Increase Your Stamina in Bed using the Fleshlight STU
Dr. Swift’s Key to Success
“The Fleshlight Stamina Training Unit (STU) is a product that I recommend to all males that are having trouble with their stamina in bed with their partners. Poor stamina, in a sexual context, means that these men are reaching orgasm very quickly during intercourse. This is sometimes referred to as ‘premature ejaculation’ and is a fairly normal occurrence, especially for young men.
The principle of the STU is to provide a “practice” vagina that provides more sensation and a tighter fit than a real life vagina. If the user can become accustomed to delaying his orgasm by various methods, including pauses, breaks, and constriction of his kegel muscles in the Stamina Training Unit, he should be able to apply these practices towards his performance during sexual intercourse with ease.”
How to Know if you Need the Stamina Training Unit
There is no hard line that determines whether a man has “stamina” issues during intercourse. Like so many things, we have to look at several factors. Ask yourself these questions:
- Would I like to have longer lasting sexual intercourse before reaching orgasm?
- Do I often have to take breaks during intercourse so that I don’t climax and, do those breaks have a negative effect on the overall lovemaking experience?
- Would my partner prefer me to “last longer” before climaxing? Has she/he expressed dissatisfaction with my performance?
- Do I feel like I’m constantly trying not to reach orgasm and does that take away from the lovemaking experience?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, then you are probably a good candidate for the Stamina Training Unit.
Clinically diagnosed premature ejaculation is described as “an intervaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT) of about 1 min on all or almost all occasions and requires this to be a cause of distress” (Rosenberg, 2011).
What this means is that to be taken seriously by a doctor, you have to consistently be reaching orgasm within about one minute of entering your partner’s vagina (or other orifice; this probably should be updated) and the fact that you climax too soon needs to cause you some distress.
If you think that you suffer from clinical premature ejaculation, the STU is a good first option to try out. The next steps would require speaking to your doctor and possibly a psychologist and they might prescribe certain SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors – or antidepressants) medications to treat your problem.
Most Men Just Want to Last Longer in Bed
If you don’t think that you suffer from clinical premature ejaculation but you are still having issues with how long you last during intercourse then you’ll probably find great success with the Fleshlight Stamina Training Unit.
- Most men see a significant increase in their ejaculation latency time (the time it takes until they reach orgasm)
- Many men report that their partner notices a difference without prior knowledge of their “training program.”
- Often, men report that their penis feels less overstimulated during intercourse. and;
- Many men notice that their erections feel harder and their orgasms are more enjoyable.
How the Product Works
The Fleshlight STU has been engineered to be a highly stimulating masturbation sleeve. Here is a picture of the interior of the unit:
You can see that it is highly textured with bumps on the inside. This is designed this way in order to achieve maximum stimulation to the penis as it moves in and out of the Fleshlight. The interior diameter of the sleeve is only about 0.5 inches across, which makes it one of the tightest masturbation sleeves on the market. Keep in mind that the material does stretch so your penis doesn’t need to be less than 0.5 inches in diameter in order to use this product.
The end of the unit has a screw on cap. This cap can be loosened or tightened in order to experience more or less suction. More suction will obviously mean more stimulation so this might be a factor you can adjust as you’re working through your program.
How does the Fleshlight STU feel?
Most men that use the Stamina Training Unit for the first time describe the feeling to be “intense.” Bobs&Knobs sex toy reviewer “Mister” says:
Well, this fake vagina is a better imposter than I could have ever imagined. The initial insertion is spot on. The (seemingly) random constrictions made it feel like I was pleasing the toy itself. And then on the stroke out, it keeps sucking you back in, telling you to come back, wanting more.
You can choose either an anatomical orifice (vagina) or the non-anatomical option (STU Pure). The orifice is largely for your own mental imaginations; one hole does not feel much different from the other.
In order to get the most functional and pleasurable use out of your STU, use a water based lubrication liberally.
“This training unit will keep you on the brink of orgasm!!! Very good at training you to control yourself.
