Lovelife Krush Is a Good Intercourse Toy Making Kegel Health Enjoyable


It is natural for the pelvic muscles to weaken as a result of childbirth and aging, and throughout life. After giving birth to four babies, I can confirm that an unexpected sneeze or a loud laugh can often require a change of clothes. Strengthening the pelvic floor has several benefits, especially for new mothers looking to rejuvenate their muscles, including the possibility of more intense pleasure and stronger orgasms. If Kegel exercises are done consistently, it is a relatively easy way to achieve this. However, it can be difficult to remember to perform them and measure progress.

When I heard that the OhMiBod Lovelife Krush, a kegel exercise machine that helps strengthen the pelvic muscles, had a smartphone fitness app, it seemed that this could make this routine exercise less of a hassle and more fun. I also wondered if it might help get that part of the body back into shape.

Lovelife Krush is the perfect companion for a pelvic floor fitness routine.
Alice Chase

Omibods Lovelife Krush received the Consumer Electronics Show’s Best of CES Award for digital health and fitness products in 2016. This gave me confidence that there would be positive results from this.

Lovelife Krush connects via Bluetooth to an app called TASL, short for The Art and Science of Love, with which the Kegel exercises can be tracked. The Krush measures pressure, grip, endurance and control of your pelvic muscles and allows you to set goals and monitor your progress using sensors and vibrations. The program includes pool training and language classes. However, it can also be used without the app. The device is rechargeable, waterproof and made of safe silicone.

How does Lovelife Krush work?

I had never used a device like this before and I wasn’t sure what to expect. It’s a light pink, hourglass-shaped device with a long tail and a heart on the end. It’s shorter than a bullet vibrator and its insertion is similar to that of a tampon. The tail hangs out so you can easily remove it when you’re done.

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To start the exercises, there is a button on the front of the hourglass shape that starts a vibration pattern. This can also be triggered via the app. A training program with voice instructions led me through exercises that I had chosen based on my level of experience: first trigger, sexy trainer, mother-to-be, flow control and more. The key is to both press and release. A slight vibration signaled the beginning and the end of each print.

Lovelife Krush sex toys sexual wellness The OhMiBod Lovelife Krush offers a range of fitness training programs that you can choose from via the TASL app.
Alice Chase

The range of options makes it an excellent tool for regaining strength through the many different stages of life. The app even has a setting to record targets and help you keep track of them.

It was easy for me to do the exercises – but challenging at the same time. Later, when I looked at my stats, I found that I had room for improvement. Like any woman, I could benefit from doing more kegels. In the short time I’ve been using this device, I’ve noticed a difference and I loved that I had something that could measure the amount of effort I was making. Just having the adorable device around was enough to remind me to put it into practice doing Kegels more times than I was before. The Lovelife Krush is a worthwhile investment in a wellness area that is often overlooked.

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