Effective Kegel Exercises for Women

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Urinary Incontinence
From laugh, cough, sneeze to needing pads

Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Improve Sexual Satisfaction

Dr. Danielle West, ND describes her experience with the Kegelmaster 2000

The Kegelmaster 2000 is the only FDA Cleared variable resistance kegel exercise device available today.

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The Original Kegel Exercise

Learn the Real Kegel Exercise and Improve the Quality of your Life.

The Kegel Exercise for women is truly an important and vital aspect of female reproductive health. Effective Kegel Exercises are crucial to the prevention of many common female reproductive health related issues including urinary stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, uterine, bowel or bladder prolapse, constipation, sexual penetration intercourse pain and other sexual dysfunction.

As a woman you likely already know that Kegel Exercises can have a phenomenal effect on your Sexual Responsiveness as well as dramatically intensify the Female Orgasm. If you are like most women however, you've been misinformed about this most important of exercises. Keep reading and find out the truth.

A proper Kegel Exercise program with the Kegelmaster 2000 can help!

Easy. Discreet. Effective. Clinician Recommended.

Understanding the Importance of your Pelvic Floor Muscles

The Pelvic Floor is a group of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues in the pelvis. They provide support to the bladder, bowel, and uterus. When damage occurs or the muscles weaken, women may begin to experience pelvic floor disorders, such as bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, or sexual dysfunction.

When the female pelvic floor muscles weaken or become damaged, the pelvic organs can descend and bulge into the vaginal canal and through the vaginal opening until the organ is visible. This uncomfortable condition known as pelvic organ prolapse is all too common in women and experienced as uncomfortable to moderately painful pelvic pressure that likely results in uncontrollable leakage of urine or fecal incontinence, vaginal pain or complete sexual dysfunction. As the condition worsens it can normally only be repaired with corrective surgery and often will require a complete hysterectomy.

The Pelvic Floor is a group of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues in the pelvis. They provide support to the bladder, bowel, and uterus. When damage occurs or the muscles weaken, women may begin to experience pelvic floor disorders, such as bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, or sexual dysfunction.

When the female pelvic floor muscles weaken or become damaged, the pelvic organs can descend and bulge into the vaginal canal and through the vaginal opening until the organ is visible. This uncomfortable condition known as pelvic organ prolapse is all too common in women and experienced as uncomfortable to moderately painful pelvic pressure that likely results in uncontrollable leakage of urine or fecal incontinence, vaginal pain or complete sexual dysfunction. As the condition worsens it can normally only be repaired with corrective surgery and often will require a complete hysterectomy.

Your Pelvic Floor Muscles are responsible for:

Preventing Incontinence

Keeping the Urethra, Vagina, and Rectum closed and allowing them to open when needed.

Helps with leaking and sexual satisfaction

Strengthen your Pelvic Floor Muscles to help avoid these issues or improve them.

Nerve Sensitivity

Connecting to the
clitoral nerves linked to
orgasm intensity.

Female Sexual Dysfunction

Weakened pelvic floor muscles have been proven to have a direct relation to female sexual dysfunction. Strengthening them has shown to improve this.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

"Holding up" the Pelvic Floor Organs such as the Uterus,
Bladder and Rectum to prevent them falling into the vagina,
which is Prolapse.

Lower Chances of Surgery

Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is a great preventative step to avoid Prolapse.

Clinically Proven Results

We recently gave some Kegelmaster 2000’s to the Senior Pelvic Health therapist (who oversees 5 others) at a major hospital. Not only is her training on Pelvic floor health extensive, but her patient caseload is 100% Pelvic Health.

Her comment about Kegel Exercises was this, "75% of all women do Kegel Exercises wrong, with the Kegelmaster you can’t do them wrong."

The Basics of the Kegel Exercise

The Kegel Exercise is the only known non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical solution for the prevention of nearly all forms of Female Pelvic Floor disorders including urinary stress, urge and overflow incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and other common female reproductive health related complications that typically occur with age.

