Jun 3, 2003

Kegel is the name of a pelvic floor exercise, named after Dr. Kegel who discovered the kegel exercise. These muscles are attached to the pelvic bone and act like a hammock, holding in your pelvic organs. To try to isolate these muscles trying stopping and starting the flow of urine. This is a kegel.

How do I do the kegel exercise?

Once you have located the muscles simply tighten and relax the mascle over and over. These are basic kegels. There are many variations on kegels: elevator kegels (Where you tighten slowly, in increments going in and out, like an elevator stopping on several floors.), you can hold the muscle tightened for five seconds, you can bulge the muscles out at the end, and many other variations of kegels.

Why would I want to do kegel exercises?

Kegeling provides many benefits:

  • Stronger Erections from kegels
    Kegels give Longer Erections due to blood hold capacity
    Larger head size are a result of kegels
    Kegels help increase enjaculatorty Distance
    Kegels enhanced Sexual enjoyment for both partners
    Kegels can prevent prolapses of pelvic organs
    Kegels can help prevent leaking urine when you sneeze or cough
    Kegels help reduce premature ejaculation

Kegels can be done throughout the day. No one knows when you are doing a kegel as it is an intenal muscle movement so a kegel routine can be done at school, work or just about anywhere.

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