GQ and Men’s Health are just a few of the magazines that call Kegel exercises “life changing” for men. That’s right: The classic pelvic floor contraction exercise is not (nor was it ever) just for women. Men can enjoy a wide range of benefits if they practice their Kegels!
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10. How Your Pelvic Floor Muscles Work
Both men and women have a set of pelvic floor muscles. This muscle group supports your bladder and bowels, and they’re also involved in sexual functions. Once you are able to understand the technique and isolate the correct muscles, it’ll be easy to practice your Kegel exercises at any time.