Sorry diamonds, Kegels are a girl’s best friend
The Kegel Corner supports, encourages and invites women to join the pelvic floor health conversation. And pelvic floor health begins and ends with the Kegel. Contracting and releasing your pelvic muscles helps to prevent and reverse the effects of pelvic floor disorders, such as incontinence and prolapse. Simply put, Kegels work.
Steps to a Stronger Pelvic Floor
Read our detailed Kegel guide to get the most from your workout.
Effective Kegel Exercises
Get doctor tips on making your Kegel exercises efficient and successful.
Manage Your Muscles
Make sure not to tighten other muscles, such as your stomach or legs, when performing Kegel exercises. Take steady breaths and squeeze only the pelvic floor muscles.