When I was 16 I did a form of jelqing and am starting again now. Could I have harmed myself doing it at a young age? Could I have even minimized my potential growth for doing pe now? If you have answers, please reply.
You can always harm yourself with PE if done wrong. If your erection quality and sensitivity are normal, no bending has occured, why would have you? Is there something that makes you think so?
"Be aware that there are several schools of thought here as well. Some seem to go with the hard and heavy approach. The sessions are brutal. You can hear them talking to their dick: You better grow mofo or I will punish you even harder tomorrow! Others seem to favor a more tender approach. Always listening to what their member is saying while massaging it gently and singing to it with a soft voice. If it is moody and not happy with new behavior, they always listen and are very understanding."
A lot of folks seem to think it may be easier to gain at a younger age. I doubt it would have any sizeable effect either way, although an early start means you hit your goal size earlier and you get to have more fun with your big tool.
How old are you now?
I’m 19, discovered Thunder’s at 17, but I have to struggle against procrastination :(
It’s a losing battle, sadly.
If you truely have an acute procrastination problem, you should get help. It will effect your entire life.
I think the main danger of starting too young, at least for me anyway, is the over-eagerness to gain, spending less time on warmups and kegels and more time on manual stretching and jelqing. These days I wonder if my penis would have grown a bit more naturally if I hadn’t began PE at 16. Sure, you could have damaged your penis, but when it comes down to it, a penis is a penis, and whether you start at 16 or 26, the difference can’t be that drastic. Lifting weights at 16 doesn’t “damage” your muscles, and I think PE and bodybuilding ARE very comparable, regardless of what anybody says.
PE SMART - Quality is infinitely better than quantity. Monitor your progress. Make changes accordingly.
I highly doubt that you would have harmed yourself. But as for limiting potential gains, that is a possibility. I started when in Grade 10, stopped in 11, resumed in 12, and currently have a somewhat low LOT. But then again, that could be the result of gains. Having a low LOT isn’t something to worry about though, you just have to work harder. Damn tunica.