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“The single most important exercise program that you probably aren’t doing." Check out Private Gym featured on Fox 4’s Morning Blend.

“I know the medical team behind the Private Gym. The program is exceptional. I’d urge you to consider using The Private Gym today."
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The New York Times

“It’s as good as Viagra, without the costs and the side effects,” said Grace Dorey, a professor emeritus of physiotherapy and urology at the University of the West of England and an enthusiastic proponent of Kegels for men."
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"Private Gym is the best thing for your penis we’ve seen in years, guiding you through the steps to strengthen the muscles that support your member, the PC (pubococcygeus).”
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Fox News

"Women aren't the only people who should be doing Kegel exercises, experts say. Studies have found that pelvic floor exercises—long known to help women with childbirth and recovery as well as prevent incontinence—can also help with incontinence, recovery from prostate surgery, and other issues in men, including, possibly, sexual dysfunction."
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The Huffington Post

"Just like women, men have a pelvic floor, supported by the Pubococcygeus muscles, and training them can heed similar results including improved bladder control and enhanced sexual pleasure."
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San Francisco Chronicle

"Studies showing that Kegels can hasten recovery from prostate surgery have been so convincing that surgeons now routinely recommend patients start Kegels before or shortly after the surgery."
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Tampa Bay Times

"People do cardio exercises for their heart, and they do strength training and work on their six-pack, but the pelvic floor is neglected," said Dr. Andrew L. Siegel, a urologist and author of a paper in the July issue of Urology that reviews the benefits of Kegels for men."
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Men's Health

"You probably think of Kegel exercises as a chick-only thing. She squeezes her pelvic floor muscles to prep her for childbirth or make sex more intense. But it turns out, they're not just for women.”
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“…Private Gym implements some pretty…serious science and is built upon the findings of Dr. Arnold Kegel—the guy who invented Kegels. "There is a very significant decline in function of every single muscle group as you age," says Dr. Siegel. "Of course, there are exceptions: 80-year-old guys who can function very well and 30-year-olds who can't. There is a distinct trend as you age and our goal is to try to basically change that—nip this in the bud before it becomes an issue."
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Chicago Tribune

"Give it to me straight, doc." That's what urologists say the patient asks when he gets his prostate cancer diagnosis. "Am I going to have sex again?”…To strengthen pelvic muscles for post-surgical sex, Nelson suggests starting exercises before treatment. He sends patients home with Siegel's book and a DVD, "Private Gym," that spells out how and why exercises help."
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Orlando Sentinel

"When the doctor gets to the worst-case scenario of post-treatment, like urine leakage during sex, some men go into la-la-la, I'm-not-listening mode. "Their wives say, 'He'll have the surgery,' because the women want them to see their grandkids grow up," Holden said. "But for some men, the quality of life is more important than the quantity."
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Urology Times

"Private Gym is the first FDA-registered exercise program that strengthens the pelvic muscles…The Private Gym complete training program comes with an interactive, 8-week DVD exercise program, a step-by-step instructional guide, FDA-registered resistance training equipment, magnetic weight, and carrying case.”
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"The Private Gym, LLC announced today the release of its groundbreaking, innovative fitness program, Private Gym, the first FDA registered exercise program that strengthens the pelvic muscles.”


"The science behind Private Gym is simple and well established: workout a muscle and it gets stronger. Private Gym is an exercise program that provides expertly-designed training routines with resistance equipment.”

"Proving pelvic floor exercise can help turn back the clock on sexual decline, the study demonstrates that weighted resistance training improves erectile function in both healthy men and those with erectile dysfunction."

The CW

"We exercise all parts of our body, but completely neglect the muscles that control our sexual function," said Dr. Andrew Siegel, co-founder of Private Gym and renowned urologist, surgeon, professor and author of Male Pelvic Fitness: Optimizing Sexual and Urinary Health. "With Private Gym, men can now safely and naturally strengthen one of their most important muscle systems.”

Health Care Times

"Preliminary results of a four-month clinical trial offer hope for the thousands of baby boomer men turning 50 every minute, with nearly 6-in-10 of them experiencing erectile dysfunction.