Chris Bundas –
Yes, men like women have a pelvic floor, supported by the Pubococcygeus muscles, and training them will provide similar results, including improved bladder control and enhanced sexual pleasure.
The male pelvic floor tends to lose strength gradually, starting as men approach their 30s, according to new research.
Private Gym, LLC, announced Tuesday the release of its new fitness program, which includes a four-week interactive DVD exercise program, a resource guide, and the first FDA approved male Kegel training device.
It’s a silicone weighted penis ring that works with a weighted magnet attached to the underside of the ring.
It`s said to be designed for maximum comfort.
There is also a KegelPad, upon which men are to sit in a manner that makes contact between the perineum and the pad, with their scrotum hanging over the edge.
Kegels are performed by sliding on the pad, and the company describes them as “push-ups for the penis.”
A device best described as a barbell for the penis is the Kegelmale Trainer, which is draped over the penis during an erection, and the user is to manipulate his organ in a repetitive lifting motion as he would his biceps.