At Last, A Device To Help Men Strengthen Their Penises
Men, get ready for a different kind of workout.
A new device will help you perform a variety of pelvic floor exercises — a.k.a. Kegels — that can boost sexual stamina and prevent leaks from your bladder, making it a nice idea for guys young and old. It’s called the kGoal Boost and it kind of looks like a black and blue vagina.
The thing is basically a big pulsing button that you sit on. You can put it on your office chair, your church pew, whatever. The kGoal Boost may not be the first such device, but it might be the most interactive. It connects to a smartphone app and gives you a variety of exercises and activities centered around flexing that region between your penis and butt. It’s designed to work even if you’re wearing pants.
(Please wear pants.)
“All of our guided workouts and games are five-minute chunks. If you’re doing a workout for five minutes a day, every day, you’re going to be in a real good spot,” Brian Krieger, CEO of Minna Life, the company behind the device, told The Huffington Post in an interview Wednesday.
Here’s what a “real good spot” means, according to Minna Life: You’ll have greater control over your orgasms, better bladder control and an easier time recovering if you’ve just had prostate surgery.
There’s an entire realm of pelvic floor physical therapy that taps into these ideas for men who’ve undergone certain procedures or have conditions like diabetes, and the Urology Care Foundation recommends Kegel exercises to prevent urine leakage.
In truth, you don’t really need a device to do Kegel exercises. You could be doing them right now! Just flex your no-no zone.
But the activities in the kGoal Boost smartphone app are designed —> Read More