How Do Men Use Kegels During Sex
A popular question among sexually active males is, "How do men use Kegels during sex?" Kegel exercises were originally used by women as a way to strengthen the vaginal muscles to prep the body for childbirth. These same exercises were used after childbirth to keep the vaginal wall tight. Now, many men use a similar technique to strengthen the pubococcygeus muscle (also known as the PC muscle), which can make an erection harder and increase stamina.
What you'll need to use Kegels during sex:
- Sex partner
- Identify the pubococcygeus muscle. Before you can use Kegels during sex, you'll want to spend some time alone to practice locating and flexing this muscle. To do this, mimic what you would do to stop urinating mid-flow. Recognize that feeling and repeat squeezing the muscle several times. Men use Kegels during sex only after they are able to use them when they are alone.
- Practice flexing. The more frequently you use Kegels, the harder your erection will become. Each time you use Kegels, you are increasing the blood flow to your penis, which makes it harder and helps your erection last longer. Practice makes perfect, so flex that muscles several times a day.
- Use Kegels during sex. Once you have the process of locating and flexing your PC muscle, you are ready to use Kegels during sex. While inside your partner, perform Kegels. Your girlfriend will not feel what you are doing inside of her, but you will. Using Kegels during sex is a great way to prevent premature ejaculation, maintain a rock hard erection and improve your sexual performance.
Kegel exercises are not only helpful in improving your sex life, they are also beneficial for overall prostate health. By maintaining strong PC muscles in your youth, you can enjoy an active sex life and help prevent urinary incontinence as you age.