The Downunder Trainer Making the Kegel Less Taboo, More Empowering

Why Training “Down Under There” Is So Important


It’s not the type of training that helps you look better in those super tight jeans, but pelvic floor muscle training supports a number of your vital organs including the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. And if you’re looking to get your groove back in the bedroom, the Original Downunder Trainer can help with that too!


The Original Downunder Trainer consists of 5 different weights:

  • Wash them in warm, soapy water before and after use.
  • Hitch a leg and slide the trainer into place. Think of it as a rounder, more colorful tampon, leaving the ripcord out for easy removal.
  • The goal to use them is to contract your pelvic muscle to keep them in place. Start with 15 mins around the house. Graduate to using the heavier weights in the collection and develop that super “V.”
  • You can train with them anywhere if you so choose from the comforts of home, to work and running errands.


Before you know it, you’ll be skipping and sneezing with confidence! They also make a great bestie gift for those recovering from childbirth or surgery. 


For more information, visit https://www.downunderthere.com/ or contact susana@teamchicexecs.com.

About Downunder There: Co-founders Melissa and Jeannette are giving women more options and education on how to strengthen their pelvic floors—and how to do so correctly. Their brand fights the age-old taboos of these types of training products, because they’re for women in all stages of life from childbirth past menopause. Melissa is no stranger to the taboos women often face as she owns the Downunder Waxing Company. Jeannette is also a businesswoman, working in the startup world the past 20 years. She co-founded PackIt, the maker of affordable, freezable bags and was named the 16th fastest growing company in the country by INC Magazine.

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