Stress Incontinence

For people who just want to laugh, sneeze and workout in confidence. On the run, at the gym, in spin class? Stay leak-free with our program designed to stop stress incontinence. 

Stress Incontinence is our kegel exercise program designed to defeat stress incontinence. 

Stop leaks, improve bladder control, and regain your confidence during physical activities with our Stress Incontinence program.

You need the Stress Incontinence program if:

Leaks have become a normal part of your life. Runners, athletes, and active women, you feel them when you’re working out, exercising, or practicing your craft. For mothers, workers, and everyday women, all it takes is a good laugh or strong sneeze. 

When leaks become an unwelcome friend in your daily life, Stress Incontinence is the program for you. 

What can you expect?  

Fewer leaks, dryer workouts, and increased confidence.  

This program is all about stopping stress incontinence and putting you back in control of your body. With a stronger pelvic floor and better bladder control, you can finally do the activities you love without leaks, within weeks. 

How does it work?

Continence is the ability to control your bladder and bowels. Stress incontinence happens, typically during physical activities, when your pelvic floor isn’t strong enough to control the bladder and prevent leaks. 

Pelvic floor exercises, like Kegels, work to strengthen your pelvic floor through voluntary pelvic muscle contractions. 

Main patterns used

For stress incontinence reduction, contractions should be quick and strong. This quick, intentional, squeezing works to increase muscle ability and strengthen the relationship between your pelvic floor and your brain. This helps to improve your pelvic floor’s reflex contraction, which is responsible for natural muscle function during effort or activities. 

Key dimensions

The Perifit analyzes five key dimensions of each kegel exercise.


  • Strength: the contraction is strong enough to ensure continence and stop bladder leaks
  • Agility: the contraction is well-timed and occurs as fast as needed


  • Relaxation: the contraction ensures a wide range of motion and flexible muscles
  • Kegel quality: the contraction is training your pelvic floor muscles and not increasing abdominal pressure

Not in focus

  • Endurance 
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