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Improve Your Erection with Your Boxers

This is Penis Exercise #3

Improve Your erection

If you have been carrying out Penis Exercise 1 ...

The next step...

is to build the intensity and further strengthen the muscles that support your erection. This is similar to Penis Exercise 2.

A Quick Check!

Make sure you're using the correct contraction:

1. When Going to the Loo
When you are urinating, squeeze your pelvic floor muscles. You should be able to slow down or stop the stream momentarily.

2. Feel Your Anus Contract

Placing a fingertip on your anus - you should feel it close up really tight, and maybe slightly elevate. Then when you relax the contraction - you should also feel your anus relax.

3. Feeling The Contraction in Your Perineum
Place your fingertips on your perineum (area between scrotum and anus) as you do the penis exercise (the same movement as if to stop or slow down the stream of urine and stopping gas as you also pull up). You may feel the contraction anywhere from your anus to your scrotum, move your fingers around this whole area to detect a movement. Different positions accentuate the movement. You may be more liable to feel something when you are totally relaxed and your knees close to your chest. Try different positions: standing, sitting, lying, squatting or when doing the abs exercises such as reverse curl. Also try sticking your bum out, pulling it in - experiment and see what works for you!

If you can't do any of the above... Then the following exercise will not work for you yet. Keep practising with the Penis Exercise 1 and very soon the contraction will become stronger so that you can feel it.  

All You Need Is Your Underwear or a Sock

Exercise To Improve Your Erection

Relax the rest of your body and just contract the pelvic floor – make sure your thighs and buttocks are relaxed. Don't hold your breath – just breathe normally. If you feel an ache then stop. Ensure you do not put too much pressure on your perineum - the aim is to just get feedback by feeling the muscle contraction. 

  1. Adopt a sitting position
  2. Roll up your boxer shorts, underpants or a sock into a ball - we'll call it the Underball
  3. Place Underball under your perineum (the area between anus and scrotum)
  4. Sit up straight and you should feel your hips tip forward, which will push your perineum into your Underball even more.
  5. Squeeze your pelvic floor muscles. You should feel this muscle contract against the Underball. If you don't - just position it differently, try closer to your anus. Also try: tipping your hips forward more whilst further straightening your back, or reducing the pressure by relaxing your hips and back. Or also try rolling into a softer ball or a different shape ball.
  6. Position the Underball so that as you squeeze hard, you can feel the movement as much as possible. If you can't feel it straight away just check you are using the correct muscle. If you are: keep practising and you should soon feel something.
  7. Do not put too much pressure on your perineum with the Underball - the aim is to just get feedback, by feeling the muscle contraction.
  8. Relax your entire body and squeeze your pelvic floor muscles as hard as you can so that you feel the muscle pulsing.
  9. Relax momentarily and then squeeze even harder - hold for a few seconds and release. 
  10. Repeat this 5-10 times or whatever feels right for you. Imagining your upper body rocking backwards as you squeeze really hard, and then dropping forward on the relaxation phase, will help focus the intensity.

Then relax for a period of time and when ready:

  1. Repeat exactly as above but don't hold the contraction - instead just squeeze as hard as you can and immediately release.
  2. Do this very quickly so that you are almost pulsing your pelvic floor muscle.
  3. Continue for as long as you can. Initially aim for 10 seconds and gradually increase up to 1 minute over the coming months/years.

Further Info Regarding Improving Your Erection with Pelvic Floor Exercise Here

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Some things can be difficult to learn from an online guide - you just need to be shown some different techniques, to gain more control.

Plus what works for one may not for another. A specialist personal training session with me can help you find out what will work for you, and show you how to easily master some effective techniques to strengthen your erection.

If you live in the UK just one session can show you how to make your erection harder - so no matter where you live you can get the benefits of this specialist personal training! 

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