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This Is A Real Workout For Your Cock And No This Is Not A Joke

Real weights ARE used...by your junk.
This Is A Real Workout For Your Cock And No This Is Not A Joke

Photo cred - Eric Nelson

Women build up their pelvic muscles with kegel exercises, typically to prepare for child birth. For far too long, there has been no male equivalent. The gendered injustice stands no longer with the dawn of Private Gym, an all to real fitness regiment that is all about beefing up your junk.

Described as "CrossFit for your cock" by Austin Wilde (wink face if you know who that is) the Private Gym workout routine follows the very basic idea that is you use a muscle, it'll get stronger. Apparently that also applies to your dick.

A two-part program, Private Gym begins with "Basic Training," four weeks where you target your pelvic muscles. Then comes the (really) weird part, with the "Resistance Training" part of the program.

Much like a regular resistance training workout, the second phase of Private Gym uses a legit weight that "fits comfortably around the erect penis and is lifted up and down." Take that in for a second. Yeah, I'm still in awe.

Best, and most awkwardly hilarious of all, is the entire Private Gym package comes complete with a follow-along DVD. No-homo for all the straight boys watching a guy with a weight attached to his dick thrusting a bunch, of course. You're just lifting, bro.

You can have the complete Private Gym training program, DVD and dick-weight included, for the not-so-low price of $99.99. The marketed benefits include upping your sexual performance and preventing erectile dysfunction, so maybe it's worth it? I'll let you decide that one, and just leave the link to the website right here.

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