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Kegal Exercises

Maybe it sounds too good to be true, but there's now a simple,
foolproof way for men to boost their partners' and their own
pleasure during lovemaking. And it doesn't rely on aphrodisiacs or
drugs. Instead, it involves doing a set of easy to learn
pelvic-muscle exercises called Kegels (after Arnold Kegel, M.D.,
the gynecologist who developed them over 40 years ago). Women have
been practicing these moves for years to intensify their orgasms
and increase their partners' stimulation. Now, sex therapists and
researchers have discovered that both partners can benefit sexually
when men do Kegels, too.
Kegel exercises both strengthen and tone the pubococcygeal (PC)
muscle-which runs from front to back in men's and women's
pelvises--as well as the surrounding pelvic muscles. The PC muscle
is what helps bring a man or woman to climax, and, along with other
pelvic muscles, it also controls urination.
In his recent book, "The New Male Sexuality (Bantam Books,
1992), psychologist Bernie Zilbergeld, Ph.D., claims that many of
his male patients who practiced pelvic- muscle contractions over
time reported increased sexual sensation and more intense orgasms.
That's not all. Over the past 20 years, William Hartman, Ph.D., and
Marilyn Fithian, Ph.D., co-directors of the Center for Marital and
Sexual Studies in Long Beach, California, have prescribed Kegel
exercises to more than 1,300 male patients who were troubled by
erection problems. Most of the men who did the exercises as
prescribed reported firmer erections than before.
What's more, nearly 200 of Dr. Hartman and Dr. Fithian's male
patients who practiced Kegels learned to delay ejaculation,
enabling them to prolong sex to their own and their partner's
satisfaction. And most surprising, 10 percent of these men were
eventually able to have multiple orgasms--that is, two or more
climaxes during a single act of intercourse before ejaculating.
(Orgasm and ejaculation don't always occur...


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