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Flextastic is a small exercise device that allows you to practice kegel exercises in a simpler fashion, knowing deep down that you are actually hitting the targeted muscles and only the targeted muscles. The comfort curve design holds securely in place so you do not have to worry about the unit moving, targeting the wrong muscles, or falling out as you exercise. Work it into your daily schedule for just minutes per day and enjoy great results.
The cost of Flex Tastic is $14.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Flex Tastic by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.95 for a total price of $28.85.
When you are not using it for kegels, you can change its position and use it to target other groups. Moving it down to your knees, for example, targets the thigh muscles. Pressing it together in front of your chest works the arms and chest muscles. Using it with the comfort curves facing the opposite direction strengthens the buttocks. You can use it to strengthen your grip too.
The end results are not just better urinary function, but better sexual health and desire.
For men and women alike, actually doing kegel exercises can be difficult. To do the exercises you need to be able to find the muscles you use when you stop urinating, then squeeze them for three seconds, relax for three seconds, and repeat.
However, during this exercise, you do not want your stomach or thigh muscles to tighten or engage to any degree. It is recommended that you add one second of time each week until you can maintain a squeeze for ten seconds per round. This is something you are meant to repeat ten to fifteen times per session, completing at least three sessions per day.
That said, finding the actual muscles and not engaging any other muscles is incredibly challenging. Prior to now the only option that women had was to use biofeedback with their doctor to ensure the exercise was done correctly, but this can be embarrassing at best.
It is bright pink in its color, so it is not something that blends into a chair or regular clothing. That said, using it in the office or in public might not be an option, unlike normal kegels.
Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These are the muscles that control your urinary flow and help you to hold the pelvic organs in place. Doctors will prescribe this exercise to help counter stress or urge incontinence, or after childbirth. Incontinence from stress means that you leak urine when you lift heavy things, jog, sneeze, cough, or laugh. Urge incontinence means you feel the urge to urinate so strongly that you often miss reaching the toilet in a timely fashion. During childbirth, the pelvic floor is weakened and stretched. Organs can sag and incontinence results. So this tool is a small exercise machine that when placed between your legs, allows you to work in kegel exercises to counter these issues.
Place the unit between your upper thighs. There are small pink curved pieces that rest atop your thighs. .
Squeeze using the pelvic floor muscles, then release. You want to start holding the squeeze for three seconds, then releasing for three seconds.
You can add to the time you hold the squeeze as you get stronger, until you can reach ten seconds holding the squeeze and then releasing.
Doing kegels is not something you should do while you are urinating. If you choose to do them while urinating it can hurt your bladder.
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