p>This is the standard kegel exercise, which involves a simple contraction of your pelvic floor muscles. You can be fully clothed while doing this exercise, although in the beginning it might help if you place two fingers on your perineum, which is easier if you are naked.
If you've never kegeled and don't know where your pelvic floor muscles are, see kegel exercises for men.
The exercise: Contract your pelvic floor muscles for one to two seconds, then release. Each contraction is one Kegel repetition.
It's That Easy! Doing just one minute of regular Kegels and the Kegel Start/Stop every time you use the restroom is often all it takes for a dramatic increase in hardness.