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Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men

Targeted exercise can positively impact pelvic health, paving the way for how to keep an erection longer.

Exercise is one of the best ways to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle, and that goes for pelvic exercise, as well. Targeted pelvic exercise is an all-natural way to strengthen the muscles that matter most and enhance the effectiveness of Pos T Vac vacuum therapy systems.

The Private Gym Fitness Programs are targeted exercise regimens developed by leading urologists, physiologists and sexual health experts to act as personal exercise trainers for the pelvic muscles and penis.

Kegel Exercises for Men

The programs have been dubbed “Kegel Exercises for Men” and work the same muscles used to stop the flow of urine. These muscles become weaker with age, which can result in erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and other health issues. Keeping pelvic muscles fit through exercise can contribute to overall pelvic health.

Over the course of the FDA-registered Private Gym training programs, users learn to isolate and build the pelvic muscles with penis exercises that get more difficult over time. Users have reported marked results with less than 10 minutes of training three to four days a week.

The Programs

The Complete Training Program is the most comprehensive option and features four weeks of the Basic Training Program and four weeks of weight resistance training using the Private Gym’s patented penis exercise ring and magnetic weight.

The Complete Training Program  is intended for men who can achieve erections naturally or with assistance. The Basic Training Program is four weeks and is recommended for men looking to build initial pelvic muscle strength and how to keep erections longer naturally through targeted penis exercises.

Exercise, in general, has been linked to the prevention or relief of ED. Sources say exercise boosts circulation and “primes the brain for sexual satisfaction.” It promotes blood flow, which can improve the body’s arousal process.

 



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