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29 October 2010

Sexual superhero: PC muscle exercise

The first part of the programme consists of a series of exercises to strengthen your PC muscles.

The first part of the Sexual Superhero programme consists of a series of exercises to strengthen your PC muscles. The full and correct name of this group of muscles is Pubococcygeus. That’s quite a mouthful, so PC is much easier.

  • Don’t rush the first exercises
  • If you do too much too soon, you may strain the muscles
  • Build up slowly and your progress will be much quicker
  • These muscles are probable undeveloped because you’ve never been consciously aware of them
  • Rather spend a little longer with the basic exercises than just doing them for a few days and then immediately diving into the advanced sets
  • Remember that we’re looking at the bigger picture
  • Be aware that you’re heading for a lifetime of wonderful sexual functioning
  • Remember that quick fixes often bring unsatisfactory results

The exercises and programme works. I want you to succeed and I want you to become a sexual god, so take the time to get it right.

  • Contract and relax your PC muscles15 -20 times per day, twice a day

  • Contract as tightly as you can and hold for 5 seconds
  • Relax for 5 seconds
  • Do it 5 times, twice a day

  • Double the short contractions to 60-80 times twice a day.
  • Double your 5 second squeezes, anything from 6- 20 times twice a day
  • Start with 20 (or however many you can manage) short anal contractions. (Just squeeze your anal sphincter and let go.)
  • Remember to relax fully in between each squeeze.

 
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