Don’t you wish you could last longer in bed?
Lack of control can take quite a toll on your self-confidence and on your relationship. But take solace in the fact that you’re not alone, in the least. Roughly twenty to forty percent of all men deal with premature ejaculation, and some surveys place it even higher.
The good news is that in nearly all cases it’s curable with natural techniques.
But you didn’t come here for statistics – you want some PE exercises that work.
Sick and tired of premature ejaculation?
So without further delay…
The number 1 exercise for curing premature ejaculation is known as the “Kegel” exercise. There were named after Dr. Arnold Kegel, and are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles (also known as “PC muscles”).
Step 1. Isolate the Right Muscle
Many men will try to do Kegel exercises and will actually be squeezing the wrong muscles. So here’s how you can tell that you’re actually activating the right muscles.
Use the muscle that you’d use to stop urinating. Next time you have to pee, stop the flow of urine using this muscle, and do it a few times so that you isolate the correct muscle.
If you’re still not sure, you can insert a finger in your anus, and if you feel pressure around your finger while you’re squeezing, then you’ve got the right muscle. (You might want to do this in the shower, or it could get a little messy…)
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The great thing about Kegel exercises is that you can do them at any time, any place. They’re totally inconspicuous.
Step 2. Do the Kegel Exercise
How hard should you squeeze the muscle?
Squeeze your PC muscles for three to five seconds, and then relax for five seconds. Work yourself up so that you can do “sets” of repetitions, just as if you were doing a workout in a gym.
Step 3. Practice Makes Perfect
How often should you do these exercises?
Start with reps of 5, and then work your way up to reps of 10. Steadily build up your baseline. Do at least 3 or 4 sets (of at least 5 reps) per day.
If you keep practicing, you’ll see noticeable improvement in your ability to last longer.
Important tip: In addition to doing Kegels at work or in the car, you should also do these exercises while masturbating and while having sex with your partner.
Step 4. Incorporate Other Techniques
Most experts agree that a combination of techniques and remedies will provide the best results. So, after you’ve mastered the Kegel exercises, I recommend you begin layering in more exercises and techniques.
There are a number of other techniques that can help you last longer, including the “Squeeze” technique and the “Stop-and-Start” method. And changing positions can also improve your endurance. (Many men find it easier to last longer while the woman is on top, rather than in the “missionary” position). In addition, breathing techniques can serve the dual purpose of reducing stress, relieving performance anxiety, and helping control arousal so that you increase your stamina in bed.
Are you afraid she’ll leave you because you can’t last long enough in bed?