Kegel exercises for men

Why Kegels for Men?

The pelvic muscles are the third most important muscle group in the body, preceded only by the heart and diaphragm.  As with many unseen parts of the body, the pelvic floor muscle (PC muscle) plays a vital role in our health and well being.  When the PC muscle is weakened, physical, personal and social discomfort may result.

Many men experience the following conditions as a result of a weakened PC Muscles:

  • Incontinence
  • Overactive Bladder
  • Weaker Erections
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Male Menopause
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Lower Back Pain

If you suffer from any of the above you should know that when the PC muscle is strengthened by doing Kegel exercises, many of these negative effects should disappear.

KEGELS for men are a better alternative than Drugs or Surgery

UPTD- KEGEL Exerciser For Men, is a  medical device that greatly enhances and accelerates the effectiveness of KEGEL exercises thereby helping you to regain urinary control safely and without the costs, risks, and side effects of drugs or surgery.

Doctors and health care professionals recommend the UPTD because they recognize the advantages of strengthening the PC muscles through progressive weight training.

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How do the KEGEL exercise with UPTD are differ for men vs. traditional KEGELS ?

UPTD provide progressive resistance training to pelvic floor muscles.The device is inserted slightly into the rectum and a series of contractions are performed, the tapered sides cause the product to be pulled upward. While this is occuring, several important actions are taking place:

1.The weight is being lifted.

2. The muscles are constricting on the diminishing diameter of the tapered sides.

3. The entire floor from front to back is lifting weight and receiving a workout.

4. The nerves of the floor are being stimulated.

As you perform a contraction, you will feel the device moves up and inward. As the device moves, you have confirmation that you are doing the exercises correctly and are gaining strength.

How to Use the UPTD

1. You must first locate the PC muscles. Do this by tightening the muscles around the rectum and urethra just as if you were trying to stop urinating. To be sure you are targeting the correct muscles, you might practice stopping and staring the flow of urine. Stop your urine flow and try to hold it for a few seconds. Start and stop several times.

2. Wash your UPTD with warm water. The stainless steel heats up quickly so do not use hot water.

3. Apply a personal lubricant to moisten the surface of the UPTD. This not only provides greater comfort, but also is necessary to make the exercise more effective.

4. Insert the UPTD  slowly into the anus. Insertion should reach the centerline but not beyond. Done correctly this should cause no discomfort. You will feel the product reach the centerline and should remain in that position with little or no effort on your part.

5. Once properly positioned, perform a contraction by squeezing on the tapered sides. The UPTD should move upward as it is lifted by your PC muscles, and possibly inward as it moves deeper into the anal canal. With each contraction you should feel like you are pulling the UPDT upward into your rectum. This movement should be as little as ½” and up to 2”. Each exercise set consists of one 5 second contraction followed by five rapid contractions, then rest for 30 seconds. Repeat this routine for 5 to 10 minutes or until fatigued.

6. Perform this exercise routine 3-4 days in a week until receiving desired results. Be sure to rest muscles on days off.

Enjoy your newfound inner strength and the new freedom you will have!