Few things make a guy feel prouder of his strong, healthy manhood than to come and see the seminal fluid shoot up in a fountain, spattering several feet away. For some men, this is a common occurrence, while for others, it happens only occasionally, if ever. While it's certainly not a prerequisite for having an eventful and vigorous sensual life, an impressive emission distance is a great bonus. While some men may never fire any shots that hit the headboard, there are steps that they can take to increase the chance for a load that travels greater lengths. Best of all, these steps can also be a part of a man's general male organ care routine.
All guys know where their seminal fluid comes from, but they may be a little fuzzy on what goes into making it geyser (or dribble) out of the shaft. When a man comes, the urinary sphincter and the bulbospongiosus muscle work together to force the seminal fluid up along the urethra and propel it out of the male organ. To a large degree, the strength of these two components will determine the force with which the seminal fluid is expelled, which in turn effects how far the seminal fluid shoots.
Steps to take to improve emission distance
There are a number of things that a man can take to increase the distance that his fluid travels after leaving the male organ. For example:
1) Kegel exercises. As mentioned, the bulbospongiosus muscle plays a very important role in enabling seminal fluid to fly farther; therefore, the stronger that muscle, the better the chances for an impressive off-load. Kegel exercises can help to strengthen (or keep strengthened) the bulbospongiosus. To locate the appropriate muscle for kegel exercises, when a man urinates he should stop himself in midstream; the muscles he naturally tightens are the ones to utilize during kegel exercises. He should practice tightening those muscles, holding for a few seconds and then releasing. Doing 10 repetitions of this several times a day can help strengthen these muscles and improve propulsion.
2) Edging. Another essential exercise for improving shooting distance is edging. To edge, a man comes right to the brink of releasing, then stops; he lets the urge to come subside a bit, then again comes to the edge of releasing and stops again; and repeats this process for as long as he can (preferably a half hour or more). Daily edging practice for at least a couple of weeks often helps bring about improvements in emission distance.
3) Vary the rhythm. When edging, it often helps to vary the rhythm when approaching the ultimate release. Slowing the movement down for the last minute or two and then suddenly driving forward at full force can help to propel the seminal fluid out at a greater force and distance.
4) Drink plenty of water. To some degree, volume of fluid impacts distance. A well-hydrated man tends to have a higher volume of seminal fluid.
5) Delay gratification. In general, a man will have a greater volume of fluid if he has not come in two or three days – so after a guy has mastered the art of edging, holding off on manual stroking or partner activity for a day or two will sometimes result in a greater release.
It also helps if a man's male organ is in good general health; this is especially true when edging, as this highly enjoyable process can result in a very sore male organ. For a healthy manhood, apply a top notch male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) that contains a high-powered combination of moisturizing ingredients, such as shea butter and vitamin E. It's also helpful if the cream contains L-arginine, an ingredient which helps boost nitric oxide production, which in turn keeps male organ blood vessels in better health. And if a male organ has become a little desensitized due to rough handling during edging, a cream with acetyl L carnitine can help restore that sensitivity.
Visit http://www.man1health.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.