Executing a few Kegel exercises is easy and has many benefits, including better sex and improved health. They focus on strengthening the pelvic muscles that control the flow of urine and contract during orgasm. A Kegel exercise is simply a rhythmic contraction and release of the pelvic muscles, and is so discreet it can be done anytime and anywhere.
Flexing the Right Muscles
During a trip to the bathroom stop the flow of urine without contracting the buttocks, thighs, or abs, then release. This is the action needed to perform a Kegel exercise. Use some kegel balls and try to keep them in.
Working Out the Pelvic Muscles
Kegel exercises are so easy to do, and so discreet, that they can be done any time, and almost anywhere. Try doing a set during each commercial break of a TV show, or while riding the elevator. Simply tighten the pelvic muscles and hold for ten seconds. Repeat this up to twenty times per day. For a more rigorous routine try adding some Ben Wa or Kegel balls. They sit inside the vagina, and their weighted design causes them to move and the pelvic muscles to instinctively clench down.
Though it can take as long as 12 weeks to show results, Kegel exercises are extremely effective. They are easy to do and have many benefits. They will help with urinary incontinence problems after childbirth or due to aging, and can help prevent a prolapsed uterus. Strengthening the pelvic muscles can also lead to better sex, leading to more intense orgasms, and a tighter grip on him during sex. Benefits that both partners can enjoy.