Kegel Balls..is that a party in a frat house? No, not hardly!
The Kegel muscle is the muscle that is local along the pelvic floor, also known by its official name, the pubococcygeneus (PC) muscle. If you’ve ever had to urinate really badly, it’s the PC muscle that you clench to “hold it in” when there isn’t a bathroom around. It is that clenching that is the basis of the kegel exercises… a repeated set of contractions that help that muscle get stronger.
Why would you even care about this? For starters, it might help you with bladder issues and medical issues, but more than that, it can help your sex life . Kegel Balls are a type of tools that people, primarily women, can use to help strengthen those pelvic floor muscles. In addition to the medical/health benefits, you may find that doing Kegels make for stronger contractions, and therefore the potential for more powerful orgasms thanks to greater control of the vaginal muscles.
This is a review of the a review of the Stella II Double Kegel Ball Set by Key by Jopen, why Kegel exercises are good for you, and a little “how-to”
While Kegel balls are not meant to be actual sex toys and provide orgasms, they can produce some pleasant, orgasmic feelings, and the clenching exercises of kegels are almost effortless. You can feel them if you jump up and down, run around, or sometimes even when you’re in a car or feeling the vibrations in a bus or subway Once they are inserted, you can also masturbate with them inside you, or you can just keep them insert internally almost as long as you like as long as they are comfortable. Men can also benefit from Kegel balls. The balls are inserted into the rectum (lubricant will be necessary). Their movement stimulates the prostate, which can trigger an erection in most men. Some say that if you are a man with erectile disfunction you may be able to restore erectile function with kegel exercise. We are not doctors and we can’t comment on this, but if you like the sensation, go for it!
Kegel balls come in various sizes and weights, but basically you get them in doubles and trios hung together on a cord. Once you thoroughly clean a set of kegel balls (they are attached with a cord so they are inserted one at a time and you can use lube if you want) you simply, squeeze your pelvic muscles and holding that tension for three seconds, and then relaxing for three seconds. Repeat this exercise 10 to 15 times per session, over three to four sessions a day. You can do this any time and anywhere you want as no one will know. You can find variations on this exercise pattern, but the key is to clench and release.
Use the restroom before placing the balls in the vagina. *essential, or you’ll feel uncomfortable. Use lube if insertion is difficult or uncomfortable. Pull the cord gently to remove the balls. Always clean them thoroughly after use. Do NOT share them.
You can find Kegel Balls everywhere, but a brand we know and love is KEY by JOPEN. They have several different kinds of Kegel balls. We think a good set for everyone is the new Stella II. These kegel balls are beautifully done, wrapped in body safe silicone. The user-friendly balls arrive nicely boxed with 1.5″ x 6″ / 3.75cm x 15.25 (overall) and 1.5″ / 3.75cm (each ball diameter). You get one set of weighted balls (30g, 40g and 40g) and One dual ball holder with retrieval loop. All you have to do is push the balls into the holder, pop one out to replace it with another weighted ball. Graduate to the higher weighed balls as you feel your muscles strengthen. It is that simple. There is a one year warranty and directions are enclosed.
It is amazing that something so simple and easy can do so much to enhance romance and your overall health. And it’s under $35.00! Learn more at http://www.jopen.com/