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How to Do Kegel Exercises

Kegel Exercises For Men. One of the secrets to lasting longer in bed!

Kegel exercises are one of the best ways to cure premature ejaculation and last longer during sex. They are simple, effective and can be practiced in the privacy of your own home. However, whether these work for you will depend on how well you do them. Let’s find out in this article now…

The Different Types Of Kegel Exercises

There are 5 types of Kegel exercises. These can be used together to gain a better control over your pelvic muscles.

1. The standard clamping exercise
2. The squeeze
3. The step
4. The flutter
5. The push out exercise

How Do I Perform The Exercises?

Exercise #1 – The Clamp: This is where you clench the pelvic muscle for 2-3 seconds and then release it. If you want to identify the pelvic muscle, try stopping the flow of urine midway. The muscle you are using at that point is the pelvic muscle. You should repeat this simple muscle clench/release routine at least 25 times a day.

Exercise #2 – The Squeeze: This is similar to the clamp above. The only difference is that you continue the clamp for a longer time – typically around 10 seconds. If you can’t do it the first time, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect! After all, strengthening the muscles to do your bidding is the whole point of the exercise!

Exercise #3 – The Stair Steps: This is an interesting variation to the exercises above. In this exercise, you clench the muscles at incremental time periods. For instance, start by clenching them for around 2 seconds. Then try it for 3 seconds and so on. You should try and get up to a maximum of 30 seconds for a single clench.

Exercise #4 – The Flutters: This can be broken down into steps:
Clench the muscles very slowly

–  Tighten the muscles and increase the pressure, but very slowly for as long as you can

–  Release likewise, in a slow and deliberate movement. It may cause some tingling sensations. However, this just proves that your muscles are weak. But it also means that you will get a good response!

Exercise #5 – Push Out: This is the opposite of the clamps. In this exercise, you push your pelvic muscles just as you would while passing stool. Just remember not to strain your stomach too much and to concentrate on the pelvic muscles instead.

Now that you know how to do Kegel exercises, do them exactly like I shared in this article… you will be amazed at how you can last longer during sex within a month!