There's an app for everything these days... and that isn't always a good thing.
With the popularity of fitness apps, fitness trackers, and the fitness tracking apps for those trackers, I can track almost anything, from the sprint from my home office to the bathroom to every piece of chocolate I consume. Now I can even track my vaginal exercises with the special kGoal Smart Kegel Trainer and its accompanying app.
Don’t believe me? There’s a current Kickstarter campaign for a device that resembles a hand grenade. You insert the bulb and every time you squeeze “correctly” it vibrates. Take a look at their video.
Tracking my steps and my meals keep me on the healthy track, but my vagina doesn’t need an app, nor does it need a “trainer.”
Even before I started my career as a sex toy consultant, women’s magazines like Cosmopolitan and Glamour consistently touted the benefits of kegel exercises. “Squeezing those pelvic muscles will make your partner scream with pleasure!” I read. Next came the obligatory directions for the exercises and how stronger muscles would help bladder control. Super sexy that was not.
This article was originally published at Momtastic. Reprinted with permission from the author.