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Your vagina can do A LOT of things, even weight lift. Yeah, vaginal weights are an actual thing, and they’re becoming trendy. As long as you follow the proper techniques, using vagina weights is totally safe and a great way to improve your pelvic health as well as your sex life. 

Today we’ll fill you in on everything you need to know about vaginal weights plus their benefits, the proper use technique, and aftercare. 

Let's get started!

What Are Vaginal Weights?

Vaginal weightlifting is a pelvic floor exercise like Kegels where you squeeze and lift objects inside your vagina to help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. 

Read More: What are Kegel Balls? 


The Benefits of Vaginal Weights

Vaginal weights have many spicy benefits. Let's take a look:

  • Helps train your pelvic floor muscles.
  • Increases blood flow to your vagina and vulva, which enhances sexual arousal. 
  • May experience more intense contractions during the Big O. 
  • You may have more internal control during penetration and a stronger grip, which can improve stimulation.

Using vaginal weights has other benefits too. Because you'll develop stronger pelvic floor muscles, your pelvic floor organs will be supported better and can help with the following:


Disclaimer: Before you start using vaginal weights, first consult with your medical practitioner, as they will be able to tell you if they are a right fit for you. 

Dr. Janet Brito, a licensed psychologist and certified sex therapist with the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health, says, "It's best to address the root of the problem that vaginal weightlifting is trying to heal."


Which Vaginal Weights Should You Start With?

Kegel exercise weights are the most commonly used objects for vaginal weightlifting. Let's explore some vaginal weights.


Kegel Exercise Weights

These devices are typically made from medical-grade silicone and come in different shapes, such as spheres and teardrops.

Grace, the vibrating and weighted kegel balls are perfect to use. It has dual-weighted balls designed for muscle toning, pleasure, and comfort. 

These types of kegel vaginal weights are specifically designed to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, providing a variety of benefits like better bladder control, faster postnatal recovery, and more intense orgasms. It's a great way to care for yourself and improve your overall health and well-being!

Give Grace a try if you’re interested in an enjoyable vaginal workout.

And remember, Grace is remote-controlled. This is great for ease of use but you can also involve your partner if you feel comfortable and give them full control of the remote. Fun!

Disclaimer: Before you buy a set of vaginal weights, speak with a pelvic floor therapist. They can help you to determine whether vaginal weights are for you and with what size you should start off with. 


How to Prepare Your Vaginal Weights

Before you can use your vaginal weights, you first need to do some preparation. Start with:

  • Wash your hands with water and soap. 
  • Make sure your vaginal weights are clean as well. 
  • Run your vaginal weights underwater to get rid of the soapy residue.
  • Start with the lightest vaginal weight. You can go heavier when you're ready and feel comfortable. 

How to Insert Vaginal Weights

You can use the following techniques to make the insertion process of the weights easier.

  1. Lube up your vaginal weights with water-based lube so that you can safely insert the weights.
  2. Insert it the same as you would do with a tampon, or lie on your back and lift one of your legs.
  3. The string of the vaginal weights should hang outside of your vagina; if it isn’t, you have pushed them up too far. Don’t stress, relax your muscles and pull out the vaginal weights and reposition it. 
  4. Once it’s in, squeeze those pelvic floor muscles, babe, so that you can hold and lift the vaginal weights. 

Read More: How to Use Kegel Balls: A Complete Guide


Practice, Practice, and More Practice

You need to practice to get good at something and see results (strong pelvic floor muscles) because practice makes perfect, right? Let's have a look.

  • Do 3 sets of 12 reps, 2 times a day for 3 times a week.
  • Lift and squeeze the vaginal weights for 5 seconds and then relax for 5 seconds. You can do this while lying down or standing up. Contacting or relaxing for longer than 5 seconds may cause pelvic floor problems.
  • You can increase the weight size gradually as you get more comfortable. After a few months, incorporate some exercises while using your vaginal weight, like squatting or going up and down the stairs.

How to Remove Your Vaginal Weights

To remove the vaginal weight, follow the following steps:

  • Gently tug on the string until the vaginal weights slip out.
  • If you can't find the string, stay calm and insert your finger into your vagina and feel for the string. Once you feel it, tug on it and remove it. 

Aftercare of Vaginal Weights

After you have removed your vaginal weights, give them a good wash down with soap and water. Some vaginal weights might have specific aftercare instructions, so make sure to follow them. 

You might also consider keeping a log or journal with notes about your progress. If you’re dealing with any symptoms that you’re trying to address, track those too. 


Do Vaginal Weights Come With Any Risks?

Just like any exercise, vaginal weights can have potential risks. Let's take a look.

  • Pain
  • Discomfort
  • Overextension

To prevent these potential risks from happening, make sure to follow the proper techniques and start off with the lightest weight. You can always work yourself up from there and go heavier when you feel comfortable. 


When Should You Avoid Vaginal Weights

You may want to avoid vaginal weights if the following describes you:

  • If you're pregnant.
  • If you just had a baby and you're still recovering.
  • If you are recovering from a gynecological surgery.

Final Thoughts On Vaginal Weights

Vaginal weights are weights that may help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which will not only improve your health but your sex life too. It has many benefits, which will help make your day-to-day life less challenging. 

But please remember that you should first consult your doctor to find out if they are the right fit for you. They are not for everyone, and as mentioned above, there are some situations where you need to avoid them. 

If you're not sure what vaginal weights to go for, we suggest going for Grace. She will transform your intimate routine and provide you with comfort and pleasure. 

With the proper preparation, techniques, and aftercare of vaginal weights, you can achieve stronger pelvic floor muscles. What are you waiting for? Get yourself vaginal weights and say hello to a stronger and healthier vagina. 

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