Friday, July 6, 2012

Better Orgasms, Increased Staying Power and a bit of Science

I have a bit of knowledge in the area of health and medicine. Since I’ve been locked so long in chastity recently I’ve noticed that I am becoming more sensitive to her touch. For years I was always the guy that could never last as long as the woman and only made it if I masturbated before intercourse.  But about five years ago something changed.  Within a matter of months I could last for 15, 20, maybe 30 minutes.  During that time I was really deliberate in doing Kegal exercises but I can’t be certain that was the sole reason for this sudden change.  For the past few days I’ve been perusing the web to learn more about the pelvic floor muscles (known as the pubococcygeal (PC) muscles) and for the past week I’ve been quite diligent in doing these exercises several times a day.  Here’s what I’ve learned:

1.   Pelvic floor muscles run between the pubic bone and coccyx (the tail bone), forming a sling or hammock of muscles between these two bones.

2.   These muscles can be contracted by trying to stop the flow of urine when voiding.

3.   They are responsible for bladder control in both genders.

4.   During contraction/straining activities the coccyx swings away from the pubic bone (backward) due to the pull of the strong back muscles.  This increases the distance between the pelvis and tailbone thus opening up the vaginal/urethral canal.  Because the PC muscles run front to back from coccyx to pubic bone they provide a counter force thus keeping the urethra closed and preventing leakage of urine.

5.   These muscles are stronger when we are younger and weaken with age because we are more active and fit in our youth.

6.   They are responsible for a significant amount of pleasure when we orgasm since strong muscles increase the amount of blood flow to the area of the sensitive genital regions.

7.   Strong muscles will increase a man’s staying power in the same way that it prevents urine leakage. The PC muscles can keep the urethra closed more efficiently.

8.   They contract to expel semen during ejaculation.

9.   The PC muscles are composed of approximately 30% fast twitch muscle fibers and 70% slow twitch muscle fibers. 
What is important to understand with regard to fiber composition of these muscles is this: ST fibers are designed to contract for a long time without tiring but do not have the ability to generate much force.  During daily life, the activities that typically make up our day (walking, doing easy chores, etc) are ST fiber dominant. Every muscle in the body has some ST fibers, especially the ones responsible for posture and basic movements (sitting, standing, walking bending).  Exercises that focus on cardiovascular endurance also stress these muscles but to a greater degree. Swimming, jogging, cross country skiing, are all excellent ways of developing ST fiber fitness.  The key is moderate exercise with many reps.

When intense contractions are desired FT fibers are recruited to supplement ST fiber activity. These fibers generate strong contractions but tire quickly. Lifting heavy weights, sprinting, and intense movements stimulate FT fibers to perform those actions.

Understanding the function of the pubococcygeal muscles (pelvic floor muscles) is important as we age due to their role in bladder and bowel control. Additionally they intensify sexual pleasure when they are strong, both by increasing the pleasure at orgasm as well as allowing men to last longer (and thereby increase the pleasure of the woman they serve).

I mention the fiber composition because by understanding fiber composition it helps one understand how to train muscles effectively to get desired results. Because PC muscles are predominantly ST fibers longer easier contractions will increase ST fiber fitness.  Trying to stop your pee and holding that for longer periods without squeezing hard will work these fibers.  But you need to do this often so consider doing these all the time.  The entire time I’ve been typing this post I’ve been gently activating mine and to be honest it feels really good down there. J My contractions have been strong enough so that I feel the muscle working yet not so hard that I can’t keep the muscle firing for 5-10 minutes at a time.

To develop FT fibers you need to contract hard, like as hard as you can.  Try to hold the contractions for 3-10 seconds and rest an equal amount of time between.  See if you can get 3 sets of 10-15 contractions in a workout. These will help with ejaculation strength as well as urine leakage when you cough, sneeze, or lift something heavy.

Now there is a difference between being strong and using the strength you have.  It’s one thing to have strong PC muscles but you need to use them if you have issues. For example if you have bladder control issues tighten them before coughing or before lifting something heavy. When your cock is being used by your Domme, contract them as you start to feel the urge to cum. Learn how to activate these muscles to help/hinder what you are trying to accomplish. Don’t be disappointed if you don’t get it right immediately. Skills take time to learn and practice makes perfect.

Literature states one can expect to see changes in about 4-6 weeks with more significant changes as time increases.  This only makes sense. It takes time to get into shape so be patient.

Try doing these in different positions: sitting, standing, while in line, at meals, while at work, etc.  If you have an erection you can work these muscles by intentionally making your penis move toward your head.  Some suggest draping a small towel over the erect cock to add resistance to that movement.

Finally, work to fatigue. If you don’t do these exercises until you can’t do anymore you didn’t work hard enough.  If you only run a mile don’t expect to get very fit. If you only do one push up a day, don’t expect to get very strong.  The same is true with developing both endurance and strength of these muscles.  Don’t be a wimp.  How bad do you want to please her? That alone should be your motivation to work hard.

This was a fun post to write.  Love to hear your thoughts. Here are some links to two webpages that had some good info. Enjoy. Link 1    Link 2

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