Work Out Your Balls So You Can Keep 'Em Hanging Healthy
These sexercises are referred to as Testicular Holding.
The testicles, a frequently overlooked part of the male reproductive system, are the two glands that hang behind the penis within the scrotum. They manufacture sperm and testosterone, as well as other male hormones. Here are some exercises to keep your testicles nice and healthy.
Exercise One involves both the penis and the testicles. It works best if a partner helps you. Hold your breath for two minutes, if possible, and squeeze your PC muscle (the support muscle in the genitals best identified when you stop the flow of urine) while you or your partner pulls down on your scrotum. This exercise is most effective if you warm your scrotum with hot water beforehand. Do this for five minutes a day.
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Encircle the scrotum with thumb and index or middle finger, above the testicles, then pull down and forward lightly. Use the fingertips of your other hand to gently, but firmly, massage the testicles and scrotal contents for 30 seconds. Repeat for a total of five minutes once or twice per day.
Lift your testicles upwards and hold against the body for 10 seconds. When done properly, your penis should be pressed against your stomach. Then release, relax and repeat. Your goal is to work up to six minutes of repetitions once or twice a day.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Strong and healthy testicles mean a few things. For you younger folk out for tail and (hopefully) clean STI tests, these exercises can result in more powerful orgasms. High 5. And for those of you looking for more long-term and (GASP!) possibly procreation-based relationships, keeping your testes fortified will mean your semen will not only be better stored, but more effectively "shot out" from their scrotal sanctuary in the event of coitus. (Mmmm, I love sounding scientific.)
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