Couple newb questions.
Been doing the newbie routine for about a month now and made a solid .5 inch length gain (BPEL) as well as 1/8th inch of girth, I love how much bigger it feels when I give it the proper motivation, but want to make certain I’m doing this right. ;)
I tried searching for how much pressure to use when Jelqing but the only thing I can seem to find is that you can go too tight, but not too. I like to go tight enough so that I can feel the tension and stress, but one time I went a little tight and felt some slight burn from the stretch in my one large external vein but I slowed down to not hurt it. I basically go to just tolerable on tightness/stretch, is that the ideal?
Secondly, when Jelqing I go all the way to the tip of the glans because I’d like to try and get the glans a workout as well, in addition to enjoying it as part of the full stroke. This is also how I first interpreted the description of the Jelq on the info page and video page, but now I interpret it to mean only going to the base of the glans and then stopping, yet I can feel the cavernosa protruding a little ways into the glans, so I think it’s beneficial to do. I figure if it’s working I should stick with it since that’s the typical notation on the Newbie Routine and people moving from it.
Finally, I tend to do a jelq squeeze type of movement since not having a “base trap” I don’t seem to hold tight enough to keep the blood trapped and don’t feel a stretch, plus I lose the partial erection due to not feeling it as well. Additionally I get a noticeable amount thinner right where the circumcision line is up into the base of the glans, it’s hard to dynamically adjust my grip without the base trap hand. The base trap also functions as a turkey-neck prevention method and so far it’s functioned greatly that way. Is there any reason to not use the trap to force more blood into the penis? I typically also supplement this with kegels to get fresh blood in as well as help maintain pressure.
*Edit: forgot to add in a question on the stretching. I notice that to do the normal stretches (like BTC, or straight down) I really have to struggle to keep a grip due to the force of the stretch required/tolerable. So I wind up having to really clamp down to keep a hold of myself. This sometimes results in a slightly sore area where I do my gripping (I try to grab below the nerve) as well as during the stretch it kind of creates a ULI stretch on the head. Is this bad? If so how do you combat it? On a side note, this area has gotten thicker a lot faster than the rest, so I think it’s kind of beneficial even though a little irritating.
Am I doing anything particularly wrong? I figure I’m doing ok as I’m doing these little mods to the newbie routine, but I’m also being cautious since I fear injury more than I welcome being monstrously hung. After all, what’s the point of having a huge unit if you can’t make it perform?
Thanks for any replies.
Last edited by AimingForTen : 11-05-2007 at .