Carin also helps you establish a daily pelvic floor exercise routine over the course of eight weeks. The program works with two essential elements: Daily 10 minute exercises and progress measurements.
The Carin exercises are easily accessible, fun and brief with a special focus on the integration of pelvic floor training in daily life. Carin Exercise follows 3 basic principles of pelvic floor training:
1. Feel your pelvic floor muscles
2. Coordinate your pelvic floor muscles in daily life
3. Strengthen your core and pelvic floor muscles
Daily Exercise: The Carin app provides a series of short exercise videos organized by week and specially designed to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and eliminate urine leaks. The app also offers notifications to remind you to exercise on a daily basis. By exercising for only 10 minutes per day, results can be seen in a matter of weeks. Within only 4 weeks 80% of women see progress from 20% to 100%!
WEEKLY PROGRESS UPDATE
Follow your own personal progress with your Carin Sensor. Choose between the Carin Mini or Carin Pro.
Crucial to daily life, pelvic floor muscles help you maintain bladder control, core stability and intimate wellbeing.
Surprisingly common, one in three women will experience urinary incontinence at some point in their lives.
Stress incontinence can be an unexpected result of many life changes. Childbirth, menopause, and weight gain can often result in weakness of the pelvic floor muscles. Being caught off-guard by a sneeze or cough can lead to uncomfortable and often embarrassing moments. Thankfully, for most women, this does not have to be a permanent condition.
Carin helps you train and re-gain your pelvic muscle strength. Get started by:
1. Downloading the App
2. Exercise for 10min daily
3. Track your recovery
Learn more about how the Carin Training Pelvic Floor training app works.
Learn more about how the Carin Mini wearable sensor works and how to connect it to the Pelvic Floor training app.
Learn more about how the Carin Pro wearable sensor works and how to connect it to the Pelvic Floor training app.