There are exercises from strong biceps, a solid core, and tight abs. So, it stands to reason that there are also moves you can do for a well-performing penis. Here, we look at erectile dysfunction exercises and what they can do to strengthen your pelvic floor and increase control and sensations in your arousal, orgasm, and ejaculation.
Strengthening the pelvis.
Doing erectile dysfunction exercises that bolster the pelvic floor can indeed improve sexual performance. In fact, one study found that pelvic exercises helped 40% of men with ED gain regain normal erectile function. In addition, 35.5% of men reported “significant” improvements.
Kegel exercises specifically work because they strengthen the bulbocavernosus muscle, which is used in creating and maintaining erection. Doing a Kegel involves locating the bulbocavernosus muscle, which is easiest to identify by clenching as if you were stopping your flow of urination in midstream. Squeeze those muscles, hold the squeeze for five seconds, and then release them, repeating the clench and release for 10 to 20 repetitions, two or three times a day.
You can do these while standing, sitting, or lying down. The important thing is to do them consistently. Some men like to do them while brushing their teeth or while stuck in traffic. Figuring out when to do them and correlating them with other things you do routinely can help.
The upside is that they can done anywhere, without anyone knowing. Another upside is that, in addition to strengthening erections, they can also help prevent and decrease urinary incontinence.
Hit the gym.
For assistance in isolating and strengthening these pelvic floor muscles, Rejoyn’s Private Gym Fitness Programs are available. These tools for erectile dysfunction exercises have been developed by leading urologists, physiologists and sexual health experts to act as personal exercise trainers for the pelvic muscles and penis.
As the most comprehensive solution, the Complete Training Program 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. These programs can create a more formal approach to erectile dysfunction exercises that can help you stick with a routine or make every more move impactful.
Another way to approach erectile dysfunction exercises is to consider the role of exercise overall. Working out regularly is one of the many lifestyle tactics you can use to treat ED. In fact, one study found that 30 minutes of walking a day resulted in a 41% decrease in ED risk. It was also found that moderate exercise helped restore sexual performance for obese, middle-aged men experiencing ED.
Other lifestyle improvements are eating right, limiting alcohol and stopping smoking. Maintaining a healthy weight can also make a significant difference, as it’s been found that a man with a 42-inch waist is 50% more likely to have ED than one with a 32-inch waist.
In addition, exercise releases endorphins, which can improve your mood. Feeling better can increase energy and confidence, which can make you more in the mood for sex and more comfortable in your skin.
Whether you do Kegels, or aerobic exercise, or lifting weights, all moves can be considered erectile dysfunction exercises. And everything you do to improve your overall health – and your sexual health–can have a significant effect on your sexual relationships and be the answer to how to have sex with ED.