Kegal exercises aren’t just for women. Here’s some information that can take a man’s sex game to the next level. Originally done for health reasons, (premature ejaculation, incontinence etc.) kegal exercises are done to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. However, a load of sexual benefits have also been discovered.
Here are 5 benefits to doing the exercises
1. Ejaculation control
This is perhaps what the exercise is known for – helping guys deal with premature ejaculation. Training the PC can help by enhancing your ability to hold back from ejaculating just before the point of no return. Don’t dismiss this benefit if you’re a stamina daddy; lasting longer – regardless of control ability, is always a good thing. The benefit is it buys you time to rest, change positions or take whatever action you need to delay your orgasm before continuing to have sex.
2. Improving erection strength and size
Doing kegels actively pumps more blood into the penis which can then have the following effects on your erection:
·A bigger erection
·A harder erection
·Erections last longer, not just before climax but in some cases even after.
·It’ll be easier to get an erection as doing kegal exercises actively pump blood into the penis.
3. Improved of ejaculation
Over time some men develop a larger volume of ejaculation as a result of developing their pelvic floor muscles, in some cases being able ejaculate further.
4. More intense orgasms
Who doesn’t want more intense orgasms? Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles can result in you having more powerful, more intense orgasms. Plus, If he can stop himself ejaculating but still orgasm, you may be able to have male multiple orgasms during sex.
So how do men do kegal exercises?
First he has to find his pelvic floor muscle. This can be done by:
Stop flow technique: He must aim to stop urination in midstream or tighten the muscles that keep from passing gas. These manoeuvres use your pelvic floor muscles. Do not do this repetitively. This is not an exercise, but a way to identify the correct muscles.
Visual technique: While naked in front of a mirror he should try to do as above. If the correct muscles are tightened he’ll be able to see the base of the penis draw in and scrotum lift up. The back passage (anus) will tighten too but it is not the focus of the exercise. He should feel a ‘lift and a squeeze’ inside your pelvis. The lower abdomen may flatten slightly, but try to keep everything above the belly button relaxed, and breathe normally.
Next is how to perfect the technique. This is done by tighten your pelvic floor muscles, hold for 3-5 seconds, and then relax for 3-5 seconds. Repeat this a few times. Once this is mastered the next step is to do it for longer and or while sitting, standing or walking. Repeat, ideally, 3 times a day doing 8-12 reps. Remember to maintain focus and technique and ensure the abdomen muscles aren’t tensed.
Ideal times to do it are while eating, travelling, AFTER urinating or watching tv.
It’s important the Kegel exercises isn’t used to start and stop your urine stream as it’s believed it can cause urinary issues.