Wearing kegels to yoga class?

cuntofdoom cuntofdoom
Do y'all think that would be an appropriate thing to do? Would there be any sounds created that might be disruptive?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
Yes, go for it!
JennSenn , Mrs.Hellzapoppin , Eugler , kendra30752 , old but not dead , bayosgirl , thesnowman , surreptitious , Real or memorex , elli , bratcat , kaykay0427 , ashboo32
13  (76%)
No, do that when exercising alone.
purpleflower1972 , Pastafariette , snowminx
3  (18%)
Other
spiced
1  (6%)
Total votes: 17
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Fluke Fluke
Sounds? I don't think so. I would walk around with them at home and make sure they don't fall out when you move around and are comfortable for a period of time. But if they pass that test, go for it!
04/25/2013
purpleflower1972 purpleflower1972
If they fell out that might be awkward!
04/25/2013
JennSenn JennSenn
If you're confident enough to do it and you want to why not? Just try them at home and make sure you can't hear them and that they don't fall out. I doubt they would make sound, but I know I can get a little paranoid about that.
04/25/2013
Mrs.Hellzapoppin Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I don't think it's inappropriate at all. I wear mine every single day. I've had no problem with sounds with any activity, not even in quiet rooms. I've worn about 10 different sets over the years and I've never had them fall out or become too loud. Everything from basic benwa balls to Luna Beads. If you're thinking of doing it during yoga, I'd wear a medium to larger sized set to be sure they won't pop out like Smartballs.
04/25/2013
cuntofdoom cuntofdoom
Quote:
Originally posted by Mrs.Hellzapoppin
I don't think it's inappropriate at all. I wear mine every single day. I've had no problem with sounds with any activity, not even in quiet rooms. I've worn about 10 different sets over the years and I've never had them fall out ... More
I just now purchased the SinFive Emigi. From the look of it, it seems to nestle pretty snugly, but it does seem on the small side. Do you think I should go with a different pair during yoga?
04/26/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by cuntofdoom
Do y'all think that would be an appropriate thing to do? Would there be any sounds created that might be disruptive?
If you are using the Luna Beads, then there will be sounds. If you have not tried them at home yet, then no, I would not recommend wearing in yoga class because they might want to try and slip out with those movements & it can hurt badly when they peek out a little. After a whole lot of walking, my Luna Beads will just barely slide out, where the tip of the last ball is slightly outside the entrance & it's painful to try and sit down or bend over when it's out like that. It hurts very badly, in fact. So you haven't used them at home yet? I ask because surely you'd know if they made noise if you had used them at home. Also if it's your first time trying kegel balls, then I don't reocommend trying to wear them to a yoga class. It could be very distracting and plus, the worry of them trying to slide out a bit when doing movements.

It'd help to know which ball you're using. It shouldn't make sound unless it's a Luna Bead. The feeling of the balls alone would be disruptive to me if I were trying to do yoga wearing them.
04/26/2013
bayosgirl bayosgirl
I've worn mine to work before....why not yoga class? lol
04/26/2013
Mrs.Hellzapoppin Mrs.Hellzapoppin
Quote:
Originally posted by cuntofdoom
I just now purchased the SinFive Emigi. From the look of it, it seems to nestle pretty snugly, but it does seem on the small side. Do you think I should go with a different pair during yoga?
I think the emigis will be great for activities in quieter rooms. The sound is very muffled with those. In my experience they're not the most effective, but everyone is different. I hope they work well for you!
04/26/2013
Real or memorex Real or memorex
Try out at home and see if you can detect any noise. Some are louder than others.
05/08/2013
elli elli
Not my thing, but I don't see any problems with wearing them. Maybe check how loud they are at home?
05/09/2013
kaykay0427 kaykay0427
There is a rattling sound but you can't hear it when inserted. I've worn mine to the gym with tons of people around while running on the treadmill and doing crunches and weights. No one knew until I told my sister while we were there.
05/09/2013
snowminx snowminx
I only say it's prob not a good idea because I don't think it would feel too big in some of the different positions, would be quite a bit awkward when you're the only one that can no longer do a move while you're winching in pain lol
05/09/2013
spiced spiced
I say try it on your own first and if it works well, then go for it.
05/09/2013
ashboo32 ashboo32
I'd say go for it
05/09/2013
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