Gooch Ball

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Gooch Ball


The Men’s Goochball Bundle Includes:

  • 1 Gooch Ball
  • 1 Gooch Ball Pump
  • 1 Gooch Club Membership Card that will direct you to your Gooch Ball Educational Videos online
  • “How To” Gooch Poster with various set up positions so you can ensure you are using your Gooch Ball properly
  • Bonus Poster with other ways to use your Gooch Ball to deal with hip and low back pain, shoulder and neck tension, and knee pain

Did you know that symptoms of a dysfunctional pelvic floor for a man include:

  • Tight hips
  • Difficulty holding urine or bowel contents
  • Frequent or urgent urination
  • Inability to completely empty bladder during urination
  • Constipation
  • Dribbling after urination
  • Difficulty getting, or maintaining an erection
  • Pain after orgasm
  • Pain in the tailbone, or elsewhere in the pelvic region
  • Pain elsewhere including the abdomen, low back and groin
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1 Increased Blood Flow
Did you know that the secret to creating healthy pelvic floor muscles is………blood flow!!!. When you sit and stand with poor posture, you are asking the muscles of your pelvic floor to work hard just to keep you upright!! This poor posture will then impact circulation and blood flow to the muscles of your pelvic floor.

2 It Takes Only 3 Minutes/Day!
By sitting on the ball for 3 minutes a day, we are creating a release in the soft tissue of our body, this soft tissue is known as fascia. When fascia is tight, it sticks to our muscles and surrounds each fibre of muscle and essentially ‘suffocates’ those fibres, leading to dysfunction. It is like not watering a plant, eventually that plant is not going to live – very same concept.

3 Connect With Your Body
Your 3 minute a day commitment will begin a process that encourages blood flow to the area, essentially ‘waking up’ the muscles and nerves and the first step of being more aware and less disconnected from our body is the goal.

4 Fast Track Your Results
To fast track the improvements in your body, all you need to do is add basic diaphragmatic breathing. Completely inhaling through your nose and exhaling out of your mouth you will start to organize your breath which actually is what will start to help you strengthen your pelvic floor while the ball is encouraging a release. It is the perfect storm – a healthy muscle needs to know how to work when necessary and how to rest. The release the ball creates (rest) and the work the diaphragmatic breathing creates (work) is exactly what you need to build strength in your pelvic floor.

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Weight 0.5 kg

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