Exercise is good for the spirit, mind, and body. But can it also be good for your sex life? It’s been found that physical fitness can benefit your sexual health, and that penis exercises can make your sex life better. Here is a look at what penis exercises are and four reasons you’ll want to start doing them now to improve your performance in the bedroom.
Doing one of the most effective penis exercises – Kegels – can give you more control of your erection. Experts say by flexing the muscles that form a shelf along the bottom of the penis you strengthen the pelvic floor. These muscles are used to keep blood in the shaft of the penis while you’re erect. Thus, having better strength in this area can help you enhance and maintain rigidity, and have more control over both staying hard or ejaculating too soon.
The Mayo Clinic also reports that Kegel exercises can help reduce urinary or fecal incontinence along with “dribble after urination.”
More girth and size.
Because penis exercises like pelvic floor strengtheners create a direct improvement of blood flow, they can add rigidity, girth, and size to your erection. With a strong pelvic floor, you can increase blood flow to the penis and better retain blood there, lengthening and strengthening your erection. Sources also indicate that regular stretching of your penis can elongate the penis and provide many sexual health benefits.
More frequent sex.
Creating regular erections keeps the penis familiar with the sensation of becoming aroused so that it doesn’t get out of practice, adding to erectile dysfunction.
Also, sources say without regular erections, the penis can actually shrink. The penile tissue can become less elastic, making the penis one to two centimeters shorter over time.
Better overall experience.
Finally, it’s been found that penis elongation exercises can lead to a better sex life because they can result in:
- Improved ejaculation and volume
- More staying power and energy
- Improved sperm production
- Increased testosterone
- More virility and staying power
How to add penis exercises to your routine.
Once you see the benefits of penis exercises, it’s easy to find motivation to get started. But how?
Do Kegels. One of the most popular penis exercises is the Kegel. Doing a Kegel involves contracting your pubococcygeus or PC muscles and holding the contraction or squeeze for a few minutes several times a day (aim for at least three sets of 10 repetitions daily). To locate your PC muscles, clench as if you were holding back urine in midstream, making sure to breath freely as you contract. It can be easiest to do Kegels laying down at first, and then work up to doing them while sitting or standing. These exercises not only strengthen your pelvic floor, but they can be done discretely without anyone knowing.
Stretch. These exercises are based on stretching and exercising the penis to help it operate at its fullest potential. Some penis exercises include:
- Exercise 1. Grasp the head of the penis and stretch and hold it upward for a count of 10. Then repeat the stretch by holding it downward.
- Exercise 2. Place both thumbs and fingers over the shaft of your penis and firmly press the skin of the penis back into your body. Hold for 10 seconds, then relax and repeat, maintaining a continuous pump action.
- Exercise 3. Placing one hand at the base of your penis and the other behind the head, stretch the penis in both directions, first away from the body using the hand on the head, then toward the body with the hand on the base of the penis. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat.
Use a penis pump. Doing exercises with a penis pump can also enhance your erection, as it uses vacuum suction to draw blood into the penis, while an elastic support ring then holds the erection in place. Using the pump as exercise can improve circulation and get your penis more in the habit of “performing.”
Go to the “gym.” You can also get more assistance using Rejoyn Medical’s Private Gym Fitness Programs. These targeted exercise regimens are developed by leading urologists, physiologists, and sexual health experts to act as “personal exercise trainers” for the pelvic muscles and penis. The Basic Training Program is four weeks and is recommended for men looking to build initial pelvic strength and to keep erections longer. The Complete Training Program features the four weeks of Basic Training, plus four weeks of weight resistance training using a patented penis exercise ring and magnetic weight.
Have more sex. Another way to cultivate your sex life is just to practice more. More sex leads to more sex, and that doesn’t just mean sex with a partner. Between sessions together, you can exercise while masturbating with a penis pump. It can help you gain control over your arousal and orgasm, and help build your confidence in your erection.
It is possible to have better sex no matter your age by taking steps to get your penis moving. Exercise – and specifically penis exercises – can improve your performance and make your sex life better than ever. For more information, browse blogs, and download our new free guide, All-Natural Ways to Achieve and Keep the Best Erections of Your Life.