The Penis Workout: It's Good for Girth
It's a known fact. As we get older, we get shorter, literally shrinking in height. However, some people who stick to a strict workout regiment, including exercises such as stretching, yoga or pilates, can avoid shrinkage and enhance their overall health.
The same can be said about the penis. If you don't stretch and exercise, your penis will be smaller, operating at less than its fullest potential. There is plenty of extra skin and tissue at the base of the penis just waiting to be manipulated, pulled and stretched. The Penis Workout is designed to help you get the most out of your pride and joy.
Penis enlargement exercises have been practiced in many Asian and African cultures for centuries. Exercise is the most effective way to enlarge the penis with lasting results. While stretching the penis, the tissue will elongate and add permanent length.
However, keep in mind, the size of a man's heart is more important than his penis as far as most women are concerned.
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Still, since size is so important to men, here are some elongation exercises that can help you make the most of your penis. Keep in mind that width is generally more satisfying than length, but if length is what you're after, here's how to get it naturally. More importantly, these exercises will not only increase the length and girth of your penis, they're good for you.
- Improved orgasm, ejaculation force and volume
- More virility, staying power and energy
- Improved sperm cell production
- Increased production of the male hormone Testosterone
- Improved function of the urinary nervous system, prostate and relief from loin pain associated with constipation and infection of the prostate
Where do I do my workout?
- On the edge of a chair
- With your buttocks against a table
- Standing in front of a mirror
- On your back, legs spread, one leg up
Note: These exercises should be done when your penis is flaccid. If you are uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back before starting.
Grasping the glans (head), stretch your penis upward and hold for a count of 10. Repeat this stretch and hold in the downward position, then to the left and finally to the right. This exercise should be done one or two times a day for five minutes.
Again, holding the glans, pull your penis away from your body. Then place the thumb of your other hand on your shaft, at the base of your penis, and press down with your thumb while lifting up with your other hand. Hold for a 10 count. Repeat this exercise to the right and to the left, placing your thumb on alternate sides of your penis in order to create tension. Continue stretching -- alternating among up, right and left, but never down -- for five minutes. Repeat once or twice per day.
Holding your penis, firmly press the skin back into your body by placing both thumbs, nails touching, over the shaft and your remaining fingers underneath for support. Be sure not to cut off circulation to the penis. Hold for 10 seconds then relax and repeat. You want to maintain a continuous pump action. The farther back the penis is held, the better your results will be. Repeat once or twice daily for five minutes. This exercise can also be performed while semi-erect.
Place one hand at the base of your penis and the other behind the glans. Then stretch the penis in both directions, away from the body with the hand on the glans and towards the body with the hand at the base of the penis. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat. Again, repeat this exercise once or twice a day for five minutes.
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