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18.11.2014 13:42 EST
Our bodies are designed to adapt tochange. Although the idea of exercising to change one’s body isn’tnew, it’s only within the last severaldecades that this concept has been applied to exercising the penis. Penis exercises work on the same principle bodybuilders use to increase their muscle mass. But, haven’t we all heard the penis isn’t a muscle?Not true — or at least, not completely.*.First of all, there arepelvic floormusclesat the base of your penis whose strength can greatly impactthe quality of your erections and your ability to last longer in bed.*.Secondly, studies have found that while the penis is not a muscle of the same type as your biceps, triceps, or quads, it is indeed made up of a large proportion ofa different type of muscle tissue: smooth muscle.In fact, the penis is 50% smooth muscle tissue!There must be a sufficient proportion of smooth muscle tissuein the penis for healthy erections tooccur, and (contrary to what you might expect) this tissue must be able to completely relaxed in orderfor the penis to lengthen and enlarge.The smooth muscle tissue of the penis is different from skeletal muscles (such as those located in your biceps). However, the penis muscle tissue does contribute to both the size and shape of your penis, just like those bicep muscles contribute to the size and shape of your upper arm.

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