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Four weeks to an Iron Clad Vajajay – the movie.

June 23, 2015

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***All opinions are my own, vagina is my own, and results are true and accurate***

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Slight dip, not sure why, but overall a big improvement.


A little over four weeks ago I vowed to use my Pericoach pelvic floor training system religiously for 28 days so I could gauge the results and give you an unbiased and realistic review of whether a pelvic floor training device is just a gimmick, or something that will actually benefit you if you have a pelvic floor that ain’t what it used to be.

If you want to read about my starting point, you can see that here.

During this process I’ve spoken to a number of women with pelvic floor issues.

Some were considering surgery to correct their leaky bladders and weak pelvic floors. These discussions made me realise that when looking at the array of pelvic floor issues out there, I’m not too bad, so I reverted to thinking maybe it’s just what happens after you grow a couple of watermelons from tiny seeds, that gradually push down on your pelvic floor until they force their way out of your birth canal.

But then I spoke to other women who have had more children than I have via natural birth and have not leaked a drop in their life.

The simple fact is, springing a leak post sproglets is extremely common, but is not just a part of life that we must endure. You can strengthen your pelvic floor just like any other muscle in the body unless your situation is particularly bad in which case you should seek advice.

With that, we ask, did I attain an Iron Clad Vajayjay in only four weeks of constant training?

Check out the Iron Clad Vajayajay Challenge video and see for yourself.


Some days I blitzed it and hit 100% every time with ease.

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Blitzing it on a good strong day.

Other days, if I was sick or tired, I didn’t do so well.

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Not winning this day.

My strength grew undoubtedly, and I will continue to use it regularly as I’m happy with the side effects (watch video), and looking forward to seeing further progress.

Would I recommend this system to everyone with a leaky vagootz?

I’m not an expert so I can’t do that.

If you have LBL, I recommend it wholeheartedly, if you have bigger issues with bladder or bowel control or prolapsing, I recommend you speak to a physiotherapist that specialises in this field.

My biggest message is don’t be ashamed.

I’m sharing my story loud and proud in hope that other women stop feeling embarrassed. What’s a little wee between friends right?

We can’t control it happening, but we can endeavour to take control back.

What do you think of the results? Did it work?


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  • Reply Gary Lum June 23, 2015 at 7:30 am

    I wonder how many men exercise the dorsal muscles of their penile root to improve an upright position. I read once that it’s good to hang a wet towel over it and try for ten ‘pull ups’.

    • Reply Danielle June 25, 2015 at 2:21 pm

      Ay my recent tantra class she explained how important that muscle is for dudes. it helps with all sorts!

  • Reply Rainbow June 23, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    I must confess, I was not certain what I was about to see on your video clip, so waited until the kiddies were safely in bed before viewing!
    Having also had a shabby PF for about 5 years now, I too miss out on the rhythmic bounce of the trampoline, the carefree run around the park, and gaily skipping about in the yard!
    I’ve tried a different approach – seeing a specialist Dr, who after a rather awkward examination (with male medical student present) pretty much advised Physio Pelvic Floor training…
    So am back to square one!
    The great thing I can see with the Peri coach is the instant feedback you get with every frunch, no effort is wasted and you know you’re doing it right. No awkward moments with your Physio’s fingers….

    • Reply Danielle June 25, 2015 at 2:20 pm

      Oh no! That sounds tres awks. I find remembering to do it difficult. At least this little baby sends me notifications to my phone with words of encouragement to keep going.

  • Reply Mumma Bear June 23, 2015 at 9:54 pm

    Ha ha ha! Love the frunch face.

    • Reply Danielle June 25, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      Ph no! May I suggest….

  • Reply Bec @ The Plumbette June 27, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    This video is awesome! Respect for talking about an issue that so many suffer in silence from. X

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