Losing weight does increase penis size. The relationship between weight loss and penis size comes down to the amount of fat in your suprapubic area. The less fat surrounding your penis, the bigger your penis will look, and the more length you can effectively use during intercourse. But how much bigger?
Men can gain 1 inch of penis length for every 30 to 50 pounds they lose. The catch in the relationship between weight loss and penis size is your current weight. You won’t see any gains in length if you are of average weight and manage to shed 30 pounds. This really only provides a noticeable visual gain for significantly overweight or obese men.
While penis size by race is what people think has the biggest size difference, it’s actually penis size by weight that has the more noticeable difference.
Your penis before and after weight loss
If you are obese, you might suffer from buried penis syndrome. This causes the penis to be buried or hidden under your supra pubic fat pad, and most men associate their penis with their masculinity, just as they associate fertility with masculinity. These kinds of issues can have strong mental health implications and cause depression and self-esteem issues.
After you lose that weight, your genitals have the space they need to fully show themselves. Your penis and testicles will look larger. This will give you a psychological boost in the bedroom.
Let’s look at how to lose that fat around your penis.
How to lose fat around the penis
The first step to losing fat around your penis is to significantly change your diet after consulting with a dietitian. You won’t see results from any exercise program if you keep eating fatty foods.
Ditch all refined and processed foods. Add things to your diet that are rich in omega 3, vitamin C, and calcium. Foods with these nutrients fight fat deposits that build up in the abdomen and supra pubic area.
When it comes to exercise, you want to focus on burning fat in the right areas. To do exercises like scissor kicks, reverse crunches, and leg raises to target abdominal fat, follow this:
Flutter kicks work the abs and hips, which improve the strength in your lower abdomen.
Flutter Kicks Guide:
1. Lie flat while your arms lie straight side-by-side with palms down.
2. Legs should be extended fully with only a slight bend in the knees.
3. Lift heels to a height of about six inches off the floor.
4. Make motions which are scissor-like slowly and then rapidly
Reverse crunches work the abs, hips, back, and spinal erectors, which help strengthen your core, improve one’s lower-back stability, and also correct your lordosis as you tilt your back in a posterior position.
Reverse Crunch Guide:
1. Lie on a mat with your back
2. Put your knees together and bend your legs at 90 degrees with your feet flatly planted on the surface.
3. Put your palms facing the floor as they provide you with support.
4. Make sure your abs are tight and lift your hips and pull in your knees towards your chest.
5. Make a pause with knees close to your chest and then lower them to the starting position making sure your back is in full contact with the surface.
Lying Leg Thrusts
Reverse crunches work the lower abs and oblique muscles, which help build your lower abs without straining your spine.
Lying Leg Thrusts Guide:
1. Lie on your back on the floor with your hands beside your body.
2. Lift both feet off the floor and raise them until they face the ceiling while keeping them straight. Keep your back flat on the floor.
3. Tighten your abs, and then raise your hips off the floor as high as possible.
4. Slowly lower your hips to the floor as you do so without bending your knees, and then repeat the movement.