Mainstream media might be telling you to train your biceps and abs to attract more mates and feel healthy. But it’s actually the tiny muscles around your butthole that need a workout if you want to improve your sex life and prevent all kinds of men’s health issues.
We’re not kidding.
Your pelvic floor muscles (also called your PC muscles) are some of the most neglected muscles in your body. But performing tiny contractions called Kegel exercises can strengthen them in a matter of weeks, and in turn
“There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t teach Kegels to at least five guys for various conditions,” says Brian L. Steixner, M.D., director of the Institute for Men’s Health atJersey Urology Group.
From sexual health to bladder control, we couldn’t believe the benefits of kegel exercises when we dug into the research. Here are the highlights: