A must workout, one you can do anywhere and any time.
If you don't, you will be missing out on the wonderful benefits.
Let's go back in time, in 1952, Dr. Arnold Kegel, accidentally found a method for increasing genital strength; exercising the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle. Many therapists (not that I know any personally) believe that pumping up the PC muscle can help enhance sexual pleasure by strengthening orgasm and increasing your awareness of sexual sensations--whether you are a man or woman.
If any muscle is not used it will lose strength and the muscle around the genitals is no different. Find it and flex it!
Women can find their PC muscles by sitting on the toilet and starting and stopping the flow of urine. Men can do the same but don't have to sit.
This exercise can be done any where, in the line at the grocery store, every where once you have identified the muscle, you can hold and squeeze up to 5 seconds and then continue.
Benefits for women
Helps Prevent Accidental Urine Leaking. The main reason Kegel exercises for women are so popular has to do with leaking urine, properly called stress incontinence.
Helps Control Urgency to Urinate.
Reduces the Chance of Uterine Prolapse.
Makes Natural Birth Easier.
Increases Feeling During Sex.
Benefits for Men
One of the primary benefits for men is to improve bladder control in urinary incontinence (UI). UI is a defect in which there is urine leakage.
Kegels can be used for pain management in men with prostate gland conditions.
Believe it or not, one of the amazing kegel benefits for men is improving sexual performance.