Exercise Your Genitals to Improve Your Sexual Health

Many people have heard about Kegels or other PC (pubococcygeal) muscle exercises to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. These exercises aren’t just for women, even though they are typically directed towards women’s use of them. After all, they not only tighten vaginal walls, it can increase sexual desire and help women better achieve and have stronger orgasms.

In men, they can help with improved erectile functioning, intensify orgasm, and help reduce rapid ejaculation.

In both men and women, PC muscle exercises can create an elevated sense of sexual self, provide longer-lasting acts of sexual pleasure, and contribute to greater overall sexual satisfaction.

How Does it Benefit for Both Genders?

Both male and female embryos have the identical genital structures in the first few weeks of human development. From there, the clitoris is formed for females and the penis is formed in the male. What becomes the labia in the female, becomes the scrotum in the male.

In the abdominal area, in a female, ovaries are formed, whereas they drop down and become the testicles in a male. But, the pelvic muscles are the same for both! Strong PC muscles, then, improves sexual functioning for both men and women, not just individually, but also for the benefit of your sexual partner(s).

How to Strengthen Your PC Muscles

Begin by locating your PC muscles by stopping and starting the flow of urine. Notice where you feel tension and release by doing so. This helps you understand their location. Once you have located them, squeeze them tightly for a count of two, release for one count, and then repeat up to 20 times. At first you may need to start with 5 to 10 reps and work up to 20.

Take a short rest for 20-30 seconds and then do two more sets. Do this 3 times a week (or more) for best results.

Men, once you have built up strength in this area, build it further with this practice: While masturbating, once you have a firm erection, place a dry washcloth over your penis and then contract your PC muscles rhythmically. This will cause the washcloth (and your penis) to bounce up and down. Build up this strength over time by using a damp washcloth, and then a wet one.

Once you get the hang of it, try it during intercourse and watch your partner’s reaction as it creates a new sensation.

Speak Your Mind

*



5650 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Suite 250B
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

rhoda@drrhoda.com
(720) 530-6545

Got Questions?
Send a Message!