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Better Performance through Exercise – The Power of Kegels

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Dec 04, 2014

We’ve all seen those infomercials pushing the next hottest piece of exercise equipment guaranteed to tone, tighten, drop 10 pounds and 10 inches in 10 days; occasionally, we even buy into them. Why? Because everyone wants results, and they want them fast. Unfortunately, there are very few things in life that really are that simple. Most good things take time, commitment and a multi-faceted strategy to see the results you want. However, when it comes to better performance for men, there really is one simple male organ health exercise that has the ability to change things for the better: Kegels.

What are Kegels?

Kegels are that strange and foreign-sounding exercise that guys often hear about, have maybe read about in magazine and may even have been instructed to practice by a urologist. Men know they should do them, and they may do them every once in a while, but probably not with the regularity needed to really see results.

Okay, why should men do them?

Well, for better performance, of course. Kegels strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, which in turn can improve both the ability to release and the quality thereof. As men age, the pelvic muscles naturally lose muscle tone – just like the rest of the body – which is partially to blame for that leaky bladder issue common among men of a certain age. Kegels can benefit men in their prime as well; this one simple move improves circulation to the area, strengthening the smooth muscle tissue needed for getting hard and staying hard and even helping men struggling with male dysfunction and early on emissions. So with all those benefits plus better emissions, why in the world would anyone skip this exercise?

How to do it

Performing kegel exercises is simple; it takes nothing more than a series of concentrated muscle contractions of the PC (pubococcygeus) muscles that support the pelvic floor. Men can find this muscle simply by stopping the flow of urine mid-pee. Once the muscle group has been located, there is nothing more needed to perform the exercise, no equipment or gym membership necessary. Simply contract the muscles for about 5 seconds at a time, then relax for a count of 5 and repeat. Do 3 sets of 10 reps about 3 times per day, gradually increasing the number of repetitions as well as the length of the contraction, ideally working up to holding each contraction for about 30 seconds at a time. Sure, it may sound like a piece of cake, but if these muscles have been lying dormant for quite some time, it is more difficult than one may think to hold a tight contraction. To maximize benefit from the move, be sure not to allow any other muscles to contract with the PC muscles; the abdomen, butt and thigh muscles should remain relaxed to get the most out of the exercise.

Keeping the Male organ Healthy

The latest exercise equipment that is circulating around the TV stations at 3 a.m. may guarantee immediate results or your money back. Kegels may have a slower effect, with most men noticing the difference in about 8 weeks. Kegels truly can help improve the health of the male organ and benefit a man’s romantic life by producing more powerful emissions. For maximum benefit, it is best to include kegels as part of an overall sensual health regimen. Regular cardiovascular exercise, limiting alcohol and caffeine, getting a good amount of sleep, managing your stress well and controlling blood sugars are all integral parts of keeping an active and healthy intimate life going for many years to come. Additional products such as vitamin supplements or a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can also help improve the health of the male organ immensely, in addition to adding this one simple exercise to the daily routine.

About the Author

Visit http://www.man1health.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ.

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