Exercising the Penis: How to Make Your Most Prized Organ Bigger, Harder & Healthier

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Reseña del editor:

To meet the demand for a quick and easy-to-read book on the growing art of "penile exercising," author Aaron Kemmer spent over five years learning from doctors, experienced experts, and thousands of men who have built a bigger and harder penis using exercises. The result? Exercising the Penis teaches you how to increase your penis size. In a survey of nearly 1,000 men who used penis exercises for three or more months, the average size increase was one inch in length and one-half inch in girth a volumetric increase of nearly fifty percent. Yield harder, stronger, and longer lasting erections. In one study, men who exercised their penis had improved their erection strength just as much as men who took erection drugs. A healthier penis and penile vascular system will help you increase libido, create stronger orgasms, develop a healthier prostate, and more.

Biografía del autor:

Aaron Kemmer has a bachelor's degree from the University of Florida in education and communication. He is the founder of the Penile Exercising Gym and gives lectures on penis health and fitness to sexual education classes at the University of South Florida. Deby L. Cassill, Ph.D. is an associate professor at the University of South Florida. She has been featured in USA Today, Miami Herald, St. Petersburg Times, MSNBC, and various other publications for her work in the field of biology. Dr. Richard R. Howard II received a masters and doctorate in public health and a masters in biochemistry from Tulane University. He believes in maintaining optimum health through exercise, nutrition, nutrient supplements, socialization, and spirituality.

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