pc muscle exercises

Say goodbye to sexual frustration and say hi to improved performance in bed when you check this out.

Say goodbye to sexual frustration and say hi to improved performance in bed when you check this out.

Believe it or not, if you’ve never heard of Kegel exercises then you’re missing out a huge key to improving your sex life. Apart from improving the overall firmness and durability of your penis, you can also expect a lot of other great things to come (pun intended) when you work out your pubococcygeus muscle or PC muscle for at least 5 minutes a day.

Giving the PC muscle special attention should be a routine for every man on the planet. Make sure you check out the rest of this article right away to learn the fundamentals of the Kegel exercise and why it’s gathering more and more followers daily.

Where it all began

Dr. Arnold Kegel, an American gynecologist, first discussed the importance of flexing the PC muscle in the 1950’s to help prevent women develop incontinence after childbirth by strengthening the pelvic diaphragm. When applied to men, however, he discovered that it led to rather “rock-solid” results that made it very popular today.

How do you exactly work out your PC muscle?

It’s not as complicated as you think really. The easiest way to find and initially exercise your PC muscle is to urinate and try to stop your stream mid-flow. You will feel something that will contract and relax. That’s your PC muscle. Now try to flex it without urinating. Keep it up for as long as you can, extending the duration each day and you’re good to go. How easy is that?

Kegel exercise benefit #1

You’re in for harder and longer erections when you regularly exercise your PC muscle. Since you are basically making your pelvic floor much stronger every time you do a Kegel exercise, you are also improving the blood flow to your penis while at it. Achieving an erection is easy as pie and you can also maintain it for as long as you want without a hitch.

Kegel exercise benefit #2

A robust PC muscle helps keep premature ejaculation at bay. If you exercise it regularly, you can easily delay reaching the point of no return by just flexing it when you feel an orgasm is on the way. Advanced practitioners can even experience multiple climaxes during intercourse.

Kegel exercise benefit #3

The good things you get from exercising your PC muscle are more than just sexual. It also keeps your prostate in optimum shape and prevents the risk of urinary tract infection. And the best thing about working out your PC muscle? You can virtually do it anywhere you want. You can do it while watching TV, waiting for the light to turn green, sitting at your desk at work or perhaps while reading this article. The possibilities are just endless.


The PC muscle is probably THE most important muscle you need know how to use when it comes to sex.  Ignore this knowledge at your peril…

Now if you don’t already know, the PC muscle, officially known as the Pubococcygeus muscle, is found in the genital area.

The easiest way to identify it is as the muscle you can use to stop the urine flow while urinating.

You’ll find it roughly at the base of your penis just above the anus, but if you want to see a diagram then feel free to check out Wikipedia’s own detailed description of the PC Muscle.

Now the point of this post isn’t to give you some detailed explanation as to what the PC muscle is.

The point is to show you how to use it to last SIGNIFICANTLY longer in bed.

You see, just as you can use the PC muscle to stop your urine flow, you can also train it to stop ejaculation.

In fact, with the right training, not only can you prevent unwanted ejaculation, but you can also experience an ejaculation-free orgasm as well.

So if after a few minutes (or less) of sex you find yourself about to orgasm… Don’t worry.

All you need to do is use your PC muscle to stop your ejaculation and what will happen is you will maintain your erection so you can keep on having sex for anywhere between 1 to 15 minutes (depending on how well you used your PC muscle) before you’ll experience the need to orgasm again.

Sounds pretty good, right?

Well it’s a little difficult to fully explain in words, which is why I wanted show you this video explaining it in detail…

Oh, and if you want to learn the best methods for exercising your PC muscle (which, by the way, is essential if you’re going to make it strong enough to stop ejaculation) then click the following link to view my article on PC Muscle Exercises.