Kegel’s (pronounced: key guhl) are generally thought of as the exercise which tighten up the walls of the vagina. However – the same muscles that help women are also located in men. Strengthening
these muscles is proven to help many men avoid premature ejaculation and enjoy better sex.
Once you get hang of it you can do these exercises effortlessly 5-10 minutes a few times each day.
To start you have to locate the pubococcygeus muscle. It is located behind your scrotum going backwards toward your anus. To find it – next time you start to pee, stop, put your finger behind your scrotum and start to pee again the muscle relaxes, stop and it tightens – this is the pubococcygeus muscle.
To do the Kegel exercise squeeze the muscle as hard as you can and hold it for 3-5 seconds. Then release and relax for another 5 seconds. Pay attention to how the muscle feels and do this exercise as many times as you can before the muscles begin to tire. Work to increase the length of time you can tighten the muscle, and towards 5 repetitions and 5 times per day. Remember do not push yourself to the point of pain or discomfort.
When masturbating introduce the Kegel exercise. Doing the Kegel exercise during warm up, excitement and orgasm can help you to delay ejaculation and gain control. Like any other exercise it is important not to overdo. Do not push yourself too hard and if you experience pain or discomfort you may be pushing yourself too hard and should stop.
Kegel’s as many women have known for a long time are easy to do and effective. PLUS you can do them anytime, anywhere without anyone knowing. So why not give it a try, do it consistently and see results.