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Wearable Tech: VylyV Lab’s smart shorts enable men to strengthen pelvic floor muscles

Sleek fitness shorts and customizable coaching app take wearable tech to a whole new level

PALO ALTO, Calif., Aug. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — VylyV Lab is proud to introduce the first shorts that enable men to game using their very own joystick. Launched through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign on Aug 3., 2016, VylyV’s wearable tech smart shorts combine a patented sensor system and instructional smartphone app to help men strengthen their pelvic floor muscles – leading to better health in, and outside, of the bedroom.

VylyV, the smart shorts that help men to do kegel exercise.
VylyV, the smart shorts that help men to do kegel exercise.

“We know that men work out at the gym to build muscles but when we realized that most of them neglect important hidden parts of the body,  we decided to invent something that helps strengthen that masculine part and gives them the option of a ‘sexual workout,'” says Danz Chase, CEO of VylyV Lab. “Sedentary lifestyles and stress can bring harm to men’s crucial part so our smart shorts help to negate these effects by increasing blood flow to the pelvic region to make erections harder, longer and stronger.”

Many women are familiar with Kegel exercises for strengthening their pelvic floor muscles, which support the urethra, bladder, and bowels, but men may not be aware that they can also benefit from exercising this essential part of their body.  Aging processes and sports such as cycling can result in a decrease in blood flow to the pelvic region. VylyV’s smart shorts help to increase blood flow and therefore helps to increase the quality of erections, improve stamina, enable multiple orgasms and help with prostate health and urinary control.

Men often avoid beneficial pelvic floor exercises because they find them unbearably boring and are not sure if they are contracting the muscle properly. VylyV’s ground-breaking solution to these challenges is to digitalize the experience and animate the pelvic muscle contraction on an interactive app so men are encouraged to discuss their most private parts. The washable workout style, sensor-embedded shorts can be worn anytime and anywhere, from the gym to the office.


A discreet wireless transmitter slips into the side pocket of the shorts and communicates the sensor data to the exclusive smartphone app, which enables men to monitor and understand their progress. To provide more motivation, the coaching app and customized training plan shows a visualization of the pelvic muscle and a vibration massage function helps men to relax after training.  App games enable guys to use their own ‘joystick’ to control the screen and have fun while strengthening their pelvic floor.

VylyV launched its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo on Aug. 3, with an early backer bundle offer of shorts, sensor and app for $125 (Early back offer, usual retail price $249). For high res images please visit: VylyV Facebook shop, or to arrange an interview with the founders please contact contact@vylyv.com. For more information, please visit www.vylyv.com or check out the promotion video.

About VylyV Lab
The founder Michael Whales, an avid gym-goer and men’s health enthusiast, holds a degree in physics and always believed that ‘bigger is better’ when it came to sexual satisfaction. Michael tried over 20 penis enlargement devices until in 2014 his girlfriend, a medical graduate, let him know that stamina and quality of erection are more important than size. She educated him about pelvic floor exercises and prompted him to research it further. Michael discovered that pelvic floor training was an effective solution to improve erections but the muscle was hard to locate and the exercises themselves were repetitive. As a solution and as an antidote to the stresses of a sedentary lifestyle, VylyV Labs has created smart shorts for the modern man who wants to look after all parts of his body and hopes to form a community for men to discover the importance of pelvic floor strength.

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