Quick-Fix #2 – Work Out Your PC Muscle The “Proper Way” with Kegels
- Should add approximately 5 more minutes in the beginning.
- Discreet & easy to do method.
- Good against incontinence as well.
- Works for men of all ages.
- Need to do it regularly.
- Takes some time to learn.
- The possibility of overdoing it.
- Quite boring.
If you’re just not the type of guy that will slide on one of those thicker condoms, then Kegel exercises are exactly for you! With the help of these, you will build up and strengthen your Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle that is known as the “shut off valve” responsible for stopping your urine flow and ejaculation.
Actually, it can be strengthened to the point where you can even control and prolong your orgasms! The very best way to do so is by practicing kegel workouts. Here is 4-step instructional guide worth following:
- First, locate it by trying to stop your urine flow while urinating.
- This can be done by using your PC muscle.
- Once identified, you should contract and release it daily for several times and for a specific period.
- The precise numbers are highly individual and depend on your experience level and the regime you choose.
You also need to keep in mind that in order to avoid losing this ejaculatory control you need to consistently work out these muscles. Thankfully, this is a technique that you can do discreetly during the day, giving you almost effortless control with zero headaches or hassle whatsoever.
Please note: If you want to know more details about Kegels, various individual regimes and proper ways to do these exercises, then read my easy-to-follow guide here. GO TO PAGE 4 BELOW