Forget About Premature Ejaculation: Discover The Muscle Pubococcygeusby Alexander M. Daniels
Almost no-one has ever heard of the muscle pubococcygeus. Fewer people yet know what sort of power it can hold for a sexually active man.
The muscle I'm talking about is located inside your body, in the pelvic region and is one of the muscles giving you the ability to stop urinating even when your bladder is still full. Due to its functionality, it is also this same muscle that you can emply in order to prevent yourself from ejaculating during an orgasm. That way, it is possible to have non-ejaculatory orgasms.
Non-ejaculatory orgasms?! Yep, that's right. I find it astonishing how few men have even heard of this. Nonetheless it is a skill which is absolutely learnable. It doesn't require anything exceptional, expensive or dangerous on your part, like drugs, medical intervention or mechanical devices.
The muscle pubococcygeus is the key. After some practice, this muscle will help you stop your ejaculation in its tracks. Interestingly enough, doing this does not break your orgasm! You don't come, but you still get your orgasm and you keep your erection!
This way, you can quite literally have sex for as long as you want. Whenever you are close to ejaculation, you squeeze your special muscle and keep going. Such is the capacity of the muscle pubococcygeus. This ability is all about practice and will not appear overnight. But it really isn't as complicated as one might think and will take only some 10-15 minutes a day.
First of all, you must locate this magic muscle. Here is a simple way. Go to the bathroom when your bladder is reasonably full and start peeing. As soon as you have the flow going, simply stop the flow and hold it. In all likelihood you have done this thousands of times during your lifetime, so it should be quite intuitive to do. Now take note that in to stop urinating, you had to squeeze some muscles in your pelvis. One of those muscles is the muscle pubococcygeus.
Do exercise a few more times so that you are comfortable with how to contract the muscles in your pelvic region to stop peeing. Now go take a seat on a sofa and make sure you are comfortable. Try tensing the muscles in your pelvic region as if you wanted to stop the flow of urine. Obviously you are not actually peeing this time, but you want to do the same thing with your pelvic muscles as when you interrupted the flow of urine.
If you managed, that's great! You have accomplished the first step towards achieving control over this amazing muscle. If you don't understand how to squeeze the muscle, simply repeat the urination exercise and try to really get a definite feeling for the motion of the muscles in your pelvis.
Once you have "located" the muscle, the next step is to begin exercising it. You may find that exercising this muscle is not unlike exercising any other muscle in your body. However, that is nonetheless a massive topic and unfortunately I don't have the space to cover it in this small article.
If you are interested in acquiring further skills, you should take a look at the website below this article for more information. The website provides a full course on getting absolute control over the muscle pubococcygeus and further sexual skills.
Date published: 2009-11-16