5 Erectile Dysfunction Exercises That Work

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What if I told you erectile dysfunction can be cured without pills, pumps, or surgery?

That’s right, you can make ED disappear (forever) using…exercises.

No one’s talking about this though, especially doctors, because they want to sell you something. Why would men need Viagra, if we can get erections without that little blue pill?

The truth is that exercises work. Doctors don’t want you to know this, so they can get you on a $10/day prescription for Viagra. What a waste!

Today I’m going to show you how to fix your erectile dysfunction using exercises, for free, without a prescription. Let’s start with the king of penis exercises…

The Kegel Cure

The first exercise we’ll discuss is kegels.

If you’ve never heard of kegels, just know that they’re critical because they’re the best way to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

These muscles are responsible for:

– Cutting off the flow of urine

Shooting cum out of your penis

– (Last but not least) Getting an erection

Yes, muscles in your pelvis are responsible for getting you an erection. See, the penis is a muscle like any other, and when you need an erection, you need blood flow to your member.

To increase blood flow to your penis, strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles are responsible for channeling blood to the penis when you get an erection, so it makes sense for them to be strong.

Squats For Sex

The second exercise I’m going to discuss is lifting weights, specifically, squats.

Erectile dysfunction could be caused by a ton of different factors, including low testosterone, poor circulation, and being overweight.

Guess what exercise fixes all three of these? Squatting.

Lifting weights overall is a great practice for erectile dysfunction. If you aren’t going to the gym 3 times a week, start going, as soon as you’re done reading this article.

Specifically, do some squats. Squats have been proven to be the most testosterone pumping exercise out there. Additionally, squats will improve your thrusting power, which will help you in the sack.

Even if you can’t get to the gym, do some bodyweight squats throughout the day at your house. You can also practice deep squat stretching, by getting into the deepest squat position you can…and holding it. This’ll open up your pelvic floor, which will improve erection quality.

Jelq, Don’t Jerk

Next, start jelqing.

Say it again, JELQing, not jerking (masturbation can be bad for your erection, by the way).

Jelqing, also known as milking, is the practice of pulling on your semi-erect penis to make it grow.

Jelqing is generally recommended for penis enlargement, but it can also help you with erectile dysfunction.

You’ll find that jelqing is a relaxing practice that enlarges the cells in your penis and makes them more susceptible to blood flow. This means that, yes, increasing your penis size will help with erectile dysfunction.

To practice jelqing, lubricate your penis, get a half-erection, put your hand in an “okay” sign, and pull from the base of your shaft to the bottom of your glans. Repeat using the other hand, then repeat over and over, for 20 minutes.

Do this a few times a week and you’ll notice improved blood flow, a thicker penis, and  stronger erections.

Another penis enlargement exercise that will help with erection quality is stretching, a close relation of jelqing.

However, if you deal with premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction, you want to make sure you’re practicing…

Edging

Edging is primarily recommended for premature ejaculation, but it’s also great for erectile dysfunction. For the same reason as jelqing. Improving blood flow will improve your erection quality.

While jelqing/stretching works by expanding the blood cells in your penis, edging works by forcing blood into your penis.

To practice edging, masturbate, but don’t orgasm for 20-30 minutes. Use every fiber in your body to resist orgasming, but continue to masturbate.

The goal is to keep yourself at the edge of orgasm, to train you to last longer.

The reason this works for erectile dysfunction is that it forces blood into your penis, and keeps it there. Practice edging a few times, and you’ll soon understand what I’m saying.

A good edging practice will have you itching to orgasm, ready to explode…and your erection will reflect that. You’ll be so turned on, your penis will be pumped full of blood.

This will improve erection quality, during and after your edging sessions.

Now that we’ve gone over some of the best exercises, what else can you do for erectile dysfunction?

Lifestyle

This isn’t necessarily an exercise, but it’s so crucial for erectile dysfunction that I have to mention it.

Exercises are great, but if you want to supercharge your results, you need to clean up your lifestyle.

This means that you should stop eating garbage, exercise regularly (weights and cardio), start drinking vegetable juice, quit smoking, and remove unnecessary stress.

This might seem like woo-woo hippy stuff, but cleaning up your lifestyle will dramatically increase your erection quality. You can’t beat erectile dysfunction by slamming Big Macs and washing them down with 40 oz. of Coca-Cola every day.

Also, the most important part of lifestyle is having a lot of sex. The old saying, “if you don’t use it, you lose it,” is true, even when it comes to your erection. Sex will train your mind and body to get an erection on command, so make sure you do your exercises!

What’s The BEST Exercise For Erectile Dysfunction?

Now that we’ve covered a bunch of different exercises you can do, I bet you’re asking what’s the BEST exercise you can do for erectile dysfunction.

Understandable; I just threw a lot of information at you, and you might be thinking “jeez, where am I gonna start? Which exercise should I do today?”

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