Kegel Exercises for Men
Is there any real benefit for a man to do some Kegel exercises? Well, the answer to that is a resounding YES!
For a long time, men believed that Kegels are only for women as it can help the female populace to strengthen their pelvis, especially after birth.
But, because these exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, you can actually control your ejaculatory impulses even more than not doing any Kegels.
In today’s article, I will go over the most important information that you need to know about Kegels and why you should be doing them.
Before anything, I want you to also eat the best foods for men’s virility if you want to improve your A-game in bed.
Why You Should Be Doing Some Kegels
Kegel exercises actually provide a lot of benefits to men. For instance, those who suffer from premature ejaculation will have far better control than those who do not do them. Aside from that, Kegels can strengthen the right muscles, allowing you to feel more powerful orgasms (I mean, who wouldn’t want that?).
When men reach the ‘big O’, they tend to ejaculate at the same time or just a short period of time afterward. If you want sex to last longer, you should be training your PC muscles.
But more importantly, doing some Kegels actually helps prevent prostate cancer, as well as urine leakage, urinary incontinence, and other conditions associated with weak PC muscles.
For those of you who do not know, PC muscles actually just refer to pelvic floor muscles, most specifically the Pubococcygeus muscle.
What Are PC Muscles?
There is a reason why Kegel exercises are also known as pelvic floor exercises and that is because this set of exercises targets the pelvic floor muscles.
What do these muscles do, you ask? Well, these muscles actually help you control your bowel and bladder. So, anytime you want to stop your pee midstream for whatever reason, these muscles are used to do just that.
The reason why Kegel exercises are beneficial for men who have premature ejaculation is due to the fact that strong PC muscles actually give you far more control of your ejaculatory response more than people who have weaker PC muscles.
How to Perform the Exercise?
Before you can get started doing Kegel exercises, you have to first locate your PC muscles. To do this, you’d want to go naked then put a finger or two on the skin just between your legs (that are behind the balls) but just before you reach the anus. In other words, point to the direction in the middle of your balls and butt.
To make it so much easier for you, just urinate and stop the pee midstream. The reason why your fingers have to be on that specific spot is that the PC muscles are usually located in that area, though some may have theirs near the balls or anus depending on one’s anatomy.
By doing Kegels, all you have to do is strengthen those muscles by holding it down for a couple of seconds, thereby tightening the said muscles.
For starters, you can hold the flex for about 3 seconds or so and it should be done a couple of times a day. If you get comfortable, make it harder by holding it for longer periods of time; the longer the hold, the better the results will be.