Kegel 101: Mastering Kegel Exercises for Men

Kegels 101: Mastering Kegel Exercises for Men

Kegels for men? Oh yes! Kegel exercises for men are just as important as toning those Kegels is for the ladies. Here’s how it’s done.
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Kegels for men? Oh yes! Kegel exercises for men are just as important as toning those Kegels is for the ladies. Here’s how it’s done.

Touch. Pause. Clench.

Gentlemen, can we have your attention please. Your penis needs an exercise, and not the kind you think! You need to know how to do Kegel exercises for men. Your health and sexual performance will thank you for it. We know many of you are doing your best to break a sweat in the gym, but Kegels - an anytime, anywhere type of workout - can be done in a matter of a few minutes. No gym equipment required!

So What is Kegel?

Well Kegel was actually a person. Arnold Kegel, an Iowa gynecologist, invented the Kegel perineometer - an instrument that measures the contraction strength of pelvic floor muscles. During his research in the 1940s, Kegel also figured out the pelvic floor could be exercised, and the muscle set has now become his namesake.

The Benefits of Kegels

Like massaging your prostate, doing your Kegels provides an alluring trifecta of health, pleasure, and psychological advantages. Manly Kegels mean an increase in your sexual stamina with stronger, longer-lasting erections and more intense orgasms.

Kegel exercises for men are a great way to improve the overall health and hardness of your penis, along with increasing your ability to last longer in bed  - the benefit all men are searching for! Kegel exercises for men provide relief from urinary incontinence – or, more simply put, post-urination dribbling - and improvement of blood flow through the penis, which goes a long way in combating erectile dysfunction and keeps you feeling hard. Kegel exercises for men can even help you become multi-orgasmic! Which man wouldn’t want that?

Know the Know-How!

Although you don’t need to invest in a fully equipped gym, before you begin you need to locate your PC muscles. How do you do this?

When you cut off your stream during urination, the muscle contracting to prevent further urine flow is what’s called a PC muscle. Now that you have found your PC muscle, you can learn how to do Kegel exercises for men - it’s a truly magnificent exercise that can be done on the couch, at your desk, in the car, or even as you read this article.

So let’s put this into practice now. Relax your body and contract, or squeeze, your PC muscles, simulating the effort made when you usually stop the flow of your urine.

Hold five seconds, and then release and relax for five seconds. To get things started and to get into routine, repeat this motion 15 times, three times a day (and remember, you can do it anywhere). After a few weeks of doing your reps, you will need to increase your workout, the same as when training at the gym. 

With weightlifting, you’d increase weight over time. With Kegels, you can increase WAIT over time - meaning you hold your PC contraction at longer intervals, 10 or even 20 seconds a rep.

Add an extra boost to your new workout routine with our Kegel 8V for men, which turns pelvic muscles from lazy to lothario. While doing your Kegels, be sure to flex just your PC muscles, not your abs, thighs or butt. Contracting other muscles can lessen the effect of each Kegel.

The Multiple Male Orgasm Starter Pack!

Once your PC muscle is strong like an ox, you’ll have the ability to stop yourself from ejaculating before you’re ready to give up the pleasuring. To do this, you’ll need to be able to hold a tight Kegel contraction for at least 10 seconds.

Once you can do that in your sleep, try the our method for delaying ejaculation. Kegel right before you hit the “point of no return” – this is where semen starts moving through your penis and ejaculation is inevitable. Hold the contraction for roughly 10 seconds or more. After the urge to ejaculate has gone away, release the Kegel.

The hard part is building up your PC muscle so it’s strong enough to withstand the pressure and power of ejaculating. This process may actually take you anywhere from a few weeks to months to even years to master in bed.

Many men report that learning exactly when to do Kegel exercises is another hard part of the process. Practice makes perfect and we know these men aren’t complaining about the  many attempts it may take when the end result is well worth it.

Remember, Kegels Aren’t Just for Men…

Kegels can be done by both men and women. Add a volume of pleasure to any bedroom play and teach your partner to do Kegels!

If a woman squeezes her PC muscle during intercourse, her vagina tightens and leaves everyone involved feeling a satisfaction like no other. Get some kegel toys for her to help tighten those muscles and lead to stronger orgasms.

As far as we’re concerned, Kegels are the best-kept secret when it comes to male (and female) sexual health and wellness practices that are as effective as they are easy.