Kegels aren’t just for ladies anymore!
For any guy who wants to last longer in bed and experience more powerful orgasms, there is one thing to do: Kegel exercises!
Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor exercises, are designed to strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor. Like all muscles in your body, the muscles of the pelvis can be strengthened and toned through focused exercises. The exercises are named after Arnold Kegel, a gynecologist who recommended them back in the 1940s as a treatment for urinary incontinence. Over the years, Kegels have been proven to have many sexual benefits as well.
For years Kegels have been recommended for women, and the benefits are clear: strengthened pelvic muscles, better orgasms and a healthier sexual system. Now, science has shown that Kegels are not just for women!
A new study confirms that men can also benefit from Kegel exercises. The study worked with 40 men, ages 19-46 who were experiencing premature ejaculation. These men had all tried other treatments for premature ejaculation without success. But after three months of doing Kegel exercises for men, all but 5 of the guys had dramatically improved their ejaculation control. The average time to ejaculation jumped from 32 seconds to 2.5 minutes!
Kegel exercises for men aren’t just for guys with severe premature ejaculation! All men can benefit from strengthening their pelvic muscles and gaining more control over their ejaculation!
Ready to start working out your pelvic floor? Interested in lasting longer in bed? Curious about male multiple orgasms? Grab your copy of The Pleasure Mechanics Guide to Ejaculation Control and you’ll be on your way to building your sexual strength! This guide offers a step-by-step program so you can learn not only how to do Kegel exercises for men, but also learn how to separate ejaculation from orgasm and control your erections so you can last longer in bed and experience more powerful orgasms. Thousands of guys have used this program to successfully master ejaculation control: are you next?
Want to learn more about Kegel exercises for men? Read on!
Why do Kegel Exercises for Men Work?