A Kegel Workout Like No Other: The Intensity & The Apex
Are you looking for a way to strengthen your body and heighten your pleasure without ever having to leave your bedroom? I know, it sounds too good to be true.
Talking about sex toys and products that don’t deliver is like trying to sell beets to a beet farmer (cue Dwight Schrute) – everyone ends up pissed off and feeling a little stupid in the end. That’s why we take special care to only talk about those products that not only work, but that really work. The Intensity and Apex are two of them.
Before you run screaming with your fingers in your ears at another mention of ‘Kegels’, hear me out. These little bad boys are super important to not only your orgasms (big whoop, right?) but also your bladder control. That means that, earth-shattering orgasms aside, if you’re ignoring your pelvic floor muscles, you could start to experience, erm, drips every now and then. Unwanted drips. Down there. Catch my drift?
The Soo.. What?
Now that I’ve got your attention, exercising your pelvic floor, also known as your PC muscles, IS SO IMPORTANT PEOPLE. While you may spend five minutes in traffic trying to “scrunch together” those little guys down there, how do you know if you’re doing it right? You kind of don’t. In fact, half of women who do Kegel exercise don’t do them correctly.
Enter the Intensity and Apex. These devices do the work for you. I’m not even joking. They quite literally hijack your PC muscles and make them stronger. And you only have to lift a few fingers (you know, to operate the thing).
Not only do these two products provide a medical-grade Kegel workout, but they also increase the strength and frequency of your orgasms (think: multiple) and strengthen your vagina walls.
So, let’s recap. There’s a product that can strengthen your Kegel muscles with no help from you, give you more and better orgasms, AND tighten your muscles? I kid you not, dear reader. This is not a dream co-starring Ryan Gosling.
The How’s it Work?
Both products deliver electro stimulation via the stainless steel pads located on either side of the shaft. Once inserted, you inflate it until it’s snug, but so tight that you feel uncomfortable. That way, the pads give the most stimulation they can to your muscles. Then, starting on the lowest setting, you sit back, relax, and ten minutes later, deflate the device and pull out!
For the best results, you should “work out” daily for the first few weeks, only raising the intensity when your body gets used to it. Then, switch to using it only a couple times a week for up keep. Trust me, you’ll see results.
But, PLEASE, read the instructions – this isn’t the “terms and agreements” we all say we read, but we all know no one ever does. This stuff is actually important.
The Wait, There’s More!
As if that weren’t enough (we’re in 2018, it’s never enough), the Intensity also deliver some toe-curling, scare-your-dog orgasms.
On the Intensity, there’s two different controls – one for vibration and one for intensity (get it?) – that you can fiddle away with until you find the perfect combination for your unique pleasure needs. Plus, there’s two vibes – one inside and a rabbit one outside – so no part of your vagina is getting its feelings hurt. They call it the “pelvic exerciser with a kick.”
The Apex does not have the rabbit vibe, but because of the contractions it causes in your muscles, you can still get some pretty powerful pleasure from using it. In fact, because both women AND men should be working out their pelvic floor, the Apex can also be used by men to strengthen their prostrate. Which will mean they can finally get that p-spot orgasm and reduce the risk of cancer. So, it’s kind of a win-win.
So, if you’re ready to be your laziest, but best self, get yourself one of these products. You can thank me (and your super-tight-non-dripping-extra-strengthened-Kegels) later.
Brittany Kay is the former assistant editor for StorErotica, the national trade publication for the adult retail industry. She currently works as an SEO writing ninja for a national marketing company, which pays better but is rather boring compared to writing about sex toys all day. She also freelances for a number of different industries and likes to take long naps in her her spare time.