We work out every muscle group in our body except those we care about the most, the muscles that control our penis, bladder, prostate, and our overall sexual health. You may not even know you have these muscles. Pelvic floor exercises is way to strengthen your pelvic muscles.
Your penis, bladder, and prostate are supported and controlled by a complex system of muscles known as the pelvic muscles. You can find them by stopping yourself from urinating, the muscles you squeeze are your pelvic muscles
Your penis is composed of smooth muscle, when it relaxes, blood flows in naturally, the pelvic muscles engage without you even knowing it. Upon penetration a signal is sent from the head of the penis to the pelvic muscles telling them to contract. Unfortunately these muscles are weak to begin with and get weaker with age, resulting in soft erections premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. properly strengthening these muscles however is how you go from a soft erection to a rock hard one. Whether you’re working out your biceps, triceps, or leg muscles, the most effective routines carefully combines exercises that isolate and target the muscles.
Please refer to the exercise program used in the “Randomised controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle exercises and manometric biofeedback for erectile dysfunction” study published in the British Journal of General Practice.