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ADS as a newbie

ADS as a newbie

I’ve doing PE for soon a month. I’m thinking of adding an ADS to my routine (Not yet.)
Nothing heavy, maybe 30-1h a day so I condition my penis before the “advanced routines” after the newbie-routine is completed.

I’ve two questions.
Is it safe to lightly use an ADS as a newbie? (I’m aware of the lack of benefit when not using long enough. I’m only looking for some conditioning.)
I’m studying at a University where I sit a lot. Will the ADS work when I’m sitting? The one I’m planing to get is 4.5” long.

Most people will advise against this, but personally i don’t. I think the best conditioning for ADS is to do ADS, but start with very low tension and for shorter periods and then build up. I don’t really know why people advise against it for newbies as this advise it isn’t based on anything. If you read through the injury thread, there is very little there in the way of ADS based injuries and quite alot from people who have been doing the newbie routine. I think the key is to start slowly. If you jump straight in at high tension and for long periods then you will have a much greater chance of injury, but if you are sensible and take things slowly I’d say it’s fine to ADS without any previous experience of PE.

Okay, I’ll see your point and I’ll try to consider others thoughts also.

Do you have experience of sitting while using an ADS?

No one? :)

There have been clinical studies done on extenders by doctors, with people who do no other PE whatsoever. All the good extenders come with instructions that give you a break-in routine, like wearing it 2-3 hours a day week 1, 3-4 hours/day week 2, etc. If you use common sense, there should be no problem.

I’m only in week 6 of my manual PE routine, and started using an extender in place of stretching at week 4. The first week I did 3 hours a day, and then 4 hours the second week. I’ll probably only be able to wear it for 6 hours max, but in addition to a regular 5 day on/2 day off routine, I think this should work fine. It seems that some people stretch at, near, or slightly above their normal erect length. I found that I can stretch for 2 hours at 1/4” over my normal erect length with no problems. I’ll gradually increase with any gains that occur.

Originally Posted by computerguy
There have been clinical studies done on extenders by doctors, with people who do no other PE whatsoever. All the good extenders come with instructions that give you a break-in routine, like wearing it 2-3 hours a day week 1, 3-4 hours/day week 2, etc. If you use common sense, there should be no problem.

I’m only in week 6 of my manual PE routine, and started using an extender in place of stretching at week 4. The first week I did 3 hours a day, and then 4 hours the second week. I’ll probably only be able to wear it for 6 hours max, but in addition to a regular 5 day on/2 day off routine, I think this should work fine. It seems that some people stretch at, near, or slightly above their normal erect length. I found that I can stretch for 2 hours at 1/4” over my normal erect length with no problems. I’ll gradually increase with any gains that occur.

I’d stretch at a much lower tension than that to start off with. For the first couple of weeks, I’d wear it at minimal tension, far less than erect length and just get used to wearing it, taking it off and on etc. I think with the Andro Extender, for example, the instructions say something like start off with the rods at about an inch below erect length and build up slowly at 1/4 cm per week. So your talking at least 10 weeks until you are stretching at erect length.

Joey - That’s what I was thinking as well but all the instructions say is “a good comfortable stretch.” I guess everyone is different, and some people are comfortable with less. I found experimentally that this stretch was fine. I had no discomfort. At first, I was taking it off every half hour. I just found this week that I can go the whole 2 hours (they say to take it off at that point) with no discomfort. Again, use common sense and adjust to your individual tolerance.

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