Kegel Exercises

Female Orgasm Kegel exercises strengthen and tone your pubococcygeus (PC) muscle, which forms the floor of the pelvis. This muscle plays a vital role during sex as well as during orgasm.

Kegel exercises can improve your orgasm intensity, help women have multiple orgasms and help men delay orgasms. Kegel exercises also increase blood flow to the genitals, which support improved sexual health. Additionally, kegel exercises have proven as effective as Viagra in helping men with erectile dysfunction.

Kegel exercises are easy and discreet.

Now that you're convinced, let's get started.

Kegel exercises: locating your PC muscle

The next time you have to urinate, simply sit on the toilet (guys, it's easier to get started this way). Now, interrupt the flow of your urine in mid-stream. The muscle that controls that stopping is your PC muscle.

At first, you may find yourself squeezing or clenching the muscles in your abdomen or around your anus when you flex your PC muscle. Try to isolate just your PC muscle for kegel exercises.

Kegel exercise routine

Once you've isolated your PC muscle, try holding it clenched for three seconds at a time. Then let it relax. Count the number of times you can do this before the muscle feels tired.

Now, set yourself an exercise routine just like you would at the gym. A good starting place is two sets of eight reps each twice a day. It's also a good idea to practice different types of muscular clenching: a series of flutters, for instance, as well as one long tight clench.

Once you've worked up to three sets of thirty or more strong squeezes, you're pretty much at your peak. Now you only need to worry about maintaining that level of performance. Do three sets three or four times a week as maintenance.

When you're skilled at kegel exercises, you can do them anytime and anywhere – no one will know. At a red light, or during a dull meeting at the office or standing in line at the post office. Life's down time can become an opportunity for you to improve your sexual health.

Kegel exercises are free, discreet and easy. Most of all they improve your sex life and your sexual health. So start kegeling today!