You may have heard about how women should practice Kegel exercises to strengthen their pelvis muscle and how much it helps increase sexual pleasure. But, do you know men should also do them? Practicing Kegel’s can be a great aid to men’s sexual health. By exercising those muscles you can improve premature ejaculation and can help you last longer in bed.
Now that I’ve got your attention, you may be wondering how. Well, keep in mind the pelvis muscle is just like any other muscle in your body and you need to work it out to have better control over it. If you strengthen your pelvis muscles, you will have more strength to “pull back” when you feel you are about to cum. I know this may sound crazy or impossible, but it’s science! And once you get sufficiently strong, it won’t feel like you need a huge and impossible amount of effort to do so.
When it comes to premature ejaculation, a strong pelvis muscle allows you to be in better control of things down there. Most of the times, premature ejaculation occurs because the man it’s over stimulated and doesn’t have control over those muscles. If you strengthen those muscles, you will be able to control them and coming won’t feel as out of control and involuntary as before.
If you want to get into action, keep in mind you need a work out routine as you would when you’re exercising your biceps or quads; you will also need for the muscles to rest in order to get them strong. This means you shouldn’t practice Kegel’s everyday.
As for results, it will depend on how weak those muscles are. Some men start to see changes after 10 weeks of following a routine. Other men start to see a difference after a month and others after 6 weeks (told you it was like a regular work out routine). The changes will usually be present in orgasm strength and climax control. The important part here is for you to be consistent; remember: if you don’t use a muscle, the muscle will weaken…and you don’t want that, don’t you? Wink*.