I know what you’re thinking: “Aren’t those for women?” But before you get stuck on that question, let me clarify that, yes, women do them, but so should you. Guys, it’s time to practice your pelvic thrusts.

Also known as pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT), Kegel exercises work the pelvic floor, a collection of muscles between your pubic bone and tailbone. Kegels can be done anywhere, anytime, and have impressive results in improving tone and support for surrounding organs.

Kegel exercises are commonly recommended for and practiced by women after childbirth. The birthing process can do a number on a new mother’s body, and these exercises help build back strength, address incontinence by improving bladder control, and prevent or improve issues with prolapse of the uterus.

However, the pelvic floor