What is a Kegel Exercise and How to do it


Kegels are an important exercise for women, here's what you need to know.

Have you ever dreamed of an exercise you could do while watching TV or reading a book? Let us introduce you to cones. Not only can it be done anytime, anywhere without knowing it, but it has huge benefits for women! Especially during or after pregnancy.

Why Kegels Matter

During pregnancy, a woman's pelvic floor muscles are under a lot of stress, and this exercise is essential in order to keep them strong. When performed during pregnancy, it can help with recovery and relieve symptoms.

What is a Kegel

So what is a cone? It is the tightening and release of the pelvic floor muscles, just like a workout, strengthening the muscles over time. The pelvic floor muscles are located between the coccyx and pubis and support organs such as the bowel, bladder, and uterus. As you can see, these are important muscles, and it's obvious how much stress they can take. When these muscles weaken, it can cause urine to leak or prolapse.

How to do Kegels

I know what you're thinking...show me how to make kegels, tell me now! The best way to find the right muscles to work out is to block the flow of urine midstream. It is not recommended to do this regularly as it may cause your own problems. But to get you started, it's best to know you're working in the right place. Once you figure it out, use the same moves anytime, anywhere!

It is recommended to do it several times a day. If you're new to the sport, it's best to find time to relax and lie down. Take a deep breath and do the following:

• Tighten the muscles

• Press and hold for 3-5 seconds

• Release and repeat 20 times

Once you get used to exercising and know what you're doing, you can start exercising anytime, anywhere. These exercises are discreet so no one knows you're doing them, which means you can train your pelvic floor while watching TV, working, cooking, and the list goes on.

Are you struggling with this?

If you're not sure if you're doing these things correctly, ask a professional for more advice. When Kegels alone aren't enough, there are tools to help you strengthen these muscles, such as: B. Weighted Balls and Pressure Monitors. You can even buy a device that connects to your phone so you know how well your workout is going!

This exercise has many benefits, and it can even help with childbirth. In addition, Kegel exercises are not only good for keeping these vital organs in place and preventing incontinence, it also means better sex and better orgasms. So if you play sports, Kegels really should be at the top of the list!