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Kegel exercises are a muscle strengthening routine developed by Dr. Arnold Kegel, Gynecologist, at the University of Southern California in 1948.
Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, primarily the pubococcygeus muscle. There are no Kegel muscles.
Strong pelvic floor muscles in females of all ages are important for good health, relationships, and sexual enjoyment.
Toned pelvic muscles are important for the following reasons:
- They help prevent urinary incontinence and organ prolapse
- They make sex with a partner more satisfying for both
- They increase the strength and duration of orgasm in women
Intensity automatically exercises the pelvic floor muscles with gentle muscle stimulation and provides a pleasurable sensation while doing so. Exercise is important; you may as well enjoy doing it. Intensity, Kegel exercises with a kick.