Exercise for Premature Ejaculation: Does it Really Work?

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Exercise for Premature Ejaculation: Does it Really Work?

Every man with premature ejaculation tries a hundred different ways to control it. From healthy foods, to all sorts of pills, to desensitizing sprays to god knows what. While these are all valid treatments and one’s we’ve recommended in the past – most guys seem to miss out on one of the most basic ways to get their problem in check : and that is to exercise for premature ejaculation.

Everyone’s had the thought too, and it makes sense. Why wouldn’t exercise help? It’s a god-send with almost everything else.  So it’s a given that exercise can help with premature ejaculation – right? Well, it’s not as simple as that.

Can Exercise Prevent Premature Ejaculation?

To answer that question, premature ejaculation itself needs some definition.


Most scientists studying PE define it as a sexual disorder wherein ejaculation occurs without control, usually within less than 2 minutes of penetration. With this definition in mind, treatment in the form of exercise for premature ejaculation has been laid out.


Those in the medical world are becoming increasingly convinced that premature ejaculation and your overall physical health are interrelated.


Indeed, men with Type II Diabetes are much more at risk of suffering from sexual dysfunctions than men who maintain a healthy lifestyle. it then becomes safe to say that if you’re not taking care of your overall health, your sexual health is bound to suffer.

Can a healthy lifestyle and exercise cure premature ejaculation?

Men who are overweight as well tend to suffer more from sexual disorders. The increased weight makes it tougher for blood to travel to your penis, resulting in another sexual disorder we’re all familiar with : erectile dysfunction.


Increases in weight of course impacts every aspect of your health – not just sexual.  So it is always a good idea to maintain a healthy weight an lifestyle.


Although, maintaining a healthy lifestyle can mean a lot of different things to a lot of people, so let us narrow it down. For our intents and purposes, let us say that a healthy lifestyle is one wherein an individual :

If we’re using this definition for a healthy lifestyle and the above definition for premature ejaculation, we can say that men who do not have an active lifestyle tend to suffer more from premature ejaculation.


While there is still discrepancy in why that is, most point to a better quality of life both sexual and otherwise.


In the study mentioned above, men who were physically active for a period of 6 months did not suffer with premature ejaculation as their non-active counterparts.


So it stands to reason that if you’re worried about developing premature ejaculation, you better start hitting that treadmill and exercise to avoid premature ejaculation!


Exercise isn’t the end-all be-all treatment for premature ejaculation, but it has shown immense promise for people who’ve used techniques and exercise to prevent premature ejaculation.


Before we get to the actual exercises for premature ejaculation, let us further establish what exercise can do for PE.

Can the Kegel Exercise Cure Premature Ejaculation?

This is a tougher question to answer – and to answer it we need to answer a couple other questions.

What does it mean to cure premature ejaculation?

We would define someone whos intravaginal ejaculatory latency time (IELT) (time from penetration to ejaculation) is longer than a minimum of 1 minute to a maximum of 2 minutes as ‘cured’

What is the Kegel Exercise for Premature Ejaculation?

Kegels and it’s exercises are one of the most recommended exercises for men dealing with premature ejaculation.


We’ve done an entire piece on everything you need to about kegel and reverse kegel exercises which goes in depth.


Here, we’ll go over Kegel exercises for men and try and answer the question : can Kegel exercises cure PE?


The main idea behind Kegel exercises is to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. particularly the ischiocavernosus and bulbocavernosus muscles which are active during an erection. Once you’ve trained these muscles enough to have sufficient control over them, you can then control when you ejaculate.


Just to reiterate, premature ejaculation therapy exercises should work in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle for maximum benefits.


While a regular gym exercise for premature ejaculation can help with this –  a quicker way to do it at home would be identifying and exercising just your pelvic floor muscles at home.


Kegel exercises are one of the best ways you can increase the time it takes for you to ejaculate. 


Oddly enough, this exercise was first developed to help women with childbirth.  And now we’re using it as one of our natural cures for premature ejaculation.

How to do the Kegel exercise for premature ejaculation.

First things first, find your pelvic floor muscles. The easiest way to find them is in the toilet.


No, really.


Next time you’re peeing, try and stop it midstream. The muscles you’ll be using to hold it in are your pelvic floor muscles. Tadaa! You’ve found them.

Exercising them involves:

There’s quite a bit more you can do with Kegel exercises for men but that is the gist of it!

Kegels exercises for men are insanely effective. They’ve helped a lot of guys treat their premature ejaculation at home. 

Premature Exercises for Couples

Who says you have to work out alone? You could even technically exercise for premature ejaculation while you and your partner are doing the deed!

Squeeze Technique

This is an easy and fun way to make sure that you last longer in bed! Your partner can participate in this as well. The squeeze technique is well documented on our blog, but not like this.

When you feel yourself close to orgasm, stop any and all thrusting and have your partner wrap their hand around the base of your shaft and gently squeeze (hence the name!) When you feel the urge to orgasm subside, you can continue where you left off.

This technique requires a whole lot of communication and understanding with your partner. And it should go without saying that if they’re too tired or just uncomfortable doing that for you, it is easy enough to perform the squeeze technique for premature ejaculation on yourself.


Edging is something every man has subconsciously already done. It is a simple four-step process.

These steps are:

  1. Get yourself close to climax
  2. When you get there, stop everything and give yourself rest.
  3. Continue 
  4. Repeat steps 1 and 2

Edging has been described as a psychosexual behavioral method that has been proven to give results. 

Again, it requires a bit of control on your end. You have to be conscious of the feelings and sensations you get when you’re close to orgasm. And communicate these to your partner! You don’t want to be close to orgasm without your partner knowing. It will help them slow themselves down as well to better suit your rhythm.

Stopping yourself on the edge is hard, but it’ll really help you enjoy yourself!

Gym Exercises for Premature Ejaculation

If you already hit the gym regularly, or are planning to in the future, use these following exercises to help with premature ejaculation!`

Barbell Hip Thrusts

Barbell hip thrusts are a golden exercise for premature ejaculation. If you’re sexually active at all – you need to try this. They help build up strength in your glute muscles, improve how much you can move your hips and give a general boost of strength to your lower body.

Doing bar-bell thrusts is easy enough:

Kettlebell Swings

These help engage your pelvic floor muscles and make it so that your pelvic chain and posterior region are engaged as well. What you essentially do with Kegel exercises, you are doing here as well, but this helps other regions too.

How to do kettle-bell swings:


Exercise and a healthy lifestyle have been shown to be a great counter to premature ejaculation. While the link here is not known for sure, most agree that the greater quality of life is the reason here.

Men who do not workout or do not participate in some form of physical activity are more likely to suffer sexual disorders that manifest in the form of erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.

Exercises for premature ejaculation are easy and fun to do! You can even do them with your partner. The goal of most of these exercises is to train your pelvic floor muscles for better control over your ejaculations.




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