The She-Ology Interchangeable Weighted Kegel Set is ergonomically designed to tighten and tone pelvic muscles.
Created to give you a fully customizable workout regimen, the set of 6 variable weighted kegel balls can be mixed and matches with the single or double ball holder to give your muscles exactly what they need. From smallest to largest, the weight set include 20 g, 25 g, 30 g, 35 g, 40 g, and 45 g
The premium silicone weights assist to train and tone kegel muscles, increasing sexual satisfaction, sensual stimulation, and pelvic floor strength with every use.
The graduated set has been created to tone and tighten kegel muscles over time. The hypoallergenic premium silicone set is body safe, unscented and phthalate free to keep you most sensitive spots, happy and healthy.
- 6 interchangeable weights for a fully customizable workout regimen
- Ergonomically designed to tighten and tone pelvic muscles
- Single and double Kegel ball holder with easy retrieval cords
- Hygienically superior, body safe Silicone
- Kegel exercise guide from Dr. Sherry included
- 1 Year warranty provided by CalExotics
- Variably weighted Kegel balls: 20 g, 25 g, 30 g, 35 g, 40 g, 45 g
- 4” (overall – single ball holder)
- 6” (overall – double ball holder)
- 1.25” x 1” (each ball)
How to Use:
Identify Your Pelvic Floor Muscles
The first step in your Kegel exercise routine is to find your pelvic floor muscles. The easiest way to identify your pelvic floor muscles is to pee, and while doing so, stop the flow of urine midstream and hold it. Hold the contraction for 3 seconds then relax, allowing the flow of urine to continue. Repeat this a couple of times to help identify your pelvic floor muscles. Another way to identify your pelvic floor muscles is to insert your first two fingers in the vagina, squeeze as if you are holding urine then relax. Repeat this a couple of times to help identify your pelvic floor muscles.
Getting Started with Kegel Exercisers
Now that you have identified your pelvic floor muscles, you can perform your Kegel exercises. Before you begin, empty your bladder. Next, find a time and a quiet place where you can be comfortable either sitting or lying down. Start with the exerciser you are most comfortable with; if you are a beginner, it is the lightest exerciser in your kit. Insert a well-lubricated exerciser into the vagina, leaving the retrieval cord outside of the vagina for easy removal. A water-based lubricant is recommended.
Beginning Your Exercises
Contract your pelvic floor muscles, hold the contraction for 5 seconds, and then relax for 5 seconds. Try it 4 or 5 times in a row. Work up to keeping the muscles contracted for 10 seconds at a time, relaxing for 15 seconds between contractions.
Moving to The Next Exerciser
The goal of using a Kegel Exerciser is to help build strong pelvic floor muscles. Within your kit, you can work your way from the lightest exerciser to the heaviest exerciser. When you can do your Kegel exercises with ease, it is recommended to move to the next heaviest exerciser.
When to Practice Your Kegel Exercise
It is recommended to practice your Kegel exercises daily, starting with 15 contractions each day, gradually increasing to 50 contractions. You may notice a benefit to your pelvic floor strength in 8 to 12 weeks when done faithfully.