In 1948 Dr Arnold Kegel described pelvic floor exercises based on his female patients (Obs & Gyn Specialist). They have since become known as Kegels. And they work pretty well for a female pelvic floor, but don't transfer well to the masculine version.
The male pelvic apparatus is a different set of plumbing and muscles demanding a different pattern of recruitment and training to improve their efficiency.
One in ten men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Many will undergo treatment such as surgery or radiation which may leave him incontinent and/or with erectile dysfunction. Research confirms that the right training program for his pelvic floor muscles will improve both these conditions restoring his quality of life, reducing risk of depression and in the process becoming more healthy.
This dude has not only turned around, he has improved his posture by standing tall. In doing so, he has flattened his belly, straightened his spine and balanced his head over his shoulders. And he has engaged his anti-gravity muscles, including his pelvic floor. This takes mental and physical effort to initiate and sustain.
The 5-Level Hegel program also takes mental and physical effort to be successful but like the transition above, the results will be worth it.
Discover the right pelvic floor muscles to train, how to engage them without over-whelming with abs and butt muscles. Then learn the gentle of art of slow ramping and 30% holds.
Bring the high level control with the 'Fire & Hold' and the 'Fire and Relax' training program. Power to your pelvic floor.
Use your training to develop urge control and increased bladder capacity. Simple tricks and skills to master continence and volume.
Integrating control into the real world. Mastering hydration, girth control and pre-setting strategies for ongoing success.
This optional level is not for every bloke. Integrate your Level One and Two programs into a gym-style total body workout. Awesome.
This book contains the five levels plus more information on improving continence, erectile function and general health to make your survival worth the effort.