If you aren’t already aware of a kegel, make this imperceptible exercise your friend. This exercise can make you last longer and enhance how much pleasure you feel once you peak, says sexuality educator and author of The Ultimate Guide to Prostate Pleasure, Charlie Glickman, Ph.D. (Kegels also help improve bladder control.) To “kegel,” you’ll first need to find your pubococcygeus (PC) muscle, the one that, per Glickman, “makes your erection bounce.” If you’ve missed out on this locker room trick, another route to the PC is squeezing groin muscles as if you were holding back the urge to pee. Squeeze completed? Okay, now release. That’s one kegel. Repeat 10 to 30 times, depending on how boring the meeting you’re trapped in is.
Because the best part about these bad boys, says Glickman, is you can do them anytime, anywhere—even, and perhaps most importantly for your own pleasure, during sex. And if you’re in the mood to beef up your kegel routine, he adds, consider trying Private Gym, a very, very personalized training program specifically tailored for boosting men’s pelvic muscle strength (it’s FDA approved, too).