Fitness Workout for Men

HOW To Do PC Muscle Exercises Or Kegel Exercises For Men & Women

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Your PC Muscle is a muscle that helps to support your reproductive organs, as well as your bowel and bladder. As we age, this muscle, also known as the pubococcygeus, can weaken. When I refer to this muscle, I’m essentially referring to the pelvic floor.

When we age, the PC muscle can sag, which can lead to issues such as incontinence. By strengthening the pubococcygeus and doing pelvic floor exercises we can prevent these issues from happening. On top of this, sexual activity can also be enhanced.

These pelvic floor exercises that people can do are known as kegels. These kegel exercises for men and women are simple to do. To do it, first identify your pelvic floor. You can contract these muscles by stopping your urine midstream next time you go.

Now that you’ve identified it, you can do these exercises at anytime. Kegel exercises for men and women can be performed by doing a clenching and releasing. So clench and hold those muscles for 4 seconds, then release, and repeat. Do 10 repetitions and 3 sets. Try doing this several times throughout the week. Eventually, try working your way up to 10 second holds. Doing this will effectively workout your PC muscle and provide you with valuable benefits.
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  1. Hi Jeff, tell me this: would this exercise help to, errrr, propel my spore solution with a greater velocity?
    Also, I've recently started getting these spasms in my rectal passage and I have no idea why, but a quick Google does seem to suggest the symptom is actually pelvic muscle spasms. Do you know much about the reverse-kegel? P.s. your shoulder and neck stretching videos have really helped an issue I've been carrying for a number of years due to sleeping on one side all the time… the issue travelled up my shoulder into my neck and affected my eye on that right side so you really helped someone out there and I'm grateful to you. Keep doing what you are doing you are an awesome person.

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