Men can benefit from Kegel exercises as well!
The Kegel is just as beneficial for men wanting to improve their sex lives, as women. Yet, for one reason or another, most men skip out on the Kegel because it’s the only penis exercise that doesn’t directly enlarge the penis. However, Kegel exercises for men have a wide range of other benefits, some of which can cure problems or indirectly enlarge the penis. These benefits include:
◾Healthier pelvic floor muscles, thanks to Kegels, gives you a more erect erection.
◾Kegels will help you have harder erections that last longer, thanks to the improvement of penile blood flow.
◾Kegels will help you increase ejaculation force and volume, giving you the most explosive orgasms you’ve ever had.
◾Kegels indirectly enlarge the penis, through increased blood flow.
◾Kegels can help you control your ability to orgasm, giving you greater sexual stamina.
◾Kegels can help cure urinary incontinence, as these are the same muscles that help support and control your bladder.
◾Many men report after Kegeling for while that they no longer have to get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom as they once did.
◾Kegels can help you have a healthier prostate and are used in the treatment of prostate pain and swelling, due to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
◾Kegels are also used for the treatment of prostate pain and swelling due to prostatitis — inflammation of the prostate.
◾Kegels can prevent prolapsed pelvic organs.
Many doctors, sexual experts, and websites refer to Kegel exercises for men as the “Sexercise” for all the benefits it provides. And it’s true — with all of these benefits, every guy should be Kegeling every single day.
How do I do a Kegel Exercise for Men?
Kegels are a great penis exercise for several reasons. Not only do they have all of the benefits we talked about above, but they’re easy to do and you can do them almost anywhere. People won’t even know you’re doing them!
1.Find Your Pelvic Floor Muscles – Finding the PC muscle is easy. The next time you’re urinating, stop or slow your pee mid-flow. The muscles used to stop urinating is your PC muscle. Don’t actually tense legs, abdomen or butt cheek muscles, instead focus on lifting your entire pelvic floor upward. Most importantly, continue to breathe through the contraction of your pelvic floor. If you’re able to stop or slow your urine in mid-stream, you’ve just successfully located and contracted your pelvic floor muscles! If you’re having a hard time, it’s the same set of muscles you use to tighten your anus. Now you’re ready to Kegel.
2.Contract Your Pelvic Floor Muscles – When you’re ready to do Kegel exercises for men, the first thing you need to do is contract your pelvic floor muscles.
3.Hold the Kegel Contraction – Hold that contraction for as long as you can. Most men can’t hold a Kegel at first for no more than a couple of seconds. Some may not be able to hold it at all. That’s OK, that’s what penis exercises are for – to make you stronger! Make a note of how long you can hold the Kegel.
4.Release the Kegel Contraction and Repeat – Release the squeeze and repeat, for ten repetitions. Gradually build up your Kegels until you can hold them for 10 seconds each.
When you perform the exercise correctly, you should be able to feel or see your testicles lift. This takes time for some men. But, if you practice the routine regularly, you should notice an improvement in your pelvic floor muscle strength, in 4-6 weeks.
The best part about the Kegel is that it doesn’t require any assistance from your hands or legs. You can do Kegel exercises for men anywhere, anytime — whether it’s in a car, watching TV, standing in line at the grocery store, or even while you’re at work.
Chances are you’ve heard about Kegel exercises. The Kegel helps women tighten their vaginas after giving birth. Well, guess what? Kegel exercises aren’t just for women.