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Kegel Exercises:

Aren’t Those Supposed to be For Women?

Most people know that Kegels are prescribed to women who have issues with incontinence, and those who would like to “tighten back up” after childbirth. But are these exercises only for women?

Kegel Exercises for Men

Nope!  As it turns out, both sexes can do Kegel exercises, because both sexes have the required equipment. In this case, that equipment required to perform Kegel exercises is the PC muscle. Also known as the Pubococcygeus muscle, the PC muscle and Kegel exercises in general are used to control and/or to treat urinary incontinence in both men and women. But did you know that exercising the PC muscle with Kegel techniques can enhance sexual performance in both women and men?

Kegel exercises can provide you with a number of improvements to your overall health. These include:

  • Giving you the ability to control your orgasm and virtually eliminating premature ejaculation
  • Reducing instances of erectile dysfunction and giving you larger, stronger erections
  • Controlling whether or not you ejaculate during climax – which could lead to multiple orgasms
  • Reducing urinary incontinence
  • Improving prostate health
  •  Perform Kegel exercises?

How To Do Kegel Exercises

First, if you have no idea where your PC muscle is or how to flex it, pay attention the next time you’re at the urinal. Try stopping the flow of urine early, before you completely empty your bladder. That muscle which you contract in order to stop the flow of urine is the PC muscle. This is the muscle you need to flex/contract in order to do Kegel exercises.

There are three main exercises you can perform in order to strengthen your PC muscle and last longer in bed:

  • Slow Clenches – squeeze and hold the PC muscle for a few seconds before releasing
  • Flutters – contract and release the muscle as quickly as you can
  • Push-Outs – push out with your PC muscle as though you are trying to void your bladder

To begin, start by performing 10 of each exercise per set. One good thing about Kegel exercises is that they don’t require any special equipment and nobody can actually see you flexing your muscle, so you can perform Kegel exercises anywhere and anytime.

Start with five sets of Kegel exercises per day. While the number of sets won’t change over time, the number of reps will. After your first week, add five reps to each of the Kegel exercises that you perform. Once week two rolls around, add five more reps to each exercise. You should keep doing this every week until you have 30 reps of each exercise per set.

Some Tips to Enhance your Kegel Exercises Training

Once you become good at your Kegel techniques, try practicing on yourself before you use your newfound control on your partner. The next time you masturbate, use your Kegel exercises to control your ejaculation. Try to extend the duration of your self-pleasure for as long as possible. It is essential to practice Kegels in the face of an impending orgasm so that you know how to handle yourself and how to squeeze your PC muscle in order to control your climax while pleasing your partner.

Using Kegel exercises on a regular and consistent basis will help fix PE problems, but most men find that they can maximize their time in bed by adding an herbal supplement or anti-PE ointment into the mix. Don’t know which one to use? Take a look at our product reviews section to find out more!