According to ukaskmen, You can also try different ways to reach climax that will improve your endurance when you’re with your girl and make the solo act more enjoyable. Here’s what experts recommend as techniques that will take your normal whip-it-out-and-get-it-done attitude and turn it into a pleasurable, hot solo (or partner-assisted) act.
Try Taking It Slower
When you want to relieve stress ASAP, you might rush through your masturbation practice to get it finished before moving on with the next item on your never-ending to-do list. But Kelly J. Connell says that way of thinking can often extend to the bedroom with your partner, with you ending up not truly feeling each and every sensation of the movement and experience.
“Men need to slow it down. Often men masturbate at what seems like the speed of light to get to the end result: ejaculation. It is a means to an end. However, they are actually training their bodies to react to sexual stimulation very quickly and this contributes to premature ejaculation,” Connell says.
“They do not take the time to explore their bodies, be mindful of the moment, and what they are feeling at the time. Slow down and touch your entire body, not just your genitals. Take your time and see what really feels good. Don't rush your orgasm but really pay attention to how your body is responding.”
The Stop-And-Start Technique
Just like the name suggests, perfecting your ability to keep going even when you aren't thrusting or touching will benefit you way past your solo act of masturbation. As Connell notes, usually during intercourse, there are moments when you aren't moving and are pleasuring her instead of being turned on yourself. The stop-and-start method, also called "edging," will help you adjust and prolong the pleasure.
“This technique has been used by men to overcome premature ejaculation but it can also be used by anyone who wants to learn better ejaculatory control. Just like the name says, you start and stop. Start masturbating until you get to a certain level of arousal, and then stop. Wait a couple of minutes and start again, going further in your arousal, and then stop. Continue to do this and go further into your arousal towards orgasm each time. Stop and let your body regress a bit,” Connell says.
“The idea is to prolong the occurrence of what is known as the 'feeling of inevitability', which is when a man can feel all the semen moving though his genitals and knows he is going to ejaculate, and there is nothing he can do to stop it. The longer you can put this off, the longer you will keep your erection. The better you learn to be in tune with your body, the better able you will be able to read the signals your body is sending you about your level of arousal and how close you are getting to ejaculation.”
Focus On Your Testicles
The most neglected part of the male anatomy? Those balls that produce the whole shebang. Connell says to give them the love and attention they deserve – and to investigate those pleasure zones that are only in your testicles. This will not only help you to have a really great orgasm, but make you more comfortable with your girlfriend or partner touching them with her hands, mouth or both.
“A lot of men forget to involve the testicles during masturbation, but touching them at the same time as the penis can be very pleasurable. As they retract up into the body, gently pull them back down. Try gently stroking them or putting a vibrator against them,” she explains.