Yoniegg.com was featured on on Self’s website in an article about kegel exercises, here’s an excerpt from the article below:
“The first step in doing Kegel exercises is to learn to flex your pelvic floor muscles.”
Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which surround your vagina and urethra and support your bladder. Having a strong pelvic floor is primarily important for preventing incontinence in older women and women who are pregnant or have recently had a baby.
But working the pelvic floor—in particular, the pubococcygeus (or PC) muscle—has another benefit any woman can enjoy: better orgasms. Stronger muscles contract harder, and more contraction means more intense sensation.
And if you want a little extra help, yes, there is Kegel exercise equipment. And yes—of course—there’s an app for that.
For the weight-room type there are yoni eggs and Kegel balls, which are basically weights that you insert into your vagina. Then you use your PC muscles to keep them from falling out.