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Five Easy Penis Exercises that Keep a Man Ready to Perform
Every man alive wants to keep his package in good, active shape. Being able to obtain solid penis erections ensures that a guy will be ready when an action-packed evening of pleasure knocks at the door. But just like a person needs to train in order to do his absolute best in a marathon, a man needs to engage in regular penis exercises so that his instrument is ready to go the distance; that's simply good penis care.
Clearly, one of the best exercises around is the act of sex, whether alone or with another person; but to truly strengthen erections, a man needs to expand his workout beyond this undeniably pleasurable option.
Here are a few exercises that can benefit all men. Committing to some of these on a regular basis can enrich erectile function and positively impact sexual performance.
Kegel or PC exercises -- The pubococcygeus muscle (or the PC muscle, for short) is the muscle that, among other things, controls the flow of urine; it also plays a part in penis erections. If a guy is urinating and suddenly needs to stop, he automatically contracts or squeezes his PC muscle. The act of contracting the PC muscle is called a Kegel exercise (after the doctor who developed it).
Males can exercise the PC muscle by simply contracting and releasing it numerous times. That's easy at first but gets progressively harder after several repetitions. Start simple: try squeezing for two seconds, then releasing for two, and repeat this five times. Do at least three sets of five repetitions over the course of a day. As it gets easier, increase the length of time for each squeeze and release and the number of repetitions in each set.
Penis power lifting -- Many men like this exercise because it requires an erection and so gives them a legitimate excuse to fondle themselves. Once a man has achieved erection, he puts something soft and lightweight on the manhood, such as a dish towel or a washcloth. With the object in place, he performs a set of PC exercises; the slight extra weight of the towel or cloth will force the PC muscle to work harder.
Squats -- This exercise involves several parts of the body, so a person needs a certain level of strength and coordination before attempting this. Slowly go from a standing position to a squatting position, then use muscles to push the pelvis forward; hold it for a few seconds; and release. Repeat two more times.
Lifts -- This exercise can place strain on the back, so men with back issues should avoid this. Lie down flat on the floor or a mat. Move the feet in toward the torso and bend the knees; keep the feet about shoulder-width apart. With hands flat on the floor by the side of the torso, lift the pelvis up, hold for two seconds and release. Repeat two more times.
Edging practice -- This is another exercise that pleases many men. Set aside a good, solid chunk of time to masturbate. Using proper lubrication, indulge to the point of ejaculation, but stop before actually ejaculating. Repeat at least three times before allowing ejaculation.
After a set of exercises, especially those that involve a lot of penile touching, it's a good idea to utilize a penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) to soothe the skin. In addition, quality creams contain ingredients such as L-Arginine and vitamin C that help increase blood flow; appropriate penile blood flow is an important factor in healthy erections. As a bonus, products containing acetyl L carnitine can promote increased sensitivity, which can strengthen one's enjoyment of sexual activities.
For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.man1health.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.
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