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Why Guys Should Do Kegels (Including Better Sex for Both of You)
it isn’t just women who can benefit from doing kegels; men can gain advantages as well. “Both men and women have these muscles,” says MD, an assistant professor of urology at Michigan Medicine. “A kegel exercise is the name given to any exercise strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. For guys, those are the muscles supporting organs like the penis, prostate, and rectum.”
Curious as to how they can help your partner—especially the way they can have an impact on your sex life? Here’s what you need to know.
Kegels can help him stay harder during sex
Kegel exercises strengthen the shelf of muscle supporting the penis. Stronger muscles in this area can mean improved blood flow when your partner gets an erection—similar to the way working out any muscle gives circulation to nearby organs a boost. The result: stronger erections. While it’s normal for a guy to occasionally experience erection issues, if he has regular trouble getting and staying hard, it can have an impact on your sex life, says Dr.
They can prevent premature ejaculation
These small-but-powerful moves can also give men more control over ejaculation, helping the pelvic floor muscles lengthen and contract appropriately. That helps him last longer in the bedroom. Dr. points to a small 2014 study, which showed that pelvic floor strengthening helped 82% of study participants improve their premature ejaculation issues.