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Smart Kegel trainer pairs with a smartphone

If an exercise plan is needed to get your pelvic muscles into shape, there's a smart gadget for that.

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SHANGHAI -- If you're having trouble with your pelvic muscles, the Magic Kegel Twins could be just the thing to help get them into shape. Shanghai-based company Magic Motion showed off their waterproof silicone gadget at CES Asia, and also gave an out-of-body demonstration on how it works.

Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and connected to your smartphone via Bluetooth, the smart Kegel trainer pairs with an app that recommends exercise plans based on a user's various needs. When a successful exercise is performed, the tracking app automatically updates -- much like a fitness tracker.

The most obvious use of the Kegel Twins is for women who must strengthen their pelvic muscles after giving birth or due to urinary incontinence, Magic Motion isn't shy about its other applications, offering a training regimen called the "Lover Special" in the app. There are even badges to collect when you complete certain exercises.

Unfortunately, if you're really keen on getting one now, you're out of luck as Magic Motion isn't selling the device yet. The representative at CES Asia didn't have a date or pricing, so for now you'll just have to settle for the normal non-smart exercises.