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The Vagina Files – PeriCoach Pelvic Floor Vagazzler update

May 15, 2015

*** This is a sponsored post***

***All thoughts and ideas are my own and the experiment will be done on my vagina, not someone else’s***

PeriCoach device - aka The Vagazzler

PeriCoach device – aka The Vagazzler

Back in December I was the lucky recipient of the PeriCoach pelvic floor training system.

The system consisted of the fun looking PeriCoach device plus a smart phone app to which the device communicates the results of my squeezing and clenching via blue tooth.

If you would like to recap that first post, you can check it out here.

Whether you’re doing Kegels on your own, or using a device to help you on the path to an iron clad vagootz the concept of pelvic floor training is similar to going to the gym.

You can’t go once a fortnight and expect fantasmagorical results.

To train to be Miss Olympia you need to go to the gym every day and sculpt your body into the shape and strength desired.

To train for the New York Marathon you need to run regularly and work on your endurance to be able to complete the arduous run.

So too does it follow that to regain your former pelvic floor glory you need to train consistently. You don’t need to run for miles a day, nor need you lift heavy things, although intimacy coach and vagina weight lifter, Kim Anami, may beg to differ.

Kim has trained her pelvic floor to mind-boggling heights and she travels the world lifting everything from doughnuts to surfboards using her pelvic floor muscles to remind women that with a little determination you too can have a Terminator vagina.

pelvic floor trainer

The local clan of monkeys did not know what to make of this.

I’m not suggesting lifting surfboards with your va-jay-jay is something to aspire to but I do think that being able to do whatever form of exercise you want without springing a leak in your knicks is something worth frunching (fanny crunching) for.

I’ve had a number of readers emailing me and asking how I’m going with the PeriCoach system four months on, and the honest answer is fairly pants. It has nothing to do with the system itself but everything to do with my lack of dedication to becoming a vaginal weightlifter.

Initially I was gung ho, much like when you first get your new gym membership. I was committed and pumped and I started to see some great results. Within mere weeks I was noticing my strength rise and I also noticed the added bonus of stronger orgasms – winning.

Why did I stop?

My routine got broken over New Years. I went away and didn’t take it with me and then it sat in the drawer and I forgot about it.

Now PeriCoach and I have made a pact.

We want to see exactly what the results would be if I used it every day for four weeks. It only takes 2 minutes a day and it records every single twitch of my pelvic floor and it graphs my progress making it completely fool proof to see what it going on down there in the secret regions of my nethers.

With a system designed with women’s pelvic health specialists and a contraption listed by the TGA as a medical device PeriCoach stands out from other products of its kind. My lady bits are going to the Olympics….

And I’m going to document my entire journey with PeriCoach –

The Iron Clad Vagina Documentary

One in three women experience bladder leaks, and we tend to just put up with it because we think it’s normal. It’s not normal, and you can do something about it.

We also tend to keep schtum about it because it an awks conversation, but with figures like 33.33% (ish) of us having leaky taps – we are not alone.

The pelvic floor is actually used for more than holding your wee wee. The pelvic floor provides stability for your lower body, and works in conjunction with your transverse abdominus and multifidis to keep your core strong.

A strong core gives you back stability, which can help with the prevention and management of back issues.

I don’t have back issues. My issue is purely in the leaky pant region.

Let’s break down exactly where my weakness lies –

  •  Star jumps (I can do 25 jumps before it’s all over)
  • Trampolining (under one minute of jumping before springing a leak)
  • Sneezing (without bracing first)

If you’re curious about strengthening your pelvic floor and wondering if a device is the right way for you to regain control of your leaky bits, stay tuned.

I’ll demystify it and show you exactly what you can expect, and probably give you a laugh at my expense on the way….

Hopefully not enough to wet your pants.

Are you curious to see the results? (If you want to skip ahead four weeks to see the result, head here)

Are you happy with your pelvic floor function?


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  • Reply Kim-Marie from Kimba Likes May 15, 2015 at 10:25 am

    I think I need to step up my frunching! After years of not being able to exercise enough due to autoimmune disease, my back and core muscles are lacking some oomph.

    I don’t have the wee wee issue (still honeymoon fresh after a caesarean) but strengthening my core from the, ahem, inside out sounds like a top idea, using my front bottom!

    • Reply Danielle May 17, 2015 at 5:37 pm

      Front bottom frunching is the new ab-roller, darling.

  • Reply Melinda May 15, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    I don’t have a problem with keeping my wee where it should be either, but I do love a good story involving someone else using a benign looking weapon to improve their child ruined vagina.

    • Reply Danielle May 17, 2015 at 5:39 pm

      Ruined is going a little far. It’s still plenty good for some things. Well, one thing in particular.Know what I mean???? 😉

  • Reply San May 18, 2015 at 11:39 pm

    If by pelvic floor muscles you mean the ‘bargain basement’ I’ve got one! The shape of that thing??? I need to see some instructions. Are they like crash cymbals that you tie to your knees and become ‘Bert ‘- the “One Man Band” out of Mary Poppins? or do you just wear one, so it’s more like the sound of one hand clapping??? seriously…….

    • Reply Danielle May 22, 2015 at 1:58 pm

      god you crack me up….the visuals!!!

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  • Reply Spud queen June 1, 2015 at 10:55 pm

    So obvious that you are paid for your comments – shame it costs real people their real jobs.

    • Reply Danielle June 2, 2015 at 7:16 am

      I am paid to use the product and give my honest opinion. My comments are not bought.
      This is my job… how does my job effect other people?

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      I do not understand how possibly Danielle’s honest review can cost real people their real job. Danielle is a real person and her real job is as a freelancing writer on her blog. She is not paid for her opinions. She is paid for her time and access to her audience. I hope you had a nice day because you really sound like you needed a hug. Or some sugar. Or some attention.

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