I've been doing kegel exercises for the past 4 days and I'm not sure if I'm doing them the right way and stimulating the pc muscle. When I'm peeing I'm able to effectively hold the flow for 12 seconds which helps me "feel" the muscle. Can you suggest any other indicator that will tell me that I'm doing them correctly? As I progress with these exercises what should I look forward to that will show the improvement is taking place?
It's very important to keep in mind that it does take some time before you see results. The key is to remain patient and stay dedicated to your training.
When it comes to kegel exercises, there are really two distinct indicators that will let you know they are working. The most obvious and direct indicator is that you'll be able to bob the erect penis up and down with more control and frequency. This is the natural progression as the pubococcygeus muscle increases in strength.
The second indicator, and actually the result we're after, is that you'll be able to extend the duration of erection during intercourse. This is after all the main reason that we practice this exercise - to increase our physical ability and heighten sexual performance.
If you practice kegels consistently for a good amount of time you will see results. It may take a month or more before you see significant improvement but if you keep doing them you will definitely see and feel progress.
Posted by PRS
Friday, October 23rd, 2015