17.11.09

Kegel Exercises for Men

Kegel exercises are a way of strengthening your P.C. muscle also known as your pubococcygeus muscle. This muscle exists between your butthole and the base of your penis. If you imagine that you are peeing and you try to stop peeing...without using your hands this would be the muscle you´re using. Now try to isolate this muscle by flexing and your penis may raise. A good kegel exercise is to flex the PC for 3 seconds pause for 3 seconds and repeat. There are others which I will detail below but for now lets talk about the benefits of kegel exercises.

It is necessary for men and women both to do kegel exercises in order to maintain good sexual health. For men doing kegel exercises will allow you to hold an erection and an orgasm for much longer than you normally can. It is not uncommon for men with strong kegels to be able to hold a climax for up to 3 minutes...which if you know anything about male O´s it means that you will enjoy the O much more as a man and your partner will enjoy it too since you won´t be prematurely ejaculating. Premature ejaculation can lead to your partner not enjoying intercourse which in turn will lead to you not having more intercourse.

Here is a group of kegel exercises they get progressively more difficult so keep that in mind.

3 seconds flexing the kegel muscles 3 seconds resting. Do this 5 minutes a day twice a day

10 seconds holding 20 seconds resting. Do this 5 minutes a day twice a day.

20 seconds holding 1 minute resting. Do this 10 minutes a day twice a day.

As you progress see if you can hold your kegel muscle up to a minute.

As you can see kegel exercises are not just for women but are also beneficial for men. For those men out there if you want to buy Ben Wa Balls for your girlfriend it is a great idea to improve sexual satisfaction and health for both of you.

More about the benefits of kegel exercises for men...

If you are a man with erectile disfunction you may be able to restore erectile function with kegel exercise. A study from 2005 by BJU international said that regular pelvic floor exercises could restore normal erectile function.

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