The pelvic floor muscles span between the tailbone and pubic bone. These muscles are usually firm and thick and act as a hammock to support the internal organs of the pelvis, control the release of urine and play a role in sexual function. Pelvic floor muscles can weaken for many reasons including; aging, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, heavy lifting, high impact sports or due to weight gain. Like other muscles in the body, the pelvic floor muscles can be trained with targeted exercises. We stock a range of pelvic floor or kegel trainers (or exercise devices) and weights to improve pelvic floor tone.