We all want our penises to perform as they did when we were 20, and the only way to achieve that is to keep it in shape. Strengthening the pelvic floor muscles can improve sexual function, in the same way that fitness training can enhance athletic performance and endurance. It can also decrease recovery time (amount of time it takes to achieve another erection).
Additionally, it will help to maintain the correct functioning of the bladder/bowel and will assist in keeping the prostate healthy.
Beginning in our early 30s, the pelvic floor muscles start to weaken. By the age of 40, more than 50% of men are already starting to experience some form of erectile dysfunction. There’s no need to simply accept it as the inevitability of growing older. In just 10 minutes a day, three days a week, you can safely and naturally boost your sexual performance.
It’s vital that we don’t neglect the muscles that matter; those responsible for sexual, bladder and bowel function.
The pelvic floor is responsible for causing a surge of blood flow to the penis during an erection. Contracted muscles also restrict the blood flow back out, thus enabling it to maintain rigidity for longer.
Strengthening the pelvic floor may also help to alleviate or improve the symptoms of a variety of different disorders; including, prostate inflammation; stress incontinence; bladder control issues and urinary incontinence; and impairments resulting from saddle sports, including bicycling, motorcycling, and horseback riding.1
What is the difference between the Private Gym's Basic Training and Complete Training exercise programmes?
The Basic Training programme features a series of specialised exercises, specifically designed for those that wish to build initial strength in their pelvic floor.
In addition to Basic Training, the Complete Training programme features revolutionary resistance training. With the Private Gym’s FDA registered exercise equipment included, it will really help you to maximise strength and further improve sexual performance.
When you have built up initial strength in your pelvic floor and are ready for the Resistance Training programme, you will need an erection in order to use the specialised equipment. Some men may choose to do their resistance training prior to masturbation.
The pelvic floor muscles play a critical role in supporting erectile function. In the most comprehensive study of its kind, 76% of men saw a significant improvement in their erectile function with pelvic muscle exercises.2
Use of the Private Gym is also supported by many leading urologists.
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1 2005 BLJ International, Sexual Medicine: Pelvic Floor Exercises for Erectile Dysfunction, p.597.
2 2005 BLJ International, Sexual Medicine: Pelvic Floor Exercises for Erectile Dysfunction, p.597.