Dramatically improve your sex life

...while sitting at a red light!

Do you sit at a red light and multi-task?

  • Call a friend;
  • Eat a snack;
  • Curse the light for making you late? 

    Whatever you do...

    What if...in those moments, you could:

    • Dramatically improve your sex life;
    • Prevent embarrassing leakage; AND
    • Keep your uterus from dropping.

    Would you?Take the Red Light Challenge and change your life!

    In today's fast paced world, we must multi-task! This is your opportunity to add another task to that list.
    A task so quick and easy, yet it will change your life!

    Interested? Only 4 red lights a day will benefit you in and out of the bedroom!


    Have you ever laughed or coughed so hard... you wet your pants?
    Well, I have. This comedian had me laughing soooooo hard you guessed it... "the problem" wet pants.

    Have you ever noticed, when you stop exercising your muscles become weak and flabby?
    Ignore a muscle long enough, you can lose it. The RED LIGHT Challenge will turn back the hands of time.


    The Kegel Exercise!

    The good news is, this exercise will not make you sweat and it will pay dividends you can't imagine.

    Heartfelt thanks go to a gynecologist, Dr Arnold Kegel, who developed this exercise to help prevent incontinence (urine leakage) in women following childbirth.

    Anatomy of the Kegel

    The Kegel exercise strengthens the "Pelvic Floor". The pelvic floor is also known as the pubococcygeus muscle the pubococcygeus muscle is commonly called the "PC" muscle. The PC muscle is a hammock-like muscle, found in both sexes.


    Think of the PC muscle as a sling of muscles that support the pelvic floor and surround the internal genitalia.
    The PC muscle stretches from the pubic bone to the coccyx (tail bone) forming the floor of the pelvic cavity and supporting the pelvic organs.

    Have you noticed that when you exercise a muscle it gets stronger?
    Do you think it would be a good idea to strengthen the PC before you are 9 months pregnant?
    Especially if you end up carrying a 9 pound baby!

    As with any muscle, if you don't use it, you lose it. Our goal is to preserve muscle tone of the pelvic floor. Begin a daily habit (routine) to strengthen your PC to prevent embarrassing moments and enjoy blissful baby dancing!

    Interested? Here's the deal, if you will start doing this exercise at least 3 times per day (no need to limit it to 3), you will strengthen your pelvic girdle! Kegel exercises are also called pelvic floor exercises. The pelvis acts as a hammock of muscles that hold our female organs in place.

    Are you with me? Good! Let's start with finding your kegel muscle?
    Have you ever tried to stop the flow of urine? That is your kegel muscle.

    WARNING: Please do NOT make a practice of doing kegels while urinating. Only do this once to find the muscle.
    The RED LIGHT Challenge is just that, a challenge (task) for you to do at every red light (or at least 4 times per day) 
    Imitate the "Country 2-Step" Slow-Slow-Quick-Quick

    We will be working two types of muscles Skeletal (voluntary) muscle are divided into two types:

    "SLOW" Type I (Give it a Slow Squeeze):
  • prevent prolapse of organs that are supported by the pelvic floor
  • these muscle fibers contract for long periods of time but with little force
    "QUICK" Type II (Give it a Fast squeeze):
  • prevents leakage when subjected to sudden stress such as coughing, sneezing, laughing.
  • these muscles contract quickly and powerfully but tire very fast

    Our goal is to strengthen both Types I and II.

    1st Red Light: Squeeze slowing and hold (as long as you can then do it again until light turns green)

    2nd Red Light: Squeeze slowly and hold (as long as you can then do it again until light turns green)

    3rd Red Light: Squeeze fast, hard and hold (as long as you can then do it again until light turns green)

    4th Red Light: Squeeze fast, hard and hold (as long as you can then do it again until light turns green)

  • You are now done for the day!

    Especially during pregnancy and delivery, our pelvic floor can become stretched and weak, which can cause issues for years after childbirth. A weakened pelvic floor can allow an organ to sag (uterine prolapse).
    If you are pregnant, start doing daily Kegels and continue them after having your baby.

    Use kegel exercises to handle "stress" and that "urge" (incontinence).

    Squeeze the muscle that stops urination.You should feel your pelvic muscles squeezing your urethra and anus.
    NOTE: If your stomach or buttocks muscles tighten, you are not exercising the right muscles.

    Things to know about kegel exercises:

  • They are only effective when done regularly.
  • The more you do this exercise, the more likely the exercises will help.
  • You may notice your sexual response, including orgasm, changes.
  • Like any exercise, it's possible to do Kegels wrong and it doesn't help; or
  • Doing kegels correctly can exacerbate a problem you already have.
  • Men's Kegels may be effective preventing premature ejaculation.

    PLEASE NOTE: If you want to try kegels to address a physical concern, please check with your doctor or health care professional to confirm you are doing the exercise correctly so you do not cause your condition to worsen.

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