Quiz: Are your pelvic floor muscles holding you back?

Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor Muscles with Kegelbell

Kegelbell was made to help people live more confidently by eliminating weak pelvic floor muscles and all the side effects they cause.

First, to find out if you're living with weak pelvic floor muscles, take our quiz.

More than 75% of women have pelvic floor muscles that are atrophied.


All it takes to weaken these muscles is doing the stuff of everyday life: high-impact sport, giving birth, gaining weight, chronic cough, prolonged inactivity, and if you make it through all of that, chances are menopause will do it.

Kegelbell was made to help people live more confidently by eliminating weak pelvic floor muscles and all the side effects they cause.

First, to find out if you're living with weak pelvic floor muscles, take our quiz.

More than 75% of women have pelvic floor muscles that are atrophied. All it takes to weaken these muscles is doing the stuff of everyday life: high-impact sport, giving birth, gaining weight, chronic cough, prolonged inactivity, and if you make it through all of that, chances are menopause will do it.

Some of the common side effects include:

  • Incontinence - This manifests in our daily lives by avoiding activities that may cause little accidents (running, jumping, laughing), wearing dark clothes to cover over accidents, avoiding travel, wearing pads constantly and much more...
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse -The earliest sign you may notice is a feeling of heaviness or fullness in the vagina. Your sexual partner could possibly notice the organs collapsing into the canal before you do. You can also check yourself for the tell-tale bulging of an organ collapsing into the canal. When caught early, effects can be reversed.
  • Sexual Dysfunction - Laxity or looseness, which is incredibly common for women post-pregnancy, dryness or an inability to self-lubricate when aroused and orgasm dysfunction.

If you're living with any of the signs, fear not. Your muscles want to be toned and healthy.


Kegels are proven to treat and prevent all the above conditions. The effectiveness of vaginal weights has been widely studied and they are a verified way for women to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

That's why we created Kegelbell, or as we like to call the Super Kegel. You can quickly and naturally tone and strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor (the muscles of the vagina, anus, and perineum) by increasing the weight and resistance by holding the weight outside of the body.

Learn more about how Kegelbell strengthens weak pelvic floor muscles.