How to Build the PC Muscle

Your PC muscle, also called the pubococcygeus muscle, is the muscle that wraps around a man's penis at the base of the pelvis. Properly exercised, the PC muscle can be the foundation for incredible sexual stamina and control. A well-developed PC muscle can actually give you control over the length, angle and duration of an erection, in addition to substantially enhancing the length and intensity of orgasms. To start getting the most out of your PC muscle, begin an exercise regimen for it today.

Find your PC muscle. While you probably use this muscle on a regular basis, you may not really know exactly where or what it is. The best way to locate it is to stop the flow while you are in the middle of urinating. Notice the muscle that you had to clench to do this. That is your PC muscle. You may want to try stopping and starting urination several times to get a firm handle on your PC's location.

Try some "PC pullups." PC pullups (a term coined by Douglas Abrams, who wrote "The Multi-Orgasmic Man") will, ultimately, enable you to raise and lower your penis at will. Start out sitting in the chair and breathing evenly. Each time you breath in, relax your PC. Then, as you exhale, clench your PC muscle as tightly as possible. Make sure that you are actually contracting your PC muscle by placing your hands lightly on your pelvis so that you can feel the muscle clench. If you do not feel the muscle move, you are probably just clenching your buttocks and you need to spend some more time isolating the PC muscle before you start exercising.

Build your number of reps. As with any other muscle, you should not overdo it when exercising your PC muscle. The first day, you may just want to practice getting control of contracting and relaxing the PC muscle. Once you can do this, start doing a series of repetitions of your PC pull-ups. Start out with three sets of five, then build up until you are doing three sets of twelve. Once you reach this milestone, you can add additional sets or additional reps as you prefer. If you get sore, give yourself a day off, but not more than one.

Add weight to the routine. Once you have solidified your ability to do a number of reps of PC pull-ups without any trouble, you can add weight to your routine. Drape a scarf or, if you have the PC strength, a hand towel over your penis and either raise and lower it or just hold it up in the air for five to 15 seconds. This will help add some variety to your PC muscle exercises.