Go to Kegel Camp and Tone Your PC Muscles


Plenty of folks have heard about Kegel exercises, but let’s face it- it can be hard to remember to do them. Fortunately, there’s an app for that, too. Plus, the app includes a code for 15% off your next purchase at Good Vibrations. What a bargain!

Emily Morse, the host of the Sex With Emily podcast, has released Kegel Camp. It’s a super easy-to-use iphone app that keeps you on track. There’s a text tutorial that explains how to find the PC muscle and the benefits of keeping it toned, and then you can jump right in. There are twenty levels to work through and you’ll automatically level up after 5 sessions, though of course, you can select any level. And even level 20 only takes a few minutes to do.

Whichever level you’re on, there are three sets to work through. You can listen along as Emily cues you, you can have a visual indicator, and you can even have it vibrate to tell you when to squeeze and relax. And since Kegels, like any other exercise, give you the most benefit when you do them regularly, you can set a daily reminder. It’s a very intuitive app and makes it easy to follow through on that resolution to do your exercises.

Doing your Kegels can bring a lot of benefit to your sex life. A lot of people report that they experience stronger and longer orgasms, which makes sense since the muscles can go longer before getting tired. And many folks say that their erections are firmer or their vaginal contractions are stronger when they’re in shape.

So if you’re like most of us and you forget to do your Kegels, check the app out. It’ll help you keep things in tip-top shape! And with 15% off at Good Vibrations, you’ll find plenty of ways to take advantage of your new athleticism. For $1.99, it’s a bargain.

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