Abnormal injury resistance
I know the title of this thread may seem very weird, but it’s there for a reason. As some may know, I started PE in mid-January. My routine is extremely simple, as it consists of Jelqing and Kegels only. I usually do 10 minutes of Jelqing and then 60 kegels; this routine is performed 3 times per week. I’m really going for a “less is more” approach, because my objectives really aren’t extreme. For those curious about them, here are some stats:
Beginning (around mid-January):
Now, here’s my question, or “problem”. I’ve been experimenting with a lot of different Jelqing techniques.. Overhand, underhand, on flaccid, on semi-flaccid, on 80% erect, on 100% erect, etc. I know some of these were discouraged, but I wanted to know the “feeling”. Moreover, I even tried different pressures and strokes. And here’s the kick: no matter which technique I use, on whichever erection level (includes 100%), with whatever pressure I employ, I seem to be absolutely unable to cause the slightest injury. I’ve never seen red spots, purple zones, or whatever else can happen.
NOW, my objective is NOT to injure myself, trust me on that one. It’s just that a little negative sign would help me determine that “oh, OK this technique went a little to far” zone. I’m starting to worry that there’s a problem with the way I apply pressure with my hand. I mean, I really feel the pressure, sometimes I’m tightening pretty hard; yet, no symptoms. Does anyone have any explanation as to why I seem to be “injury-proof”??
It is still too early to measure for gains. I will probably measure in the summer to see if it works. If it does, hopefully I can try some clamping then.
Anyway, let me know what you think! Thanks a lot.