Pelvic Floor Exercises For Men – Do They Really Work?

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What if I told you there were physical exercises that could cure erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, and even make you cum further?

You might think I’m lying, but these exercises exist. They’re called Pelvic Floor Exercises.

The Pelvic Floor is quite literally what it sounds like – the floor of your pelvis.

Take a look at a diagram online. You’ll see that there are long muscles that wrap around the pelvic area.

This group of muscles work together to perform the functions required of your penis.

Just like how your biceps is made of two (bi) muscles, your pelvic floor is made of a conglomerate of small muscles that work together to achieve the same goal, sex reproduction.

I won’t go into the boring detail of all of their functions, but I will tell you this…

The pelvic floor muscles have a serious impact on sexual health.

The penis (and the surrounding areas) are more complicated than you think. Take a second and think about all the work your penis does. It can get hard as a rock at a moment’s notice. Isn’t that crazy?

Also, these muscles are responsible for literally shooting cum out of your penis, sometimes flying halfway across the room!

The reason you’re able to do these bodily functions is because of the pelvic floor. These muscles are responsible for all the actions that your penis does during sex.

So it makes sense to have a healthy pelvic floor, right?

Confusingly, there’s a lot of different exercises you can do for your pelvic floor. Today I’ll go through the most popular ones and tell you which ones actually work.

King Of The Jungle – Kegels

When you think of pelvic floor exercises, you’ll probably think of kegels.

Kegels are the most popular pelvic floor exercise out there, and for good reason. They’re not only the easiest exercise to perform, they’re also beneficial for the majority of men who use them.

The reason why kegels are so easy to perform is because even if you don’t know you use them, you perform kegels every day when you go to the bathroom.

The muscles in the kegel exercise are the same ones that are responsible for “closing the valve” of your penis when you go to take a piss. If you don’t know how to kegel, go to the urinal and practice stopping the flow of pee. That’s how you kegel.

Now that you know how to do them, you should know how they benefit you. This is why so many men use them, after all.

Kegel exercises are useful for men because they STRENGTHEN the pelvic floor. This is what will make your pelvic floor stronger, and perform better.

A thick pelvic floor will mean you can squeeze your kegels much more, which means:

Harder erections, as you can push more blood to your penis;

Bigger cumshots, because you’ll squeeze more cum out of your penis; and

More stamina, thanks to the “kegel squeeze” to stop ejaculation.

That’s right, if your kegel muscles are strong enough to stop ejaculation, you can perform a strong kegel mid-orgasm to stop yourself. This is a great technique for men who need to last longer.

Practice kegels a few times a week, but don’t forget to balance them out.

Yin & Yang

If you do biceps curls, you’re going to want to work your triceps as well, right?

Kegels are one side of the coin, and reverse kegels are the other.

When you practice kegels, you SQUEEZE your pelvic floor. When you do reverse kegels, you OPEN your pelvic floor. Unlike most muscles, the pelvic floor flexes in both directions due to the way the muscles are designed.

Kegels stop the flow of pee, so what does the reverse kegel do? You guessed right, the reverse kegel speeds up the flow of pee.

To learn how to reverse kegel, go to the urinal and practice making your pee go as fast as possible.

Just like the kegel, you’ll learn to recognize this movement and soon be able to practice it outside of the bathroom.

This exercise is great for premature ejaculation. A lot of men have kegel muscles that are over-active, and cause them to ejaculate when they don’t want to.

Practice reverse kegels just as much as you practice kegels, to create balance between the two.

Now, just like in the gym, you work out and stretch. But how do we stretch the pelvic floor?

The Final Stretch

To make sure you have a completely healthy pelvic floor, you have to stretch. This is crucial if you’re doing high volume kegels, as your muscles will be tired out and looking for some rest.

There are two stretches for the pelvic floor I want you to perform.

The first is the deep squat, and it’s just what you think it is.

The second exercise is the “horse riding stance.” This will not only help your pelvic floor, it’ll also open up your hips (which might be tired from all that thrusting).

To perform these stretches, get into the stretch position…and hold it as long as you can.

If you can only do it for 30s, do that, but try to get to 60s. Then, do it for 60s a few times during the day. This is especially important if you work an office job and sit at a desk all day.

Now that you’ve learned about all the exercises…I bet you’re asking…

Will Pelvic Floor Exercises Make Me Last Longer?

Great question, but it’s time for some tough love. The answer is yes…and no.

Yes, pelvic floor exercises will help–especially if you have an office job, or have never done them before.

No, they won’t add minutes to how long you can last by themselves.

To truly extend your love-making sessions, you need a system that incorporates the exercises, practices, techniques, habits, and mindset to becoming a sex god.

If you want to last longer, you have to check out How to Last Longer in Bed. It’s my new guide that shows men (of all ages) the step-by-step routine that’ll take you from premature ejaculation to sex domination faster than you imagine.