- Brian G. 2/6/2017
Entering the orifice, you’ll find that the “speedbumps” begin almost immediately. Your penis gets rubbed and massaged and you’ll be able to feel how tight the sleeve feels around you. Many men, especially men that suffer from premature ejaculation, find that they will feel the need to climax after only a few strokes. This is normal and your goal will be to increase the number of strokes that you can make before having an orgasm.
Building your own Training Program with the Fleshlight
Your own personal training program will be very specific to your own personal sensations and preferences. Another factor to take into consideration is how often you are currently climaxing with and without your partner.
Here’s an example of how you could “train” with the STU:
Greg normally has sex with his wife 2x per week. Each time he has intercourse, he normally lasts about 5 minutes before reaching orgasm. Greg normally masturbates alone 2x per week as well and he normally has an orgasm within one or two minutes while masturbating alone.
to increase the amount of time it takes to reach orgasm with his wife to 15 minutes without detracting from his experience (ie. without thinking about things that are normally disgusting or distasteful).
Greg has sex with his wife at the same frequency as normal but he is having one more masturbation session per week (3 sessions per week now). When he first starts using the STU, he can only manage about 4 strokes before feeling the need to climax. Over the course of the month he aims to increase that to 10 strokes.
Greg still makes love to his wife as normal and is still having 3 masturbation sessions per week but now he is only allowed to have an orgasm two times per week while masturbating. The other time, he needs to focus on getting very close to climaxing and then removing stimulation. He exercises his Kegel muscles as he does this. Greg has worked his way up to about 20-30 slow strokes on the STU and can last about 5 to 7 minutes before climaxing.
This month, Greg takes away another one of his masturbation orgasms. He still makes love to his wife with the same frequency and he still masturbates 3x per week. Greg is getting very good at delaying his orgasm with the Fleshlight and that is contributing to his longer lasting intercourse with his wife as well. This month, he can now last approximately 10 minutes with the Fleshlight and has increased his time to climax with his wife to 16 minutes!
As you can see with Greg’s experiences, this isn’t a quick fix for your sexual stamina issues. Your body will need time to adjust and adapt to the new sensations that you’re giving it and this takes time.
In fact, if you read anything that promises “instant” or “quick” solutions for sexual performance in the form of pills or cream or pumps, run the other way and don’t look back.
Other things to consider when buying a Fleshlight
If you haven’t already had a conversation with your significant other about your issues and possible solutions that you are planning, now would be a good time to do so. In most cases, partners are more willing to help and become more encouraging when the problems are laid out honestly. This isn’t the time to be embarrassed about your performance, it’s the time to do something about it.
With that being said, Fleshlight is an extremely discreet company and will ship your product to you in a plain box with no mention of Fleshlight, sex toys, or masturbation sleeves.
While Amazon is perhaps the most popular online retailer for sexual aids, this is not the place to buy a branded sex toy like the Fleshlight. Knock off Fleshlights run rampant on Amazon due to their popularity.
Go straight to the source; Fleshlight.com. You’ll find the Stamina Training Unit there priced moderately at $69.95 (at this time of writing). For a lifetime of sexual satisfaction, that’s a small price to pay.
Finally, cleaning your Fleshlight. Your Fleshlight needs to be cleaned and dried each time that you use it. To clean, you can just remove the sleeve from the hard plastic case and rinse it with warm water. The drying process takes a little bit longer; the sleeve needs to be air dried before putting the cap back on and putting it away. This can mean several hours air drying time, or you can use a blowdryer on cool to speed that up.
Sexual performance issues can take a toll on your mind, body and spirit. It can turn into a vicious cycle of reduced performance due to anxiety about poor performance. There is no need to suffer alone. Talk to your partner or talk to a doctor if you feel that your mental health is suffering because of this.
If you are solely looking to better yourself and increase your stamina in bed, the Fleshlight Stamina Training Unit is ideal for this. Most men report that they are lasting longer during intercourse, are having better orgasms, and their penis is becoming less sensitive to overstimulation.
You can buy the Fleshlight Stamina Training Unit straight from the source at Fleshlight.com
American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, 5th edn. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Association, 2013. 7 Rosenberg MT. It may take options to get premature ejaculation out of the closet. Int J Clin Pract 2011;65:1–3.