Kegel exercises are also known as pelvic-floor exercises. Essentially, these involve repeatedly contracting and relaxing your pelvic floor muscles.
The great thing about these exercises is that you can pretty much do them anywhere and anytime. If you do them right, no one can tell. Plus, you need no special equipment, attire or space in order to do a good kegel exercise session.
Before you begin exercising, the first step is to identify your pelvic floor muscles. If you are not sure, imagine that you have to urinate but there is no washroom around. How do you hold it? The muscles you clench (contract) are your pelvic floor muscles, which we shall strengthen through the following exercises.