During one of my meditation sessions, I received an intuitive knowledge about two powerful exercises for rock hard erection. I have practiced them for more than one year and have seen the effectiveness of these two exercises.
At first, I never felt the need to share them due to my religious orientation that frowns at the subject of sex. However, as my awareness continuous to increase, I realized that any helpful thing I discover along my journey is not for me alone, and that keeping it to myself is a disservice to humanity. I made two Youtube videos on these two exercises I that discovered.
I have listened to several videos on this subject but no exercise can be compared to these two exercises. I have tried all those popular exercises you could find on the web. I have tried exercises like, Kegel Exercise, Pelvic Floor Exercises, Squatting Exercise, Plank Exercise, and push-ups, but none could measure up with these two exercises.
You will testify about these two exercises if you can just try it for just one month. You will not pay any dime for this. So just try it, and be kind enough to come back and drop your feedback.
The name P-Bounce is from “penis bounce”, and P-Swing is from “penis swing”. I gave them those names based on how they are done.
- The P-Bounce Exercise
It is normal for every man to have an erection during the earlier hours of the morning. When you wake up with that erection, sit comfortable by the side of your bed, and allow your erected penis for a bounce. Ensure that you are sitting comfortably in a way that your penis can swing upward and downward.
(If you don’t stay alone, you can go into the toilet, cover the toilet seat, and sit comfortable by the toilet seat, and allow your erected penis for a bounce.)
For every session, use your fingers and tap your penis. Make it go upward and downward for ten times, and then you allow it to bounce forcefully. Apply some energy when you are doing this exercise and you will feel the impact of the exercise on the base of your penis.
When you are done with every session, rest for about fifteen to thirty seconds and repeat the exercise. After the exercise, you may feel some pain at the base of your penis, lower abdomen and even at the side of your ribs. They are normal pains associated with the exercise.
For beginners, you can do five sessions every time you do the exercise. (Remember every session is made up of ten upward and downward swings or movements and one bounce of the penis). When you have done this exercise more than seven times, you can increase the number of sessions to ten or fifteen times whenever you do the exercise.
Do this exercise three times every week. When you have gotten your desired erection, you can reduce it to once every week, or still retain the three times weekly exercise.
- The P-Swing Exercise
Still sitting in that position, you swing your penis in a circular manner for twenty times for every session. You use your finger to support your penis to give it that circular rotation.
When you are done with every session, rest for about fifteen to thirty seconds and repeat the exercise. For beginners, you can repeat the session for just 5 times. When you have done it for more than seven times, you can repeat the session of the exercise for ten to fifteen times.
These two exercises exert pressure on the base of the penis and all the muscles and nerves connected to erection. Just like you do push-ups to strengthen your muscles, these two exercises will strengthen all the nerves and muscles connected to erection.
Please, you do not have to over strain the penis. Your wife may need your attention. Just follow the simple instructions: three times every week, consistently for one month. We are waiting patiently for your feedback.
If our explanation is not very clear, please, kindly check out our YouTube videos on this subject on the link below. The video quality may be poor but the information there is priceless. You can also drop your questions below this article or below the link of the video and we will respond to them as fast as possible.
Next post on this subject will be Sunday, September 22, 2019, and the subtitle will be, Three Amazing Benefits of P-Bounce and P-Swing Exercises.