on them three or four times per day?
The Kegel Angel was created to bless women with a powerful pelvic floor, no special skill or spare time required.
A recent survey by the MAYO clinic found that of the 50% of women aren’t doing their Kegels correctly, only targeting around 40% of the pelvic floor. The Kegel Angel works 90% of the pelvic floor, right down to the deepest layers of muscle.