Men can use Kegel exercises to strengthen muscles used in the control of erection and ejaculation, two things that contribute toward male enhancement.
You will also find that regular performance of Kegels will also improve bladder control especially in cases of a weak urinary sphincter caused by surgery from prostate cancer, or a bladder that does not contract, or an overactive bladder.
Steps In Kegels
The best things about Kegel exercises:
- First, you can do it anytime, anywhere even in public places since the muscles involved are out of sight and you do not have to hold your penis.
- Second, you can do away with any of the male enhancement devices although you may want to take male enhancement supplements. Third, you can easily perform these exercises when you know which exercises to target.
Indeed, Kegel exercises for men are a must-do for those who want to improve their sexual performance including their control over their erection and ejaculation.
Find Your Pelvic Floor Muscles
You can identify your pelvic floor muscles either when urinating or when sitting or lying down. Your first step is to contract the muscles that stop urination in midstream or to tighten the muscles that prevent passing of gas – these are your pelvic floor muscles.
When you squeeze on your pelvic floor muscles, you should be able to squeeze on your urethra and anus or be able to see the base of your penis move closer to your abdomen and your testicles rise.
You are not squeezing the right muscles when the muscles in your stomach, legs, or buttocks tighten. You should not also hold your breath when contracting your pelvic floor muscles.
Perfect The Exercise
Start the Kegels exercises by contracting your pelvic floor muscles, squeezing for three seconds, and then relaxing for another three seconds. Perform the cycle for 10 times.
For your first try, you should empty your bladder, lie on your back with your knees bent and apart shoulder-width, and then start the squeeze-hold-relax cycle. You can then do your subsequent exercises while sitting down, standing, and even walking.
You can increase the duration of your contractions from three to ten seconds on a gradual basis (i.e., as your muscles become stronger). You will soon see improvements in your erection and ejaculation control.
You can aim for once-a-day Kegel exercises for the recommended 10 repetitions. As you become better at it, you can aim for at least three times a day frequency.
You need not even limit yourself to the three times a day frequency as you can increase it to five times a day. Just don’t overdo the Kegels exercises as too much of anything can be dangerous for your health, even your control over your erection and ejaculation.
Results In A Few Weeks
As with any exercise involving the strengthening of muscles, observable results will take time so be patient. Each man will respond to Kegels in a different way especially in terms of the duration in which the results will be seen. In most cases, results can be observed anywhere from three to six weeks with regular performance (i.e., 3 times a day)
When you feel that regular performance of Kegel exercises is not providing for the desired results, then there are two possible explanations:
- You have not located your pelvic floor muscles.
- You have an underlying medical condition, such as a weak bladder.
In the first case, you should start over again to locate your pelvic floor muscles. In the second case, your best step is to visit your doctor preferably a urologist so that the appropriate medical treatment can be made.
Be sure to use other male enhancement methods, too, like jelqing and stretching along with Kegel exercises for best results. You should also take male enhancement supplements to increase your sexual stamina, power, and performance.