Kegels are an exercise that can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which preps them for better bladder control and stronger orgasms. If you have a vagina, you can do it by squeezing those muscles that can pause your pee midstream (or tighten your...grip).
But anyone with a penis can — and should — do them, too. One study of men who suffered from premature ejaculation found that doing Kegels led to an improvement of symptoms in just a few months. Men can do it by squeezing the perineal muscles (the ones between your genitals and anus).