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The Private Gym fitness program for sexual satisfaction

A workout designed with men in mind
A workout designed with men in mind
Courtesy of the Private Gym

Although I realize that more women than men read this beauty column, this is a topic that will interest both sexes. It’s a groundbreaking, innovative fitness program to help correct erectile dysfunction created by The Private Gym, LLC. The first FDA registered exercise program that strengthens the pelvic muscles, the program is designed to help strengthen the muscles that support and control the penis.”Pelvic muscle training results in more rigid erections, reduction of premature ejaculation and heightening of orgasms, as well as support of prostate health and improvement of urinary control,” explained a press release received today from the company. “Aside from boosting sexual performance, achieving fit pelvic muscles can help prevent the onset of erectile dysfunction.”

According to instruction the program takes less than 10 minutes a day and three days a week for optimum results. The premise is that when we workout a muscl it gets stronger. Private Gym's Complete Training Program begins with a four-week interactive DVD exercise program that teaches men how to strengthen their pelvic muscles with Kegel exercises for men. These are the same well-known exercises performed by millions of women to increase pelvic tone, particularly after childbirth. This is followed by another four weeks of resistance training."

"We exercise all parts of our body, but completely neglect the muscles that control our sexual function," said Dr. Andrew Siegel, cofounder of Private Gym and renowned urologist, surgeon, professor and author of “Male Pelvic Fitness: Optimizing Sexual and Urinary Health”. "With Private Gym, men can now safely and naturally strengthen one of their most important muscle systems."

Siegel says, “As men approach age 30, the pelvic muscles that support erectile function begin to weaken. According to the Journal of Urology, by age 40, more than 50 percent of men experience some form of erectile dysfunction. This number increases to 66 percent as men near 60 years of age. Premature ejaculation is even more prevalent than erectile dysfunction and can be contributed to by a weakening of the pelvic muscles. By strengthening these muscles, men can experience harder and longer-lasting erections and improvement of premature ejaculation.

Private Gym Complete Training Program includes an interactive, follow-along eight-week exercise program on DVD, step-by-step instructional guide, FDA registered resistance training equipment, magnetic weight, and carrying case. For more information visit


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