Some vaginal exercisers are designed to create resistance but aren't weighted nor do they display any feedback. The most common of these are the spring exercisers, used vaginally, with the pelvic floor muscles
contracting against the device, which the springs force open.
Spring devices can help users to build muscle strength but they do require that users can already identify and contract (even weakly) their pelvic floor muscles. Spring exercisers are very heavily marketed worldwide by their manufacturers and distributors, and are therefore the most familiar pelvic floor exercise devices to many women.
Manufacturers of these devices tend to recommend exercise regimes that don't reflect current Australian guidelines for pelvic floor exercising, so we include a FREE copy of Women's Waterworks (RRP $15) with both of these products to provide additional guidance on exercise frequency and technique to our customers.
Kegelmaster. Vaginal exerciser with springs for variable progressive resistance. Supplied with FREE copy of Women's Waterworks by Dr Pauline Chiarelli (RRP $15) for essential information on exercise technique and frequency. More...