The Better-Sex Workout
Kegels: Not Just for Women
Kegel exercises— the super-intimate exercise that many women do to tone their vaginal muscles and help control incontinence — may benefit guys, too. Research suggests that this pelvic-floor-muscle-strengthening workout may help men with erectile dysfunction.
To do your Kegels, squeeze the pelvic floor muscles in the same way you would if you were trying to hold your urine. Don't tighten your stomach and buttocks muscles. To deal with an erection problem, try contracting the pelvic floor muscles and holding for a few seconds, 10 to 15 times in a row, a few times a day.
An added bonus? You can do Kegels anytime, anywhere — and no one will ever know.
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