Imagine I told you to get hard right now.
Right now! Hard yet? It’s been two seconds, but I’m assuming you aren’t.
Think back to the last time you were with a woman. How hard were you able to get?
Did you have a rock-hard power cock? Or a more indifferent, medium-hard morning-wood kind of erection? Or was it on the soft side, like a whiskey dick situation or a tube of old toothpaste? Don’t worry! If you’re one of the millions of men who wish they had more powerful erections, then keep reading because I have 3 easy exercises to turn your average erection into a powerful rocket.
I’m going to explain the science behind erections and give you 3 easy exercises to take that erection from half-mast to full mast and beyond.
A quick note: These exercises are for men who can get hard but just want to get harder. If you aren’t able to get hard at all or infrequently achieve an erection, that’s a different issue. But I got your back! Check out my video on Erectile Dysfunction for help on that front.
How does an erection work?
Let’s start by discussing how erections work. Your erection is created by blood filling your corpora cavernosa, the sponge-like tissue in your penis. And just like a kitchen sponge, the more liquid it holds, the heavier and stiffer it is. So anything we can do to increase blood flow to your pelvic region is going to help create and maintain strong, powerful erections.
Cardiovascular health is intricately tied to erection quality so just in general, the stronger your cardiovascular system, the more likely you are to have those porn star quality erections you want.
3 Exercises to increase blood flow to your pelvic region
Contrary to popular belief, your penis doesn’t have any muscles in it, so you can’t strengthen it through cock curls or penis pulldowns or dick dips. But! You can strengthen the muscles around your penis and, as I said, increase blood flow to the region. Here’s how:
Exercise #1: Pelvic Floor Breathing
Now, your pelvic floor doesn’t give you erections, but it holds your erections up. It’s like the hand of the Statue of Liberty holding the torch. Or Dumbledore’s wrist holding his wand.
Also, surprise! Your pelvic floor is connected to your breathing, as it ultimately holds your lungs and diaphragm as you breathe. If you’re only engaging in shallow breathing throughout the day, and you aren’t taking time to breathe through your diaphragm, your pelvic muscles will remain tight and constricted. But, if you take 5–10 minutes a day to breathe with your diaphragm and practice using your pelvic floor to hold and regulate your breaths, you will greatly increase blood flow to your pelvic floor, relax your pelvic floor muscles and create an erection-positive environment down there.
How To Do Pelvic Floor Breathing Exercises
Lay on your back or get in a comfortable sitting position. Relax your arms at your side and inhale through your nose. Try to fill the bottom of your lungs. You’re not trying to puff out your chest when you fill your lungs, that’s still just the upper part of your lungs. Instead, try to fill space downward in your abdominal cavity toward your pelvis. That’s when you engage your diaphragm and pelvic floor.
When you exhale, exhale normally through your mouth and make an ‘S’ sound as the air escapes. This helps you concentrate on how your body exhales and helps engage the diaphragm. After 5 to 10 minutes, you should feel more relaxed and your pelvic floor should be less constricted and blood flow should be increased so Lady Liberty can light that torch, so to speak.
Exercise #2: Hip Abduction and Hip Adduction
Dudes, I know what you’re thinking. Aren’t those the weird sideways leg machines at the gym that old ladies use? Yes, and I guarantee you those old ladies can FUCK.
Hip Abduction is when you are seated with your legs together and you open your legs by pushing weight outward. Hip Adductor is the opposite, where you start with your legs spread and you squeeze them together with weighted resistance.
Both of these exercises help increase hip flexor strength and flexibility while also increasing blood flow to your pelvic region. Of course, as with any machine exercise at a gym, if you’re new to it, you want to start with an easy weight and steadily build up to avoid injury. And, as a caution, overworking these exercises can cause tightness in your IT band, so be sure to stretch properly before and after.
So if you’re afraid of not looking macho doing these machines, just think of them as Magic Fucking Machines that will help you fuck better. If your best gym bro walks up to you and is like “Yo Bryson, why are you doing the old lady machine?” just say “Actually, bro, it’s called a Blow Out Her Back Machine” and I guarantee Jayston will immediately want to work it with you.
Exercise #3: Kegels!
Yes, Kegels are for men too! I actually have an entire video dedicated to Kegels for men, so if you want more info after you’re done watching this, go check it out!
Basically, kegels are strengthening exercises for the muscles in and around your pelvic floor that can help with myriad issues such as bladder control issues or bladder prolapse. In fact, the best way to identify the muscles you’re working with Kegels is to stop urinating mid-stream and assess what muscles are activated to prevent you from peeing.
How to perform Kegels
Once you’ve located the muscles, practice tightening them for 5 seconds and releasing them. Do this 5 to 10 times at first, and then after a few days, try adding more reps or longer holds per rep. You can also experiment with the speed with which you tighten or contract the muscles.
Set a goal and try to work up to it. Pretty soon, doing kegels will be almost second nature, something you can do while you are doing other things or in between tasks. And, the results will be a much stronger pelvic floor that you have much more control over, and erections that will feel stronger and last longer and that you can use the pound her until the cows come home.
Time to start getting better erections
So those are 3 exercises to turn your erection from a sparkler into a rocket. Again, if you feel the issues with your erection are more significant or medically related, talk to your doctor and check out my video on ED. And for all these exercises, start gently and work your way up to Olympian level to avoid injury, because you’re probably not going to be able to get a sex good-quality erection if you’re doubled over in pain.