Weak glutes and tight pelvic floor connection
I hope this is the right section and apologize in advance if it is not. The reason I’m posting today is I haven’t seen much info posted about this and how greatly important it might be for people suffering from PE, Erectile dysfunction, or other pelvic floor disorders. What brought this to my attention is my urologist who I told about my constant need to use the restroom. I had no enlarged prostate or any symptoms. He believes my pelvic floor issues are related to a sedentary lifestyle and how kegels on an already tight pelvic floor is making it worse. He explained how the glutes are linked to the pelvic floor and how it stretches the pelvic floor and strengthen them into there proper place, preventing it from getting constantly tight. Almost becoming in a reverse kegel like state, preventing it from getting too tight. If you google weak glutes and pelvic floor you will see a good bit of information covering this, though mostly from women. But I’ve also found on bodybuilding websites on how people started squating, and deadlifiting would state how they regained control over PE and much greater erection quality. Alot of these people also tend to already have an active life but didn’t seem to get these changes till they started strength training areas that hit the glutes hard. Anybody have similar experience or research themselves?