A little while ago I wrote an article entitled the “#1 Exercise For Preventing Erectile Dysfunction & Improving Your “Performance” In The Bedroom”
The good news is that it became very popular, quickly and it went “viral”.
Lots of people shared the article because the information WORKS, it’s clinically proven and it’s very helpful for anyone who wants to:
- prevent erectile dysfunction
- increase your size
- improve your stamina
- and also boost your sex drive
Unfortunately, the bad news is that it also caused a little confusion for some people…
And for that, I’m very sorry.
I just want to help and I feel I’ve let you down. So that’s the reason I’m writing this follow-up article with some of the tops frequently asked questions.
Now, if you haven’t read the original article yet, you can click here and read it now before you read this article. Just don’t forget to come back here…
… okay, so let’s get started.
“… can holding my pee midway harm my bladder?”
“… how long do I need to hold my pee?”
So in my original article, I stated:
Kegel exercises are done to strengthen the perineal muscle.
One way to describe how to do it is by contracting your anus muscle, as if you’re trying to hold in gas….
Another way to do it is to stop peeing midway through. Thus, as you’re peeing, “contract the muscle” that will STOP the pee, midway through.
That’s it – that’s a kegel exercise. THAT is how you contact your perineal muscle
My examples are based now on how you can learn WHERE the perineal muscle is… and HOW you can feel and contract it.
I am NOT wanting you to go to the bathroom, start urinating and then hold it and start doing the exercise that way.
Once you know HOW to contract your perineal muscle … whether it’s by “contracting your anus” or by “holding your pee”…
Then you can just contract this muscle wherever you are, anywhere you are, any time you want to.
Right now, as you’re sitting reading this article, you can do your kegel exercises by contracting your perineal muscle.
You can do it while driving. While standing and waiting in line somewhere. Does this make sense?
Remember, the exercise has NOTHING to do with your penis – it has to do with contracting your perineal muscle.
If you are, that’s totally fine and it’s normal. The Kegels have lots of benefits – healthier prostate and better erections are typical and that’s because:
- The exercise is increasing blood flow and circulation to the area.
- It’s also strengthening the muscle that helps give you stronger, harder and fuller erections.
So if you’re getting erect or harder, that’s a good sign. That means your penis is getting healthier and stronger … Enjoy!
Well, just like working out at the gym, we start low and build up over time.
I’ve given the “sets and reps” in the original article.
However, you may just do it for 2-3 minutes at a time, 3x weekly.
Then as you get stronger, you can do it for 5 min, 3x weekly. Then maybe do 5 min, 4x weekly, and then eventually 5x weekly.
You may do a “double split” workout where you do 3 min in the morning and then 3 min at night.
Again, start low and build up every week.
HOWEVER, just like any muscle, you also don’t want to exercise it every day.
Exercise and then rest the muscle so you can see improvements.
If you have premature ejaculation issues, which is very common — especially if you’re younger…
Strengthening your perineal muscle with Kegel exercises will allow you to have MORE CONTROL over your penis and thus, you’ll be able to stop yourself from ejaculating too early.
Again, this takes practice and you need to be mindful.
And another side-benefit is that Kegel’s will give you better, more intense, and stronger orgasms.
This is a great exercise for keeping everything “down there”, healthy and strong.