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"The fact is, a healthier pubococcygeus muscle will greatly heighten the sexual experience and orgasm in both sexes..."
The pubococcygeus muscle, or "PC" muscle, is found in both sexes, and runs from the pubic bone to the tail bone.
You feel this muscle every time you "squeeze" to stop the flow of urine.
A well-tuned PC muscle is medically documented to help control Urinary Incontinence (UI) and will greatly intensify your sexual activity.
A healthy PC muscle contributes to a healthier prostate in men, perhaps even acting as a preventative exercise to potential prostate issues (BPH) later in life.
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Pelvic Muscles 101
For a variety of reasons - surgery, health issues, or simply age - the PC muscles can lose their elasticity over time, resulting in loss of bladder control, reduced ejaculation volume, or erectile dysfunction.
The KegelPad is a resistance-based accessory for men, specifically designed to improve the effectiveness of regular Kegel exercises which, in turn, will improve bladder control, premature ejaculation issues, and strengthen the muscular support of an erection. A healthier PC muscle also contributes to a healthier prostate in men, perhaps even acting as a preventative exercise to potential Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) issues later in life.
Many men don't understand the function of the pelvic floor muscles, let alone where they're located, so...
In a nutshell: the "pubococcygeus" muscle - or PC muscle - is a series of sling-like muscles that extend from the pubic bone to the tail bone. Both men and women have these muscles. It's responsible for several functions, including supporting the pelvic floor organs, holding back your urine stream and - specifically for men - for supporting an erect penis. The PC muscles are located under the pelvic floor in an area called the "perineum" - the small patch of skin between the anus and the scrotum. (see illustration at left.)
Remember, the penis is not a muscle but, rather, a series of tissued chambers that fill with blood when aroused. The primary muscular support network behind an erection, bladder control, and ejaculation force is the PC muscle. (Sexually speaking, it's literally the "muscle" behind your "hustle".)
Kegel exercises have been scientifically proven to be medically and sexually beneficial for both men and women. Why? Because regular Kegel exercises result in firmer vaginal muscles for women - which provide a better ‘grip' or clamping-effect during intercourse. And for men, a stronger PC muscle will lift the angle of an erection and create a larger "swell" when you clench your erection. European men have known about Kegel exercising for some time; the concept is now spreading to American men as well.
When properly performed, Kegel exercises have been shown to be 50-80% effective in improving urinary continence. Many hospital websites report that surgery can often be avoided as a result of Kegel exercising. You can leave the KegelPad website here (please come back!) to read an informative summary from the University of Maryland Medical Cente >>
In addition to strengthening the overall pelvic floor, Kegel exercises are generally prescribed for:
Want to feel the PC Muscle in action?
Okay. While sitting, place your three middle fingers on your "perineum". (My what?!) That's the patch of skin that's located between the scrotum and anus. Find your perineum (C'mon, just do it, no one is looking!) and gently press your fingers up. Now, while still pressing up with your fingers, squeeze or 'clench' yourself in the same way you would to stop urinating. That muscle you feel pushing back is your PC muscle.
Congratulations, you've met! And this is why you should take care of each other:
A healthier PC muscle is medically documented to improve bladder control (UI) in both sexes and contributes to a healthier prostate condition in men, perhaps even acting as a preventative exercise to potential prostate issue later in life. Be good to yourself - a healthier lifestyle, low-fat diet and regular exercise is a simple recipe - keeping your pelvic muscle strong and responsive with Kegel exercises is where the KegelPad comes in. You might say that KegelPad exercises are push-ups for your penis!
Considering the overall importance and contribution of the PC muscle for pelvic floor health and sexual enhancement, it just makes sense to spend a relatively small amount of time working a muscle that will give you such a pleasurable and healthy return.
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