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How To Do Kegel Exercises For Men: Simple Trick To Boost Your Sexual Performance

Updated on April 20, 2016

You may know that Kegel exercises were invented for women who had problems with incontinence after childbirth. If that's the case, why am I suggesting Kegel exercises for men?

They can boost your sexual performance because the help you overcome commen performance issues like not lasting long enough or not getting hard. It turns out that most men today have a very weak pc muscle and that affects our sexual performacne. The pc muscle (or pubococcygeus muscle) is the muscle that stretches from the pubic bone to the tail bone, forming the pelvic floor. That's the muscle you strengthen with Kegels.

How to do a Kegel Contraction

All of this may sound complicated, but rest assured they are very easy to do. Simply stop the flow of urine next time you are peeing and you will have done your first Kegel contraction.

So what are the benefits?

With strong pc muscles, you will be able to overcome premature ejaculation, experience harder erections, help you beat erectile dysfunction, ... You can solve all these common performance issues by strengthening your pc muscles.

But that's not yet the ultimate benefit. The ultimate prize of strengthening your pelvic floor is that it is the first step to having the male multiple orgasm! That is an orgasm without ejaculation.

The ejaculation is a reflex triggered by the orgasm and you can learn to separate them. That means when you come over and over again without going down. In this case you would never have to worry anymore about premature ejaculation.

I recently interviewed expert Alex Allman about Kegel exercises for men, you can find the video below. Check it out for more complete information about Kegels.

Kegels workout plan

Now you know how to do a kegel and what the benefits are, lets make a clear "workout plan" for the next 30 days. The great thing about pc contractions is that you can do them anywhere: in a meeting, while you're driving, right now wherever you are, ...

Here is Alex Allman's prescription for Kegel exercises:
1. Do 10 kegel contractions that you holding as tight as you can for 5 seconds. Repeat this 3 times.
2. Squeeze 100 times as fast as you can as you time yourself. Try to beat your previous time over and over again.

So do these exercises for a month and you will experience a profound increase in sexual performance. Maybe you'll already be able to withhold ejaculation just by this. But it is possible you need some extra exercises afterwards. But do these and you will really love the results of your strong pelvic floor. Enjoy!


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