Help men do “sexual” pelvic floor muscle fitness
In the past, people often said that Kegel training has many benefits for improving women’s sexual experience. In fact, whether the pelvic floor muscles are strong or not is also important to men.
This muscle group controls semen flow, erection stiffness, and eruption power during ejaculation.
Kegel exercise method is to train male sexual muscles. The pelvic muscles at the base of the penis are called male sexual muscles, of which the pubic coccyx muscles play a major role.
Building muscles in these areas can increase blood supply to the entire pelvis and penis.
In theory, this condition can promote erections, increase pleasure during orgasm, and help patients control ejaculation, because a characteristic of male orgasm is that these muscles contract regularly.
Men’s Kegel training is divided into four sections: The first section of training includes three groups of exercises. First, quickly contract and relax the pelvic floor muscles for 10 seconds each time, and do 3 consecutive groups at intervals of 10 seconds.
Then, repeat the action of zooming in and out, but each time lasts 5 seconds, and each group is separated by 5 seconds.
Finally, tighten the pelvic floor muscles for 30 seconds, and do 3 sets of 30-second intervals.
This set of exercises should be practiced for a week and every day.
The second training session is mainly to train the sensitivity of pelvic floor muscles.
First, contract the pelvic floor muscles for 5 seconds, then relax and do a total of 10 groups.
Then, rewind as quickly as possible, 10 times per group, and do 3 groups.
Again, tighten and relax irregularly, count 10 times at a time, and do 3 sets.
Finally, tighten your muscles and stick to it as long as possible, up to 2 minutes.
This section of training should also persist for a week.
If you feel you have control, you can do the next session.
The third session of training first is to repeatedly retract the pelvic floor muscles, a total of 30 groups, slowly increased to 100 groups.
Then, tighten as long as possible, doing 30 sets, with 30-second intervals between each set.
The fourth section is consolidation exercises. Kegel training is not limited by location and time. It can be used in standing and lying positions, and the movements are very simple and easy to master.
After one month of male practice, the effect was obvious.