There are 4 areas of the app: Dashboard, Workouts, Settings, and Help. You can navigate between them using the buttons on the Navigation bar at the bottom of the screen
The Dashboard is where you can find your exercise history data, including active streak (how many days in a row you have worked out), a customizable graph showing your workout scores from all past workouts, and your lifetime squeeze count. You choose whether each Workout Score metric (Overall score, Strength, Control and Endurance) is shown or hidden on the graph by clicking on the label.
The Workouts tab is where you choose which workout/game you want to do. Boost comes with a list of 5-minute options you can choose from (see below), or you can create your own Custom Workout.
When you select a workout, Boost will instantly auto-calibrate, so it’s a good idea to already be positioned in place with your pelvic floor muscles fully relaxed when you choose a workout. If you shift your weight or need to calibrate again at any time (in general, you’ll know you need to recalibrate if you’re seeing biofeedback from Boost even when you’re not doing a Kegel), that’s no problem -- just press the Calibrate button in the top right corner of the app screen (or briefly press the Button on Boost, which will also trigger a calibration). Remember to make sure your pelvic floor muscles are fully relaxed whenever you calibrate, though.
After you choose a workout, you will first see an Instructions screen explaining how that game/workout works (like the below), and then you can press a button to begin the workout whenever you’re ready. Each workout will guide you through actions that target different aspects of pelvic floor muscle function, including strength, endurance, motor control, fast-twitch response, and relaxation.
When you finish (or exit) a workout, the app will show you a Workout Summary screen that provides scores for the overall workout and each sub-category of muscle function (Strength, Endurance, and Control, which encompasses motor control and muscle relaxation/down-training).
The scores are on a 0-10 scale, where 10 is the best. But be aware that, due to variance in different users’ bodies, the numbers are a relative tool and not an absolute one -- in other words, there is no universal threshold for what numbers are “good” or “bad”. If your scores are improving over time (on average; it’s normal for there to be day-to-day fluctuations), then you’re on the right track. You can read more details about what the scores mean here.
The Help section contains this very Instruction Manual, as well as a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section that has some great troubleshooting information. Lastly, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions and we’ll get back to you within 1 business day.