Kegel exercises are a modern take on an ancient idea. For those of you who are not aware, exercising the pubococcygeus muscle was first developed by the Taoist movement in China quite some time ago. Their exercises were meant to strengthen various muscles in order to promote health, longevity, spiritual development and also better sex. Doctor Arnold Kegel has simply made this kind of exercises popular in another age and brought them to the attention of more people than ever before.
The name ‘Kegel’ is another way of referring to exercises whose aim is to restore and increase the tone of the pubococcygeus muscle by regular clenching and unclenching. A strong PC muscle helps men maintain control of erections and ejaculations, increases the flow of blood to the penis, keeps the prostate in check in old age and prevents incontinence. Women can also use Kegels to bring their vagina back into shape after the stretching caused by childbirth. As you can see, Kegels are great for both men and women and are best taken up early on in order to prepare the pelvic floor for old age.
The role of the pubococcygeus muscle in the sexual health of men and women has been thoroughly documented over the years. The San Francisco Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality published a study on Kegel Exercises in 1983 which focused on the sexual benefits women can get from exercising their PC muscles, while Jack Morin authored a study called Anal Pleasure and Health in 1981. The bottom line of these studies was the simple fact that well toned pelvic muscles, including the PC muscle, improve sexual control and play a key part in achieving orgasm.
The PC muscle can be identified by stopping urination mid-flow. Anybody who has ever tried to keep from urinating knows instinctively what muscles to tense in order to close the urethra and prevent the emptying of your bladder. Men can usually identify the PC muscle by tensing the muscles in their pelvic floor until they find the one that makes their penis jump. This is best done with an erect penis, because the movement of the penis is easier to observe. Basically, the muscle is located between the scrotum and the anus.
As stated above, the main benefit men get out of exercising their pubococcygeus muscle is the vastly increased control over ejaculation and the improved erection. PC flexes, just like any other exercises, draw more blood to the area because the muscles need oxygen to repair their cells after exercises. The increase in blood supply helps the penis reach full erection faster and also to last in this phase longer than usual. Moreover, since a well toned PC muscle can stop the flow of urine, it can also stop the flow of semen. Therefore, exercises help men gain control over the ejaculation and ejaculate whenever they want, which is a boon to any man and especially to those who suffer from premature ejaculation.
Naturally, the PenisHealth program features PC flexes because these exercises are crucial to the overall health of the penis. A strong pubococcygeus muscle helps promote blood flow to the pubic area, thus increasing the chances that penis enlargement occurs. Not to mention that performing ejaculation control exercises along with the penis enlargement routines is the best way of achieving two goals at once: longer and thicker penis and erections and ejaculations on demand. What more could you ask for?