When it comes to solving PE, the world famous Kegels exercises are the way to go for many men out there. For those that don’t know, those exercises essentially make the pubococcygeus muscle, which controls ejaculation, tighter.
This makes controlling your ejaculation a lot easier. There is something that a lot of men don’t know when it comes to this muscle though: making it TOO tight can actually cause premature ejaculation!
Some men have reported that their early ejaculations have gotten worse instead of better when they started doing Kegels. One of the physical causes of premature ejaculation is actually having a very tight pelvic floor and VERY strong pubococcygeus muscle.
In that case, Kegels will actually do more harm than good. But even if your PE issues are caused by your PC muscle being too weak, too much Kegels can make it very strong and tight and worsen those issues.
The key here is striking a balance. If you see that Kegels is making your problem worse, then you need to resort to what is known as reverse Kegels exercises.
What are reverse Kegels exercises?
Well, Kegels exercises will make your pelvic floor and Pc muscle stronger and tighter. Reverse Kegels will actually loosen up those muscles. Kegels exercises cause the muscles to contract and tighten, reverse Kegels cause them to expand and stretch.
Why would I wanna do that?
Like I said earlier, if your PC muscle and pelvic floor muscle are too strong and tight, then your ejaculation will occur A LOT earlier. Reverse Kegels is all about striking a balance. It’s all about making those muscles EXACTLY as strong as they need to be. No more and no less. Furthermore, if your PC muscle is tight and strong to begin with, then reverse Kegels is pretty much the only solution to your problem. In any case, it is recommended that people doing the Kegels workout should also introduce some reverse Kegels exercises, just to keep things from going overboard.
So, what should the ratio of reverse to normal Kegels be?
Well, it depends. If your pelvic floor is weak, then you should introduce a minute or two of reverse Kegels in your 10 or 15 minute Kegels workout. If your pelvic muscles are already strong however, you will know this because you will ejaculate sooner after a few regular Kegels exercises, then you should do the opposite. Your workout should mainly consist of reverse Kegels with a few regular Kegels exercises thrown in there for balance. The reason for that is that you don’t want to stretch those muscle TOO much. Remember, it’s all about striking a balance. This means that you may have to make some adjustments to your workouts based on how your PE problem is progressing.
How do you do reverse Kegels though?
Well, there are a lot of reverse Kegels exercises out there and I can’t list them all here. What I can say however, is that they usually require you to do the exact opposite of regular Kegels exercises. For example, I am sure that you know that the most basic and effective Kegels exercise is simply pretending to stop the flow of your urine while peeing. Well, the most basic reverse Kegels exercise, is pretending to force the urine to flow as quickly as possible! That’s just the tip of the iceberg though, for more reverse exercises, try here.
As you can see, reverse Kegels should be a part of every Kegels workout, regardless of its purpose and final goal. It might sound counterintuitive at first, but I am sure that after reading this article, you now see the point.
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