The 4 Best Training Exercises To Last Longer In Bed

There’s no shortage of potential treatments for premature ejaculation. One thing most of these treatments have in common however is that they are not permanent.

This is what makes premature ejaculation training exercises such a great option that is fast becoming the first choice for men wanting to last longer in bed.

So if you are looking to get started with some effective last longer in bed exercises then you are in the right place. Next, I’ll be showing you 4 of the best exercises to use to last longer in bed, plus the best way to organize and schedule your training.

I’ll be finishing off with a look at the best training programs that you can buy and follow to give you the most effective return on your training efforts.

What Are Premature Ejaculation Exercises?

There is no set definition of exactly what premature ejaculation exercises have to be. But they all have one thing in common and that is that they all are done to help men last longer in bed.

This type of treatment for premature ejaculation is called behavioral treatment. It’s called this because the ultimate aim is to change your body’s behavior, such as the way it reacts to certain stimuli and the control you are able to exert.

The famous husband and wife team of Johnston and Masters are pioneers in the field of behavioral-based treatment of premature ejaculation. Starting in the 1950s they popularised the Squeez method and Stop and Start training. But these aren’t the only exercises to last longer in bed.

More recently there have been a number of more holistic or whole-body methods that emphasize breathing, focus, and ejaculatory muscle control rather than just focusing on the genitalia like many of the original exercises.

The popular Beyond Delay training guide has popularised many of the more modern exercises and is a highly recommended starting point for men wanting to follow a training program for their exercise sessions.

Edging Exercises To Last Longer In Bed

Without a doubt, the most important exercise in your workout is going to be your edging training. Edging is quite simple in theory but many guys don’t get the most out of there edging by making a few common mistakes.

What Is Edging?

Edging is when masturbating and instead of completing through to orgasm and ejaculation you slow down or stop just prior to point of no return.

When your arousal subsides you then repeat the process. You should aim for at least 5 reps at the very minimum and it should take no less than 20 minutes.

The idea is to prepare yourself for long-lasting sex so it’s important that you start programing your body and ejaculation system to be ready for 20 to 30 minutes of sex each time.

The real power from edging comes when you use this time to practice all the other skills you should be working on. Such as your breathing, focus, muscle control and you can also practice using some of your instant cool down methods if you have learned some (The Beyond Delay program has a great section on these).

Tips And Advice For Edging Training:

  1. No porn – This is really important. You need to be working on your focus and ability to tune into your senses.
  2. At least 5 rounds or 20 30 minutes
  3. practice as many techniques as possible
  4. Make sure you have a private space where you know you won’t be interrupted
  5. You’ll notice that you will have a much better orgasm at the end

To Squeeze Or Not To Squeeze?

The first type of edging exercises developed back in the 1950s included something called the stop and start method and the squeeze technique.

These techniques are precisely what they sound like. The squeeze method, in particular, is used to give a more forceful jolt to the system to prevent reaching the point of no return.

But more modern experts and coaches have started to move away from this approach. For example, Dan Becket, Author of the Ejaculation Freedom training program says that your goal during edging should be to never stop and never get to the point where you need to give your member a good old squeeze.

You would do this during actual sex with your partner, so you shouldn’t be doing it during training.

There are a number of other ways to reduce your arousal and bring yourself back from the point of no return. You can use breathing and focus techniques. There are some specific PC muscle maneuvers, and there are some combo moves you can do such as swirling your tongue around the roof of your mouth.

When I did the edging training myself I followed the Beyond Delay guide mostly and I made a point of trying not to stop completely during the edging training. It worked really well for me and I would recommend that you also use this method, but the traditional squeeze technique and stop and start version may work for some guys.

Breathing Exercises To Last Longer During Sex

Breathing to last longer in bed

There’s a reason that forms of breathing exercises and techniques have been around for Melania. Because humans in all cultures and times have quickly realized the benefits associated with breathing in a controlled and regulated way.

And breathing the right way can also help you last longer in bed.

It’s much more simple than many of the other premature ejaculation exercises floating around, but when you consider bang for buck it’s right up there.

Breathing Tips To Last Longer In Bed:

  • Breath in through your nose and out through your mouth
  • breathe in a steady manner, taking deep, full breaths
  • Purse your lips as you breathe out and focus on the feeling of the air as you exhale
  • Breathe from as low down as possible

Kegels Exercises

I wasn’t sure to include Kegels exercised in my list of the best 4 exercises to last longer in bed. But I ended up choosing to include these pelvic floor exercises because there are variations on the standard version that really helped me.

First up though. A warning.

When searching online for ways to last longer in bed you will heaps of general articles telling men that doing standard Kegels will help them last longer in bed. I honestly don’t know who writes these articles, but I’m sure it’s not anyone with first-hand experience of working with men who have premature ejaculation.

Standard Kegels are probably great if you happen to be a pregnant woman or an 80-year-old man who is struggling to not pee himself