Performed correctly the female Kegel Exercise can prevent the inevitable weakening of the pelvic floor and pubococcygeus muscles that will occur with age. Proper Kegel Exercise can prevent damage that typically occurs during pregnancy or natural vaginal child birth and delivery.

How to perform a Proper and Effective Kegel Exercise

The first thing you need to know is that the reason this pelvic floor exercise is called Kegel is that Dr. Arnold Kegel spent 18 years treating women for stress urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorder with an up to 90% success rate!

So you'd think that with that high of a success rate, they wouldn't mess with his treatment...you'd be wrong. Today, the exercise that Dr. Kegel used so successfully has been completely watered down and fails most of the time.

So what did Dr. Kegel do that worked so well that we no longer do? The most important part is that he used a device he invented that would be inserted into the vagina during the exercise so that the pelvic floor muscles had resistance when they were squeezed.

Think about that for a moment. You are taught that you can just squeeze these muscles against nothing but air and that doing a few sets of this is going to actually help build and strengthen your muscles.

This is why today Kegels fail more than they succeed. You must have resistance in order to build muscle. And weights or balls won't cut it. What you end up doing with those is squeezing and holding just to keep them up above the muscles that you're trying to exercise.

The Kegelmaster 2000, provides you with a beginners under 1 lb of resistance all the way up to 9.5 lbs at the highest level. With this, you can do an exercise that Dr. Kegel himself would approve of.

Most importantly, you'll see the results you want. We've included typical instructions that you would find on most medical websites on how to do a Kegel exercise just so you can see it.


The Kegel Exercise (Unassisted Isometric)

  • Contract your pelvic floor muscles
  • Hold the contraction for three seconds then relax for three seconds. Squeeze and Count 1-2-3, Release and Count 1-2-3
  • Repeat this 10 times
  • Once you’ve perfected three-second muscle contractions, increase to a count of four seconds for each contraction and release cycle
  • Alternating muscle contractions with a four-second rest period
  • Work up to the ability to hold the muscles fully contracted for 10 seconds each cycle and relaxing for 10 seconds between contractions

Do I need a Kegel Exerciser or a Device to do a Kegel Exercise?

No, you do not need a device to do an unassisted isometric Kegel Exercise; You do However, need a device to perform the exercise as Dr. Kegel himself created it!

The Effective Kegel Exercise is one in which the correct “Kegel Muscles” are isolated and targeted resistance is properly and effectively applied for maximum effective benefit!

Since its introduction over 60 years ago, the Kegel Exercise has been marginalized by the idea that a static isometric exercise can be performed where a woman squeezes nothing or virtually no resistance.

But, the fact is a woman cannot perform an effective Kegel Exercise or even a true Kegel exercise without some form of targeted resistance.

“It should be easy for anyone to realize that without resistance you are squeezing nothing and accomplishing nothing.”

~ Urogenital Gynecologist

The Perfect Kegel Exercise requires
the One and Only Kegelmaster™ for Women


To effectively strengthen your Pelvic Floor and Vaginal muscles you must apply targeted resistance. The Doctor recommended Kegelmaster 2000 for Women provides progressive resistance in the form of a beginners 1 lb to 9.5 lbs, with the Advanced model. No other device available does this.

The Kegelmaster™ has been called a “Miracle for Women” and is the best and most proven device for performing proper Kegel Exercises. The Kegelmaster™ makes performing proper Kegel Exercises simple, quick and even enjoyable.

The Kegelmaster™ is the only device of its type that will:

  • Put an end to the embarrassing accidents.
  • End the rushing to the bathroom
  • Let you laugh, cough, sneeze, jump with confidence
  • Tighten the muscles encircling the vagina
  • Improve the intensity, duration, frequency and satisfaction of the vaginal orgasm

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What is the
Kegelmaster 2000?

Why is the Kegelmaster
shaped like this?

When the Kegelmaster 2000 was being designed, we consulted many doctors, therapists and engineers to come up with the most effective, efficient design possible. Below, we will explain the parts and their purpose.