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Would the various kegel exercises explode in popularity and implementation if they were to gain endorsement from mixed martial artists or venerable athletic associations?

Would the various kegel exercises explode in popularity and implementation if they were to gain endorsement from mixed martial artists or venerable athletic associations?
  • American Trends are Created by Celebrities

    Kegel exercises could easily explode in popularity and implementation if they were endorsed by leading celebrity martial artists and/or other famous athletes. America's interest in maintaining physical health and improving sexual performance are clearly reflected in national commercial advertising. Historically, Americans follow the trends that celebrities set, be they related to fashion, diet or exercise. People want to be as happy as the rich and famous, and are willing to do quite a bit in their attempt to achieve that happiness.

  • Is This Even Needed

    I have my doubts various kegel exercises would explode in popularity and implementation if they were to gain endorsement from mixed martial artists or venerable athletic associations. To me personally, I don't even understand why we would want to push these exercises when many people don't take care of their overall physical health.

  • It will never happen.

    No, the various kegel exercises would not explode in popularity and implementation if they were to gain endorsement from mixed martial artists or venerable athletic associations. While I know this subject gives most 14 year olds a laugh, most adults know what these exercises are meant for, and it's not going to become more popular.

  • No, the questioner is misunderstanding what kegal exercises are.

    There aren't various kegel exercises. This is an exercise done by women to help strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. As women age, these weaken; the problem can also occur during pregnancy. Many women face at least partial incontinence, such as when they sneeze. The word exercise is being used as a loose term here, rather than it being an official physical exercise. So, it wouldn't make any sense of fitness professionals to endorse the exercises. Besides, Oprah already did.

  • Kegel's Can't Be Taught.

    Kegel exercises can be a healthy practice. Exercising any muscle increases blood flow and burns calories. Making suggestions on form and practice of the Kegel exercises is fine. However, the only person who should really be concerned about form and frequency of such a practice is the person themselves. This is too private of a matter to be so public. While Kegel's are not specifically a taboo conversation, it is still a taboo subject of conversations. Mention them in an elevator if you want to here primary school style giggles.


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