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Sex - Practical exercises

Something that is always going to impress more that size, is a really strong erection. The following simple exercise will help and almost all men report great benifit from it, if you persist long enough.

Pelvic floor exercises for men

Doing Pelvic floor exercises can help you get the most from your sexual activity. The exercise strengthens the muscles that support the penis, known as the pubococcygeus muscle.

First locate your pelvic floor muscles. You can do this by stopping your flow of urine next time you go to the loo. The muscles you use are your pelvic floor muscles.
Regular exercise of the PC muscles has many health benefits including:
  • Improved blood circulation to the genital area which will help sexual arousal and may help erection.
  • Stronger and more pleasurable orgasms.
  • A greater feeling of control and confidence over ejaculation.
  • Improvement in the angle of erection.

You can do these exercises anytime, anywhere - no one knows you're doing them.

Practice doing them sitting, standing and lying down. Most importantly, find a time when you remember to do them every day.
Squeeze and release

Start by squeezing and releasing the muscles 15 times. Don't hold the contraction, just squeeze and release.

Do the exercises every day

  • At first do one set of 15, twice a day. Try to concentrate on squeezing only your pelvic floor muscles, not your stomach and thighs. It will become easier with practice. (Some people say that sucking their thumb while doing it helps).

  • Gradually increase the number until you can do 40 or 50 at a time. Build up slowly.

  • When you're comfortable doing 40 or 50, you can vary the exercise by holding each contraction to the count of 3 before releasing. Again, build up slowly till you can achieve 40 or 50.

It may take up to 6 weeks to begin to feel the benefits listed above - but you will definitely feel them.

These exercises really do have a dramatic effect. A good target is being able to support a bath towel, on your erection.
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German scientists say exercise is better than Viagra in helping men improve their sexual performance.

In a two year study by Urologist professor Frank Sommer from the University of Cologne, 80% of men who complained of erection problems found exercise helped.
In comparison, only 74% of a control group who resorted to Viagra found that use of the pill improved their performance.