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4 Men’s Tips To Last Longer In Bed Using Kegel Exercises

4 Men’s Tips To Last Longer In Bed Using Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises or pelvic floor muscle exercises are known to help men keep premature ejaculation away. That is because help by strengthening the Pubococcygeus muscle or the pelvic floor muscles will allow you to have far greater control of their ejaculatory urges, making you last longer in the bedroom as a result. Bear in mind that the Pubococcygeus muscle, just like any other muscle in the body, will need time to strengthen and improve. Hence, if you want to do some Kegel exercises, you won’t see the effects. But, give it enough time and you will see the results. In addition, to doing Kegel exercises, you might want to use supplements for men so that you will get the right boost to fuel your body for whatever sexual activities that you desire. Below are some examples of Kegel exercises you should do.

1. Squeeze and Hold

This is similar to the Flutter technique, but the main difference is that you want to hold the squeeze for as long as you can. Weak pelvic floor muscles would only allow you to hold it for about 20 seconds or so. But, as your muscles develop, you will be able to hold the squeeze for longer periods of time. Because this is so taxing to the muscles, perform this three times a day and only one hold per squeeze.

2. Random Flex

Normally, men have set time frames for doing their Kegel exercises, but this is the ultimate test if you’ve really strengthened your muscles to a considerable degree. At random times during the day, do a couple of flutters (about 10 reps should be good). After that, wait a couple of moments or even an hour or two then perform the squeeze and hold (hold it as long as you can). Doing it this way, especially at random, can truly help you test if your PC muscles are getting stronger or not.

3. The ‘Flutter’

Once you have located your PC muscles, what I want you to do is to master what I call the Flutter technique. This is where you will hold your PC muscles for a short while and then release it at half the time. So for instance, if you are holding your PC muscles for 10 seconds, you want to release that for 5. This is just the warmup and ideally, you want to perform about three sets of this every single day.

4. The Combination

As the name implies, this is where you will do a combination of the Flutter and the Squeeze & Hold. As a start, you want to perform 5 flutters and in the last repetition, you start squeezing and holding until you cannot do it any longer. Remember, as your muscles start to get stronger, you can do more flutters and you can last longer on the squeeze and hold portion as well.