PC Ligament Stretch
Work yourself up into a semi erect (Tumescent) state. Create a ring around the penis with your thumb and middle finger. Starting at the pelvis side of the shaft, slightly tighten the finger ring and draw it out towards the head (glans penis). This will pull the blood towards the head and make it extremely hard and full. Hold this position for 5 to 10 seconds and while holding the ring just before the head pull slowly and gently away from you as if you're lengthening the shaft. Do 20 reps, each rep with a 5 to 10 second hold for 5 sets. (Don't make the ring too tight, and don't yank or tug)! This exercise will not only stretch the PC ligament over time but it also help to break up fibrosis (binding scar type tissue) inside the spongy cavity that prevents it's full engorgement and expansion with blood.
Sit on a tennis ball or handball placed in-between the scrotum (testicle sac) and the anus. For the 3 minuets contract the anus and the muscles you would use to stop the flow of urine. Hold each contraction strongly for 10 seconds. (Not easy is it)? This exercise works the PC muscle mostly; this is the muscle that controls premature ejaculation. The work also gets the IC and BC muscles.
Wally Wally Ups
Sit at the edge of a chair or toilet seat. Make your penis fully erect. Now hang a small towel over the penis and contract the muscles to make the erection stand all the way up against the resistance of the towel. Hold the up position for 3 to 5 seconds. Do 5 to 10 reps for 3 to 5 sets. This exercise though mostly for the PC muscle, will also strongly contract the IC and BC muscles. Since they wrap around and hold tissue together instead of go from one joint to another and move things, the only way to strengthen the IC and BC muscles is through isometric contraction when contracting the PC muscle. In fact since they all have the same nerve supply it's not possible to voluntarily contract the IC and BC muscles without PC being involved. As you get stronger add resistance by wetting the towel or by using a larger towel.
To help eat away fibrosis in the spongy cavity and keep it away, use proteolytic systemic enzymes 2 to 3 times a day. Dr. Newman Lin has found that application of androstene or testosterone creams to the shaft and head of the penis strengthens and enlarge the tissues. (OBGYNS use almost the same technique when they prescribe estrogen cream to be applied internally to the vagina for older women whose inner walls have become thin and weak). Andro Edge from Life Flo is an affordable and effective andro cream giving over 95% absorption. When applying the andro cream to the genitalia remember don't bathe in the stuff, "a little dab will do ya".
Please note that as a disclaimer neither this author or the publisher can take any responsibility for what you do with these exercises and techniques. Remember you're dealing with delicate tissues. You can damage them! Put away your usual bodybuilding impulses to overdo training. Supersetting, working to failure, HIT and Super HIT principles are NOT to be used there! (Unless you want your penis to fall off)!
Dr. William Wong is a Texas State Naturopathic Medical Association professional member, World Sports Medicine Hall of Fame member, a Classical Naturopath, a Ph.D. Exercise Physiologist, a Certified Athletic Trainer (AATA), a Certified Sports Medicine Trainer (ASMA), and a Health/Fitness Consultant. Dr. Wong has more than 23 years of professional experience in natural health, as applied to sports medicine and rehabilitation, with the last 12 devoted almost exclusively to chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
Dr. Wong has authored books on natural healing and has taught Physical Medicine at the South West College of Naturopathic Medicine in Arizona. His shorter writings have appeared in such diverse magazines as G.Q., Black Belt, Survival Guide, The Townsend Letter for Doctors, and Well Being Journal. In 1993, he was also inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame as Wing Chun Kung Fu Instructor of the Year.
Dr. Wong has been a guest on over 500 national and local radio programs, as well as appearing on the nationally acclaimed PBS series Healthy Living hosted by Jane Seymour. In November 2002, Dr. Wong appeared on the Heartbeat of America show hosted by William Shatner. Currently, using a blend of movement, nutrition, exercise and spirituality, Dr. Wong is specializing in developing programs for longevity and virility to help people overcome the effects of aging and the after effects of chronic debilitating conditions.
Dr. William Wong and his wife Michele are devoted to bringing forth information on new and effective natural treatments for chronic illnesses, teaching little known information about exercise and spreading their philosophy on what they've found to be the cornerstones of a healthy and active life.