I know I’m a newbie but why all this self doubt. Would it not be very odd if PE didn’t work? We (all?) go to the gym and see slow gains from our weedy “natural” selves into muscled beauties. We see pictures from tribal Africa of extended ears and necks achieved by traction. We don’t ask for a doctor to confirm any of this because none of it seems unbelievable. However, it all takes time: why should we doubt that the same is true of PE?
I must admit I was sceptical at the start. I went through a commercial site that showed me the basic exercises but I wondered if they really just wanted the money!) but as I found sites such as this it became completely clear that PE would work.
One thing I cannot find any threads about is “focus”. The only exercises I do are jelq and kegel. If I do my jelqs when I cannot focus - I.e. There are others around the house or I am in rush - I am convinced it is of a much lower quality than those sessions when I am completely absorbed in the task. Although I don’t like rest days, they occur because I now avoid doing PE when I can’t focus 100%.
Does anyone else have a view on “focus”? Is there a transcendental side to PE?