The Love Muscle   3 comments

A strong PC (pubococcygeal) muscle – has been referred to as the ‘love muscle’, is slung, hammock style, between your legs from front to back – helps to make and keep erections, and a fit PC muscle gives you stronger ejaculations.  Kegels (the flexing of this muscle to squeeze the urinary tract) aren’t just for the men to practise: tell your partner about them and she’ll soon realise the benefits of a fit PC muscle, too.  In females the vagina passes through this muscle as well, so you will appreciate the fitter her PC muscle is the firmer she can make the opening – and the grip around your penis.  Something you can both benefit from straight away.

The PC muscle is quite large; sit upright on a wooden seat or any firm surface, wearing only something thin, and flex your PC.  You will feel just how large a muscle this is between your legs.  As we progress through the PE exercises there will be further mention of Kegels but the best way is to get into the habit of exercising your PC every day.  Squeeze that PC every time you sit down for a meal, or every time you think of your partner, or every time the phone rings; make up your own list of reminders.

[Extract from ‘How to Maximize Your Manhood’ by Clive Peters]

3 responses to “The Love Muscle

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  1. Good evening

    This post was interesting, how long did it take you to write?

    • Thank you for your kind comment. If you mean how long did it take to write the post, the answer is ten minutes. If you meant how long to write the book, the answer is 2 years following 5 years of reseach.

  2. Reblogged this on Clive Peters.

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