Post-Surgery Muscles I had surgery back in September 2014 and ever since recovery I've had the bladder of my 4 year old nephew. My muscles feel like they've almost deteriorated in just a few months. Level 2 is wearing me out but I can feel it working within the hour I've downloaded the app. Definitely a great coach app!
Could Be Better Its free without ads. That's a plus. The alerts work, another plus. Has a nice UI (pink and black) and look good. It has offers a voice, visual cues, or a silent mode - less everyone know you are squeezing and relaxing something (!) Has quite a few levels, but they are difficult. However, if you can progress every two weeks that would be a great indicator of success. Would be nice to have a tracker (although I guess progression through levels is a tracker of sorts). Big complaint for me. The darn thing pauses at the slightest touch of the screen. Other ones I've tested are not so sensitive. It's really, really annnoying. While I'm doing my kegels, I'm handliing my phone, maybe even reading an email or two. If I accidently touch the screen, the exercise pauses until you press again.
I need a vibration not voice command. I can't use it at work. I turned on the vibration alert but it doesn't. Otherwise would be 5 stars.
It works I'm only on level 3 and there is already a difference. I love how it goes from longer reps to shorter more pulsating reps so you know it's working
Love it! The app screen is too sensitive, though. I'm on level 8, but I've been doing Kegel exercises for over a year, so that might not be credible. But the app works! I'm stronger, toned and *eh em* tighter... You will be too! Go nights of uninterrupted Zzz's!!! XOXO
Works ok but not discreet enough A simple vibration would be sufficient, I don't need verbal reminders announcing what I'm doing to everyone. The exercises themselves seem great. I like the reminder feature.
-- Alarm issue resolved !
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