Benwa Ball Basics

Benwa Ball Basics

Benwa Ball Basics, everything you should know and more.

Kegel Muscles extend from the pubic bone in the front to your coccyx at the back and support the bladder, uterus and bowel. They weaken through childbirth, lack of use, surgery or age.

Kegel muscles were named by Dr Arnold H Kegel, who was looking for a non surgical method for achieving genital relaxation.

Tantra practitioners use the Kegel Muscles to exercise control and explore sensuality. Control increases pleasure during sex.

Ever heard the saying if you don’t use it you lose it! Women who have sex regularly have stronger Kegel muscles.

Benwa Balls were originally two separate balls manufactured from metal or ivory and used to increase male pleasure during intercourse.

In ancient Asia (500 AD) Benwa Balls were known as Rin No Tama, which translates as Tinkling Bells.

Benwa Balls have been medically endorsed as a Kegel Muscle exercising device simply put they are dumbbells for your vagina.

You can tighten and strengthen your Kegel Muscles through Kegel exercises or the regular use of Benwa Balls.

Benwa Balls, Kegel Balls, Vagina or Love Balls are all versions of the same thing. Single, duo with or without a tug cord, they are inserted into the vagina like a tampon.

Benwa balls stimulate, massage and train the pelvic muscles making them the sexiest exercise device ever.

Want to use your Benwa Balls for pleasure: Insert them into the vagina while you have anal sex or attach a bullet vibrator to the tug cord.

You can test the strength of your Kegel Muscles by doing the tug test. Clamp your kegel Muscles as tightly as you can and pull in the tug cord. The tighter your muscles the more difficult it will be to extract.

Don’t know where your Kegel Muscles are? Next time you go to the loo, stop your urine stream and hold, identify the muscles you are using. That’s them.

Regular use of Kegel Balls will see a noticeable improvement in your Kegel Muscle strength within 5 weeks. Regular use is at least 3 times a week for at least 2 hours a day.

Pregnant women are advised to strengthen their Kegel Muscles to prepare the pelvic floor for the stress the body is going to encounter is the final stage of pregnancy and during childbirth.

Why do you want them to be strong? Your orgasm will be far more explosive and more importantly, when you get old you won’t pee in your pants when you skip, laugh or sneeze. It’s just not sexy!


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