KIEV, UKRAINE - MAY 23: A man works out at Kachalka gym, a Soviet era open-air fitness area on the island of Tuhev on May 23, 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine. The free park which was opened in the 1970's consists of a 6.2 square mile outdoor fitness and recreational centre with gym equipment made from old scrap metal, vehicle parts, tyres and heavy metal chains. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

A new study found some pelvic floor exercises men should do to improve their performance in bed.  They all involve clenching and working your muscles down there . . . and trying to stop your flow mid-stream when you’re peeing.


These easy exercises could help men last longer in the bedroom, study claims

Stopping your pee mid-flow could help you beat erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, scientists have claimed. New research suggests that pelvic floor exercises could help around three-quarters of men battling with the common sexual issues. These exercises are typically recommended for women to lower their risk of incontinence, especially after having a baby or surgery.