Again, isn't being a woman just peachy?
But if you struggle to do your pelvic floor clenches daily, a new device and app is under development that will essentially be a fit band for your hoo-ha.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the kGoal (pictured) is a kegal trainer. Made of a body-safe silicone pillow, you insert the device and then the clever gadget reads the strength of your pelvic floor exercises, and then records it on an accompanying app to help track progress.
There are already lady part trainers out there, but this will be the first that allows women to track their progress with data like other fit bands.
The kGoal also contains a small motor that gives 'real-time vibrational feedback'. Erm, is that like a way to incentivise the workout? Well, actually yes.
"This is not a trojan horse situation where kGoal is actually a vibrator," Brian Krieger, CEO of Minna Life who produce the device, told Nerve.com.
"Building on what makes kGoal unique, one issue that we really wanted to address was how to convince people to do their Kegel exercises," and rewarding women with orgasms is a good way to do it Brian. Simple, yet effective.
There are many reasons women need to be doing regular pelvic floor exercises, ranging from boosting orgasm strength to protecting against complications after childbirth and preventing incontinence (76% of women will experience incontinence in later life. 76%?! We might as well give up now).
The product is currently looking for funding to go into production on Kickstarter, and then it is expected to retail for $175 (£102) and should be available from December 2014.
Admit it, you're clenching right now.
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