Male enhancement exercises are relatively easy to do and they get the job done in a non-invasive way. This is why many men practice some of the most popular routines like jelqing, stretching and kegel exercises.
Did you know, however, that other exercises exist and they can be used to accomplish a range of male enhancement goals?
Apart from doing the most popular exercises, you can diversify the routine by attempting a couple of alternatives. Here are a few of the best among them.
Opposite Pull (Stretch)
This exercise routine has a pretty self-explanatory name. The opposite pull is a very effective routine when it comes to increasing the size of your penis. In addition, it’s far from complicated and it’s suitable for guys who are just getting started with such routines.
The opposite pull is performed on a flaccid penis.
Use one of your hands to grasp the head of the penis. The other hand goes at the base. Using both hands, pull in opposing directions. Don’t be too harsh. While you should be feeling the pull, it should in no way be the cause of discomfort or pain.
Hold for 10 seconds and release. Take a break and repeat. Continue doing opposite pulls for up to five minutes per day. The exercise improves circulation and it also encourages the formation of new penis tissue.
As a result of doing the routine, you can experience some permanent gains. This is especially true for the guys who are also using natural supplements.
The penis squeeze is an exercise that can be used to accomplish a rather different goal – get an increase in the girth of the penis. This is particularly beneficial for the men who want to give their partners more intense experiences during sex.
A penis squeeze should be performed on a semi-erect penis.
Use your hand to form an ok sign around the base of the penis. Form an overhead ok grip with your second hand and place it on the penis, in front of the first one.
Tighten both of your grips and squeeze the penis. You should feel it without experiencing pain. Hold the squeeze and release. Repeat multiple times.
If you want to prolong the duration of the routine, you can perform kegels between two penis squeezes. Tightening the pelvic floor muscles will enable you to maintain the desired erection level and get even more prominent results.
Men who suffer from premature ejaculation and the ones who are generally interested in lasting longer in bed should definitely consider ballooning. While the name may sound funny, the exercise is ideal for getting quick and sustainable results.
Massage the penis to achieve a full-on erection. For better results, do kegel exercises while massaging the penis. Accomplishing both will require some practice but the combination brings more blood into the penis and delivers much more prominent results.
Having more blood inside the penis enhances circulation and helps for better tissue expansion. Attempt to hold the erection for about 20 minutes. In the beginning, this could be difficult. As you get better, you’ll find it easier to hold the erection without climaxing.
The final routine we’ll examine as a way to diversify the exercises you do is the so-called rotation stretch. You’ve probably guessed already that it’s a modification of a basic stretch and it can be used to increase the length of the penis.
You’ll need to bring the penis to a semi-erection prior to getting started with the exercise routine.
Retract the foreskin and grasp the penis right behind the head. Use a standard ok grip. Pull the penis up and away from the body. While you should feel the stretch, make sure that it isn’t painful.
Maintain the stretch and do a 360-degree rotation, guiding the penis around with your hand. Do several repetitions then switch to a downward pull. Repeat the same movement for the rest of the repetition time.
The rotational stretch encourages more blood to enter the penile tissue and it also stimulates regeneration. While the exercise is highly effective, it’s considered a low intensity option that comes with no risk of injuries. As such, the exercise is perfect for beginners.