Are we there yet?
So, you get to this forum. You read a few threads (skipping the START HERE thread - too useful), download a few videos, and settle on an advanced routine full of Horse440’s, 100% erect jelqing and V-stretches. You buy an electronic pump with 25 massage settings, 2 different hangers and the most expensive ADS device you can find.
The Newbie Routine is just there for suckers, right? It’s for people who are basically incapable of knowing their limits, but you know them all too well. The more money you throw at this, the less time you need to spend and the faster you will grow, right? Works for everything else, better cars cost more, better anything costs more money.
Anyway about 3 weeks into your advanced routine, you’re going through the instruction manual for your pump while hanging 60lb. You take the hanger off and your dick is numb, then you notice the huge bruise type things on your dick and think they must have been caused by your girth session the previous night. You start to get worried and so you log on to the forum and post a thread explaining the current condition of your dick.
Someone suggests taking 2 months off to allow it all to heal. At this stage you’ve gained 1/8” in length but during the 2 months you take off it disappears. So you’re three months in and have no gains. What’s even more annoying is some guy just posted that he’s gained 1” in length and 1/2” in girth from the Newbie Routine over the past 2 months.
Why do we recommend the Newbie Routine here? Why does it build up over a period of weeks? It’s simple really, when you start PE your penis is incapable of withstanding the stresses of advances exercises: it’s not adapted. Within the first 2 months of PE, your penis will change dramatically: it will gain vein capacity, it will gain the strength to withstand the advanced exercises . We don’t recommend it to cheat you out of early quick gains.
Penis enlargement is a risky business. To be truly effective you need to surf the border between sensible and insane PE, hopefully without skipping over the line into injury too often. It’s easy to think you know your dick when you start PE but you don’t know how much effort is required to burst a vein when you start out. There is a lot more to learn than you think.
If you buy devices right away, you’ll probably buy the wrong device, you may not even need any devices - a lot of people gain a lot of inches with only their hands.