Feedback to Increase Pelvic Floor Muscle Contraction

the above image shows the feedback visually, however in the early stages of pelvic floor muscle training this may not be so easy to see. Therefore

Different ways to get feedback from this pelvic floor exercise - and help you increase the intensity of contraction - which will help strengthen pelvic floor muscles and in turn will improve erection quality.

Contract pelvic floor muscles - using feedback → to increase intensity of contraction → to strengthen pelvic floor muscles → improve erection quality.

Erectiondr.com with erection kaizen states it is important to use as much force as possible as then the muscles will get a signal to grow stronger. The pelvic floor muscles are like any – they will adapt and grow stronger if they fail to perform! For example if you lift a weight up and down with your arm until you cannot lift it up any more times or until you get that aching feeling – your body will make the muscles in your arm grow stronger. However if you just do it a few times and stop – not due to failure or fatigued muscles but due to boredom ten the muscle will not grow. Your pelvic floor muscles are the same – we need to work them to exhaustion and what helps his is feedback which is so important top not only help us contract more forcefully but to the point of exhaustion to ensure that the muscles get the signal to adapt and grow stronger. Then when the muscles grow stronger they will support a stronger erection.

Why Feedback is Important

To get a lift of the pelvic floor muscles and movement from the penis, the abdominal muscles can be used as explained in the video should I use my abs. However if the abdominal muscles are used too much - it may be those that are strengthened as opposed to your pelvic floor. So whilst you may get a six pack  - your erection quality may not improve. The feedback you get from your body is important as it enables you to see the movement from the muscle contraction at the base of the penis and confirm stimulation of the Ischiocavernosus muscle, or as you begin to embrace erection kaizen even more and your min/body connection develops - you may well feel this muscle move with your mind!


In the videos within erection kaizen I show how you can get the all important feedback initially from seeing a slight movement at the base of the penis. The muscle contraction is the Ischiocavernosus which as it begins to work – builds up pressure of blood in the penis. This gives more feedback and allows more focus and contraction strength which then goes on to help blood flow further – all leading to more and more feedback to help us contract the muscles for longer.

Beginners

When you first start these exercises it may be hard for you to contract the pelvic floor muscle with any real force the nerves may have simply forgotten how to stimulate all parts of the muscle and so you may not feel the muscle fatigue, or see so much movement. But keep on practising and in time the nerves will grow stronger and gain more control of the muscle.


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naked trainer showing base of penis movement as a result of pelvic floor exercisePelvic Floor Contractions Intensified with Feedback - Video Explanation.



What will help you

I'll do my best to help give you an idea of what may improve your erection quality. The erection process is complex and requires many different body systems to all be working well. Sometimes there can be an obvious cause of erection difficulties, sometime not. I ask personal questions, to gain vital clues about what can help your erection quality improve.

There are a whole range of things that can help strengthen your sexual response - what will work for you is very individual. If you'd like some idea of what training aspect will help you the most contact me.







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