Ah, reverse kegels. The red headed stepchild of the vastly praised kegel exercises. A lot of men think that the secret of how to have stronger erections and last longer erections is held by just doing kegels – but the fact of the matter is that most men do kegels completely wrong. They try to last longer in bed by holding in their orgasm, using the kegel muscle they develop to effectively hold the cum in. This can lead to retrograde ejaculation. So don’t do it.
How to Reverse Kegel
As you’ve already seen in the kegel guide, locating your PC muscle is not exactly hard. You’re going to want to wait until you have to urinate, and then focus on forcing the urine to come out stronger (gently, you don’t want to pull anything). If you’re doing this correctly, in addition to the streaming coming out harder you should notice a slight downward pressure on your lower abdomen as it begins to stick out more. You’ll also feel a sort of pressure from your rectum.
This is a reverse kegel.
To do a quick reverse kegel routine, practice letting this pressure go so the urine comes out at a normal pace, then once again apply the pressure to make it come out faster. Repeat until you have adequately located the PC muscle and can push it out without needing to be peeing during the process.
Reverse Kegel Exercises
Don’t really exist.
It’s honestly as simple as doing what I said above repeatedly. You do, however, want to always couple your reverse kegels with the equal and opposite reaction that is a regular kegel. For example, if you hold a reverse kegel for 20 seconds, you want to let go and completely relax your PC muscle for 5 seconds, then follow it up with a kegel for 20 seconds. Since kegels are generally harder to do than reverse kegels, usually you do a kegel first and then match your time on it with a reverse kegel.
The Benefit of Reverse Kegels
Everyone is pretty aware at this point that doing kegels is like a miracle cure, it makes it easier for you to please women in bed, you can stop yourself from orgasm, and it’s even effective as a natural erectile dysfunction cure too. But when you only do kegels, the pull, without their opposite reaction, the reverse kegel (or push), you’re essentially doing half of an exercise. It’s like skipping leg day, which we all know is a sin.
If you do both kegels and reverse kegels, you’ll have two viable options for stopping an orgasm. Kegels are the mainstream and not-so-correct way, as you’re essentially doing the exact same thing that would occur if you pinched your penis to stop it from orgasm. If you reverse kegel when you’re trying to control your erection, because this movement is innately the opposite of cumming (which involves your penis flexing over and over like a kegel by the way!) you’ll stop the orgasm by simply preventing the muscle flexing necessary for an orgasm to occur.