A medical device that improves your pelvic floor strength
You too can be stronger!
The science behind KegelSmart™ 2 is simple and transparent.
pelvic floor trainer doubles your strength after 12 weeks
90% improved bladder control
94% improved vaginal tightness and tone
The above information comes from a KegelSmart™ clinical trial conducted by Dr. Debra Wickman, MD FACOG, and Banner University Medicine Institute: Phoenix, Arizona.
When can Kegels help?
Strong pelvic floor muscles can be beneficial during childbirth for their ability to control these muscles during labor. In the postpartum period, Kegels can help heal perineal tissues, which are stretched during vaginal birth, and prevent incontinence.
When can Kegels help?
Stress incontinence is when you experience urine leaks at times when the bladder is under some kind of pressure; for example, when you cough, sneeze, laugh, run, exercise, or lift. It can easily be reversed by regular Kegel exercise.
When can Kegels help?
Perimenopause & menopause
Building and then maintaining strong pelvic floor muscles can help to keep your pelvic organs in their natural position, help with healthier bowel movement, battle incontinence, and reduce discomfort during sex.
Dr. Margo Kwiatkowski
Dr. Kwiatkowski practices orthopedic, sport, and pelvic health physical therapy, and here are some quick and easy tips & tricks everybody should know when it comes to pelvic floor health and Kegel exercises.
Your how to use guide
Turn it on
Turn your KegelSmart™ 2 exerciser by pressing the O button; the exercise routine will start automatically after 30 seconds.
Fully insert the device into your vagina, keeping the retraction cord outside the body for easier removal after your workout.
You will feel a series of 3 quick vibrations, signaling the start of the exercise routine. And now you just need to - start working out!
For guided Kegel routine
KegelSmart™ 2 uses touch sensors to register your pelvic strength and determine your exercise level. The intelligent biofeedback program will automatically adjust the level as your strength improves over time. Developed with gynecologists and made with the smoothest medical-grade ABS silicone that’s 100% body-safe. Try KegelSmart™ 2; its guided exercises will help with bladder control, enhanced sexual sensitivity, and regaining post-birth vaginal tightness. The pelvic floor trainer comes with a rechargeable 3.7V lithium battery with 200mAh and a charger.
What is KegelSmart™ 2? What’s the difference from the first KegelSmart™?
KegelSmart™ 2 is the new generation of our first personal trainer for your pelvic floor, the original KegelSmart™. It's offering a whole new way to do your Kegel exercises. Setting you a routine that is simple to follow, safe to use, and completely tailored to your individual needs, KegelSmart™ devices are Kegel exercising made easy. KegelSmart™ 2 has five progressive levels, each with an exercise routine that perfectly matches your strength level. Its advanced technology registers your pelvic floor strength and automatically sets the exercise level to suit your needs. Simply follow the vibration-guided program; you only have to contract when it vibrates and rest when it stops. In less than 5 minutes, you will have completed an expertly designed pelvic exercise routine. If you're wondering about the difference from the device's first generation, the new KegelSmart™ 2 does not need batteries - it's completely rechargeable and comes with a charging cord.
What advantages does KegelSmart™ 2 have over unassisted training?
Kegels are the most important exercises a woman can do to protect her intimate health at every age. However, many women don’t get the full benefits of their exercises because they don’t know how to do Kegels correctly without assistance. Research shows that 50% of women cannot complete a correct Kegel contraction using written or verbal instructions alone. This is why the KegelSmart™ 2 has so many advantages. KegelSmart™ 2 chooses an exercise level that is perfectly suited for your pelvic floor strength, ensuring that you exercise at a level that will bring you the best results. It also guides you through every contraction of the exercise routine, ensuring that you hold and rest for the right amount of time with no need for counting. The device itself provides an anatomically shaped object to contract around, offering resistance and helping you to exercise correctly. KegelSmart™ 2 is your personal trainer for intimate fitness – it gives you personalized coaching and the motivation to achieve your goals.
What is the difference between the five levels?
The KegelSmart™ 2 exercise routines get gradually more challenging as you move from level 1 to level 5. Specifically, the length of time you need to hold the squeeze of your pelvic floor muscles at each contraction increases; the rest time between squeezes is shorter; hence the duration of the exercise sessions gets longer as you move up the levels. While exercising, KegelSmart™ 2 measures the strength of your squeeze, how long you can hold the squeeze, and how quickly your muscles respond when you need to squeeze. When these aspects have improved, it will move you up to the next level. KegelSmart™ 2 can also move you down a level if you are struggling with the new routine, so you are always exercising safely and not overexerting your muscles.
Does KegelSmart™ 2 help reduce urinary leakage?
Certainly! Pelvic floor training can be an effective method for treating symptoms of various types of incontinence, such as stress incontinence, urge incontinence, nighttime incontinence, and mixed incontinence.
How often should I do the exercises?
For best results, complete a KegelSmart™ 2 exercise routine daily. Once you have reached your goals, reduce them to 3-5 times a week to maintain your tone. Pelvic floor muscles, just like other muscle groups, require regular exercise to stay in great shape, so KegelSmart™ 2 should become part of your ongoing exercise routine.
How does the KegelSmart™ 2 read my pelvic strength?
KegelSmart™ 2 is equipped with touch sensor technology that allows the device to register the strength of your contractions throughout the exercise. It will then collect and analyze the data to calculate your pelvic strength level and choose the right exercise program for you.
Pelvic Floor 101: What Is The Pelvic Floor?
Many people have heard about Kegels, but not many people are aware of the muscles they are exercising: the pelvic floor.
The pelvic floor is a muscular bowl inside of the pelvis that helps support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, colon, and the uterus or the prostate.
Is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Right For You?
We’ve got a riddle for you – what acts as net to hold in your organs and innards, yet is rarely discussed?
*Drumroll Please* That’s right – your pelvic floor!
How To Tell If You Have A Weak Pelvic Floor
We know, we know. We never shut about Kegel exercises, and how important they are for your pelvic floor. That neat, hammock-like structure does a pretty big job! This group of muscles supports your internal organs, and its contractions help not only with the last bits of the digestive process but are also engaged when you climax!
Review Roundup: KegelSmart Pelvic Floor Trainer
If you’re ready to take your first steps toward incorporating Kegel exercises into your daily routine, you might be wondering where to start. While a ‘hold and squeeze’ manual method can certainly work out your pelvic floor muscles, it can be hard to know if you’re actually doing your exercises properly.