Male Sexual Health – Part 2

Doing exercises for male sexual health may not sound like fun, but if these little moves help your sex life last into your nineties (and you along with it), then they are definitely worthwhile! In fact, these small movements will show in just a week’s time how beneficial they are.

The first exercise is for muscles that are called your “PC” muscles. From Wikipedia:

The pubococcygeus muscle or PC muscle is a hammock-like muscle, found in both sexes, that stretches from the pubic bone to the coccyx (tail bone) forming the floor of the pelvic cavity and supporting the pelvic organs. It is part of the levator ani group of muscles.

The exercise is very simple, and can be done by men and women alike. It involves squeezing the same muscles you squeeze to stop the flow of urine while urinating. You simply contract that muscle and relax it, performing 10-15 repetitions at a time, building up to 15.

Try to only squeeze the PC muscles for the best effect, rather than clenching the rectal muscles. Concentrate on squeezing the muscles near the front of the groin around the base of the penis. You can tell you’re squeezing the PC muscles if the penis bobs up and down. This will help bring tons of needed oxygen to your sexual organs (prostate included) and build up the muscle system that allows erections to last and last. (This will help not only in sexual performance but also in endurance. Definitely worthwhile! As an important bonus, it helps oxygenate the prostate and increases blood flow to the entire area, helping to flush out toxins and keep the entire region healthy.

Another excellent exercise is just as easy to do. Simply exhale all the way, blowing out the air from your lungs as much as possible. With the lungs empty of air, draw your stomach muscles upwards in into your chest cavity. Basically, you’ve just exhaled to move all the lung tissues out of the way, allowing your abdomen to pull far up into your upper belly and lower chest area. Just remember: pull your stomach upwards, into your chest. Hold that for a few seconds, then relax your stomach muscles and inhale. What you’ve just done is lift all the heavy weight off of your prostate, kidneys, and intestines, while sending lots of nutrient- and oxygen-rich blood flowing down there. This exercise is so beneficial, it deserves to be repeated 5 to 10 times. Build up slowly to higher repetitions. For just about all of you, this will be the first time you’ve ever pulled your stomach up into your chest. Some of the muscles involved here have never been exercised before, so take it easy and build up the repetitions over a couple of weeks.

These two exercises can increase your chances of keeping healthy, and can enhance your sexual performance and endurance much more than you could ever imagine. Remember what Yoda said, “Do, or do not. There is no try.” Get into the habit of doing these simple exercises regularly. You’ll be very glad you did!