The Ultimate Physical Fitness System


Pregnancy and Childbirth

Before childbirth: Expectant mothers and new mothers are often advised to do pelvic pregnancyfloor exercises to strengthen these muscles prior to birth to make delivery easier, and then again after the birth to assist recovery.

However these exercises are not likely to have any effect unless performed against resistance!

If you were to sit down and flex your biceps several times, do you think it would do any good?

But if you were to lift weights with the same biceps you would very soon notice a difference. It’s the same with the Kegelmaster! It provides the resistance the exercises need to work!

Regular use of the Kegelmaster will increase vaginal strength and control which greatly assists during delivery.

Strong pelvic floor muscles can support the extra weight of pregnancy, help in the second stage of labour, and, by increasing your circulation, assist in healing the perineum after birth.

Please Note: Pregnant women should always consult their doctor before using the Kegelmaster.

After childbirth: Many women accept that their lack of sensation and the feeling of ‘looseness’ down there is a natural consequence of childbirth and most will never mention it, believing there is nothing that can be done. How wrong they are! The Kegelmaster will assist the vagina to return to its normal size following childbirth – something women (and men) have been concerned with for centuries.

“After carrying a large baby very low during my pregnancy, having a natural delivery (and doing absolutely nothing about my pelvic floor muscles before, during or after pregnancy), my bladder problems following the birth were very severe. At one stage I even had to buy adult nappies when suffering from the flu as I was coughing so much that I was constantly wetting myself. I was extremely embarrassed about this lack of control and didn’t want anyone to know this at the time. It’s only now that I have been using the Kegelmaster and completely cured my incontinence, and have ‘super-duper’ strong pelvic floor muscles, that I can talk about this humiliating stage in my life.”