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BLOOM ~ by We Vibe

BLOOM ~ by We Vibe

Toning and strengthening your PC muscle increases blood flow to your muscles, enhancing sensations and making it easier to orgasm¹. Your muscles contract during an orgasm, so a toned pelvic floor can intensify your orgasms.

Your PC (pubococcygeus — that’s PEW-bow-kok-SEE-gee-us) muscle stretches from your pubic bone to your tailbone, supporting your pelvic organs. This is part of a group of muscles called your pelvic floor muscles.

You can find it right now by imagining you’re peeing and then stopping the flow of urine with a quick muscle contraction. The muscle you squeezed is your PC muscle, which is also one of the muscles that contracts during orgasm.

Your pelvic floor muscles can be weakened with pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, weight gain or surgery. Toning your PC muscle may help you achieve more satisfying orgasms and also help control leaks of urine that can happen when sneezing, laughing, coughing or exercising.

Contracting your PC muscle is called a Kegel exercise; named after the doctor who promoted it as a way to strengthen your pelvic floor and enjoy sex more.

Have fun getting fit

Bloom by We-Vibe™ turns Kegel exercise workouts into something pleasurable you’ll continue to look forward to. Your workout will never be boring, with 10+ different modes of rumbly vibration to enjoy.

  • Start your Kegel exercise by contracting for 5 seconds and then relaxing for 5 seconds
  • Try doing this 12 times in a row
  • For the best results, do your routine 3 times a day
  • As you become stronger, increase your workout by switching to heavier interchangeable weights and hold the contraction for 10 second each time

Tips & tricks

Try to only activate your PC muscle not your surrounding muscles (thighs, glutes or abs).

When doing Kegel exercises with Bloom by We-Vibe, with each squeeze it should feel like you’re drawing Bloom up, slightly toward your belly button, not pushing it out.

Try doing your Kegel exercise in front of a mirror for some visual support. Your perineum (the area between your vagina and anus) should contract with each squeeze.

Relaxation is key. Learning to relax the pelvic floor is as important as learning to engage the muscles. A tense, strained pelvic floor can lead to further health issues. By fully relaxing as you finish your training sessions, you will establish a practice that supports total pelvic floor wellness.

BLOOM ~ by We Vibe

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