Introduction to the PC Muscle
** PC = Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle
In researching this manual, time and time again we came across resources mentioning the PC Muscle. Performing These exercises are most IMPORTANT for several reasons: they give you stronger erections, create intense (sometimes multiple) orgasms, help you control your ejaculations, help shorten the recovery time between orgasms, and even give you a healthy prostate.
You can feel this muscle at your perineum, just behind your testicles and in front of your anus.
In addition to controlling urination with other pelvic muscles, the PC muscle is what helps bring a man or woman to climax. For men, this is the muscle that involuntarily “pumps” when you ejaculate.
Strengthening and learning to control this muscle, you will find, is THE sex secret.
These involve doing a set of easy-to-learn pelvic-muscle exercises. This is a FOOLPROOF way for men to boost their partners’ and their own pleasure during lovemaking. Women have already been using their PC muscles for years to help them get sexually aroused easier, lubricate faster, and have more and better orgasms.
First you must Locate Your PC Muscle. It’s actually easier for men to locate this muscle and do these Exercises than it is for women. Simply stop your urine midstream when you urinate. This not only teaches you how to find the PC muscle, but gets you started on your exercises. Stop and restart your urination 5 times during every trip to the bathroom.
Using your ability to stop the flow of urine will help you control your ejaculations.
Ancient techniques refer to this process simply as “tightening the anus”.
You can flex the PC muscle quickly and repeatedly, or clench tight and hold for as long as you can. This latter exercise is tougher than it sounds, yet this is the exercise that the sex gurus say will help you prolong your erections and increase the force with which you ejaculate.
Once you’ve found your PC muscle, you can start doing the PC Exercises anytime, anywhere. You want to squeeze your PC on a daily basis. These are the PC Exercises:
Perform quick PC CLAMPS. Squeeze and release, over and over. Start with sets of twenty, then build to 100 or more. Do at least 250 PC clamps every day, for the rest of your life. Your goal is to be capable of creating 1,000 clamps a day.
Practice LONG SQUEEZES by holding the PC muscle clamped tightly for thirty seconds, or as long as you can.
Try doing STAIR STEPS: tighten and loosen in increments. Tighten for a couple of seconds, loosen for a couple of seconds. Do it over and over again.
PC FLUTTER: Tighten the PC muscle as slowly as you possibly can. Once you’ve finished the slow squeeze (to where you can’t squeeze anymore), let go. At some point it will “flutter,” and you’ll feel energy sparkling up your spine. Concentrate on deep, slow breathing while you do this. This is great for restoring energy when you’re running down!
When you urinate and you want to let those last squirts shoot out, you use your PC muscle in the other direction. By doing this you’ll feel your anus open and the sensation is different. This is called the PUSH OUT PC.
Most men can do Kegels anywhere, since they’re seldom aroused by the exercises. Continued over a lifetime, the exercises can help men (and women) head off urinary incontinence as they get older. That, plus greater arousal, enhanced orgasms and longer-lasting sex, make these some of the simplest, most beneficial exercises a man or woman can do.
Psychologists and sex experts have prescribed Kegel exercises to thousands of male patients, many of whom were troubled by erection problems.
Most who did the exercises reported firmer erections than ever before. Others reported increased sexual sensation, more intense orgasms, and the ability to delay ejaculation.
And most surprisingly, some of the men were eventually able to have multiple orgasms! That is, two or more climaxes during a single act of intercourse BEFORE ejaculating!