A while back I made a very popular article about the #1 Exercise For Preventing Erectile Dysfunction & Improving Your Performance In The Bedroom – which was about doing Kegels.
Today I’m going to discuss the #2 best exercise for preventing erectile dysfunction and improving your performance in the bedroom and that’s the “reverse Kegel”.
WHAT Is Reverse Kegel?
While a regular kegel exercise works by contracting the PC (pubococcygeal) and perineal muscles – the reverse kegel does the opposite, it relaxes these muscles. It’s more of a stretching exercise.
Kegel’s contract and strengthen. Reverse Kegels relax and stretch.
Together, they help balance the pelvic floor muscles and thus, help improve your erection strength and stamina.
HOW To Do A Reverse Kegel?
Imagine trying to pee really hard or even trying to fart.
While a kegel you contract the muscles and thus, you try to STOP peeing and you try to hold in the fart.
Here, you do the opposite – push as if you’re peeing or trying to fart.
And, that’s it.
WHEN Should It Be Done?
Reverse Kegels can be done at any time, any place. You can do it sitting, standing, or laying.
However, I suggest you do them after you do your Kegel exercises.
How LONG? How Many Sets?
Each reverse Kegel should last about 2-3 seconds and you can do like 10 repetitions.
Start with doing 1 set of 10 reps and eventually work up to doing 2 or 3 sets of 10 reps.
Weekly volume matters, but training it more often is better.
Here are some important links.
One to the original Kegel article. Make sure you read that if you haven’t already.
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