First of all, Thank you to my anonymous personal trainer for some information.Kegels are Exercises that strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the urethra, bladder, uterus and rectum. The Kegels are recommended for women with urinary incontinence, after child birth or menopause. The benefit of doing Kegels Exercises on daily basis includes stronger pelvic muscles, reduce urinary incontinence leaking of urine and increased pleasure with sexual activity.
Doing Kegels is simple easy, risk free,and painless. It involves squeezing pelvic floor muscles it can be done anywhere and anytime to identify the correct muscle. Some women initially have difficulty contracting the correct muscles.they contract their abdominal or thigh muscle instead of their pelvic floor muscles
The tips on identifying the correct muscles is to sit on the toilet and place one finger in your vagina. Squeeze your finger with your vaginal muscle. You should be able to feel the muscle tighten around your finger.While urinating,stop the flow of urine midstream by contracting your pelvic floor muscles. Do not do this repeatedly. Imagine that a tampon is going to fall out of your vagina. Tighten your pelvic muscles in order to hang on to it. Imagine that you are trying hard not to urinate or pass gas. SQUEEZE THOSE MUSCLES.