Today I was browsing through the opportunities on a couple of the sponsorship websites I belong to. These sites match brands with influencers. In other words, they pimp out social media addicts such as myself. They're legit, I've actually done a couple of promotional videos through them but it's not my main focus so I don't do them often.
The offer that caught my eye today is from a company called Intimina. They are offering $100-$250 through Famebit for a YouTube review of their product. The product is called the Laselle Exercise Routine. It's not a craft product nor is it something that I think my viewers would be interested in so I won't be doing a video review.
However, I can certainly do a review here on my blog and I will even do it for free. You're welcome, Intimina.
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I didn't realize there was a chance that my pelvic floor training could reach a plateau. Who knew?!
Nudge, nudge...wink, wink.
Are you still wondering just exactly what this is? Let me explain:
This complete workout set includes 3 exercisers of varying weights that can be used individually or combined to effectively build strength and tone. Worn internally, the spherical shaped weight provides a solid object to flex your muscles around and emits subtle vibrations during movement to confirm that it is correctly placed.
It's not what you're thinking. This is legitimate exercise equipment to help tone your floppy Kegels. The vibrations are subtle and necessary to confirm proper placement. If you're concerned that the vibration might be TOO subtle you could always just attach your exerciser to one of these:
Are you wondering exactly how this works? I will tell you and then I will demonstrate for you.
Laselle™ Exercisers allow you to start with a weight that best suits your current level of strength and progress from there.
• Light Resistance (28g/1oz) is ideal for women who have a weaker pelvic floor or for beginners.
• Moderate Resistance (38g/1.3oz) is perfect for those experienced in weight-free exercising.
• Higher Resistance (48g/1.7oz) is best for women experienced in weighted exercising for the most advanced training.
Sounds reasonable. Let's give this a try. Here's me doing my first set with the Light Resistance Exercisers.
Here's me doing my second set with the Moderate Resistance Exercisers.
Here's me doing my third set with the Higher Resistance Exercisers.
Clearly I'm in better shape than I thought. Fortunately the Laselle Exercise Routine is fully customizable, even for those of us who clearly qualify for the Kegel Olympics.
With this complete workout set you have the option to either use your exercisers individually or combined to effectively build pelvic floor strength and tone.
Here's me doing my first set with my exercisers linked together.
It took some trial and error but I was finally able to get some results after linking my exercisers together in a configuration that resembled a cluster of grapes.
Since my pelvic floor has never felt better, I want to help you get yours toned and creak-free too. I'm all about cheaper alternatives so here is my solution for a DIY Laselle Exercise Routine. My system is better because it has 4 different levels, not just 3. That gives you more options for a more complete pelvic floor workout. I call it Four on The Pelvic Floor. Here's what you get in the complete set:
|For the Beginner. Don't forget to breathe.|
|Intermediate Level 1 includes a charging station for your not at all inappropriate subtle placement confirmation vibration.|
|Intermediate Level 2 can even be used outdoors. Who's gonna know, right?|
|This is for advanced exercisers only. Clearly this girl is an amateur.|