PHOENIX — Boutique distributor Entrenue announced this morning that it has secured an exclusive U.S. deal to sell the kGoal, a pelvic floor exerciser made by Minna Life.
The crowdfunded kegel exerciser synchs with iOS and Android devices to provide real-time feedback as users flex and follow fitness programs designed to strengthen their pubococcygeus (PC) muscles. Minna Life introduced the concept via a Kickstarter program
Entrenue is now the only U.S. distributor with it in stock.
“Minna Life has been a mainstay brand in our catalog for years and we’ve been fielding eager demand for kGoal since its debut more than a year ago,” Entrenue President Joe Casella said. “We’re pleased to finally offer our customers direct access to this revolutionary kegel exerciser and support pelvic floor fitness with a high-tech twist and some fun apps.”
kGoal was one of the first on the market promising to promote pelvic floor fitness with support from an app-connected interactive training system.
“The smooth, bulbous device is equipped with strategically placed sensors that, when kGoal is inserted into the vagina, measure the force of users’ PC muscle contractions. kGoal then sends that information directly to its app and allows users to watch and follow their progress in real time — valuable biofeedback to track movement and improvement,” the company said.
kGoal is made of Class VI medical-grade silicone to ensure the utmost body-safety and packaged in a clean, modern cylindrical box for shelf-appeal with a small footprint, the company said.
To place an order, call (800) 368-7268, email email@example.com or visit Entrenue.com.