Yes, there are things you can do to make your erection harder and better. Specifically, by performing kegel exercises, you will improve the quality of your erection and can make it much harder. Kegel exercises make your erection harder by improving the circulation to the penis, enhancing blood flow that's vital for harder erections.
Exercise in general helps to give you harder erections. Aerobic exercise is preferred, as it enhances circulation.
Kegel exercises strengthen the PC muscle found on the floor of your pelvis. Believe it or not, daily exercise of the PC muscle helps to make harder erections that last longer. And you won't need a shower after your kegel workout.
Here's how to get started:
The next time you're urinating, squeeze the muscle that stops the flow of urine. That's your PC muscle. Contracting and then releasing this muscle serve as one rep of the kegel exercise.
Here is the exercise regimen recommended by AskMen.com:
Quickly clench and release your PC muscle for a 10-second period -- take a 10-second break. Perform three sets, then take a 30-second break.
Clench and unclench for 5 seconds with 5-second breaks in between -- 10 times in a row.
Tighten your PC muscle for 30 seconds and release for 30 seconds -- 3 times in a row.
Repeat the first step and you're done for the day.
Tighten your muscle and hold for a count of 5, and release. Repeat 10 times.
Squeeze and release the muscle 10 times quickly. Repeat 3 times.
Tighten and release your PC muscle in long and short intervals for counts of 10. Repeat 3 times.
Squeeze your muscle and hold it for as long as you can. Try to work your way up to 120 seconds (relax, that's only two minutes).
Fully squeeze and release your muscle over and over again. Begin with one set of 30, and then slowly work your way up to over 100.
Squeeze as tightly as you possibly can (make sure it's only your PC muscle that you're clenching). Hold it for 20 seconds, then rest for 30 seconds. Repeat 5 times.
Simply begin squeezing and releasing your muscle for 2 minutes a day and gradually work your way up to doing it for 20 minutes at least 3 times a day. You should eventually be able to perform at least 200 repetitions per session.
The best thing about these exercises is that they can be performed anywhere - in the office, in the car, while you're on the phone with your stock broker. So get started today and you'll see the benefits of harder erections and longer-lasting sex.
Aerobic exercise strengthens the body's circulatory system, which then can supply increased blood and oxygen to the entire body. This results in increased overall health and well-being.
Aerobic exercise has the added benefit of harder erections for men. Anaerobic exercise (weight-lifting and strength training) also enhance circulation, but the main thrust of this type of exercise is increasing the size of the muscles. So remember - exercise isn't just good for you, it's good for your erection, too.
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