How to Make Your Erection Longer in 7 Steps: A 30 Day Challenge For Men Unhappy With Our Size

What is the easiest way to increase erection size? Does it matter? How important is erection length or strength to good sex? Do women care, or is it all in my head? And what is the easiest step by step approach to improving sexual performance, without drugs or danger? Any of these questions sound familiar? In this article we are going to take a quick and easy look at a very simple 30 day challenge that ANY man can do, to not only increase his erection size, but to simultaneously improve his sexual ability, and enjoyment as well. Curious to know more? Continue reading as we take a quick look at the 7 simple steps below.

Step 1: Commit to modify your diet. This sounds like a silly strategy for step 1, but it’s really the most important place to begin. If you want to increase your erection size, the absolute easiest place to start is to change what you eat, how you eat, and when. (more on this below)

Step 2: Pick 2 specific male enhancement exercise regimens that you’ll stick with. There are over 10 different types of PE exercise. Some help with girth, others with tissue density, and others still for enhancing blood flow. The key is NOT to research many different exercises, but to pick 2 that you’ll be willing to do everyday.

Step 3: Block out 15 minutes a day, preferably in the morning, and do EACH of the above exercises for 7 and a half minutes. There is no “official” sweet spot when it comes to the right amount of time for male enhancement exercise, but in my experience, most men WILL be able to allocate 15 minutes to this process. Why 7.5 minutes each? First, it will help break up the monotony of doing 1 exercise for 15 minutes. And more important, “Stacking” or combining different techniques seems to enhance, extend and improve the benefits over doing just 1.

Step 4: Allocate 10 minutes a day to some sort of full body cardiovascular exercise. What does this have to do with erection size? It turns out, everything. The more cardiovascular health you have, the better your blood flow is going to be throughout the body. The better your blood flow, the longer and stronger your penis will be when erect. It’s a very odd thing that so many men completely forget that erection size, length and STRENGTH are far more affected by blood flow, than by the biology you’re born with. You CAN transform yourself more through exercise, diet and discipline than just about any other method, and full body health plays a real role in that.

Step 5: After about a week of the above, it’s time to begin to add very specific foods to your diet. You ought to have at least 1 serving of any of the below per day, and if possible, multiple: Broccoli Sprouts. Spinach. Sardines, salmon or any oily fish. A dark colored fruit or vegetable. (preferably blue, black or boysenberries, although green vegetables, or a bright colored pepper can be a substitute)

Step 6: After about 2 weeks of daily exercise, and the diet modifications made above, you want to add one more type of PE exercise to your routine. The specific exercise is called “PC elevations” and they are done by tightening and relaxing the muscle in the pelvis. What does this do? It strengthens the PC muscle, which is thought to control erection strength, ejaculation control, and a whole host of other functions that relate to optimum sexual performance. These can be done in 2 or 3 minute “sets” and can be done at any point in the day. (they are “hands off” exercises, that can even be done quietly from a desk, or in your car or commute)

Step 7: Measure, motivation and momentum! If you truly want great gains, you’ve got to know what is working, and why. It’s key to have some sort of weekly metric by which you can measure your gains, and see what is working and what you may want to include or improve upon in the week to follow.

The really funny thing?

If you are sexually active now with a current partner, the chances are THEY will notice a difference before you will. It’s pretty common for a woman to comment, for example… That something “feels different,” after a week or two of just the above. You may not SEE a difference yet, but she will FEEL one, and that’s a great sign, I promise!

Source by Anthony J. Rigliosi