Floodjls Newbie Questions And Theory
Hey guys, I just joined today, first post.
Just some background, I started Nov 26 at 6.25 BPEL and 4.5 EG. To date, I’ve gotten up to about 6.6 BPEL, 6.75 on a good day, although my junk is kind of hard to measure because it curves upward (which I like). Once I hit 7 I’m going to try to focus solely on girth for a while, my goals are 7.5x5.75
So first, my question. I have been doing a very light newbie routine, I don’t have a very good PE situation so I have to try to work out quickly in the shower:
3-5 min warm up
1 set of 20 sec stretches in each direction
1 set JAI in each direction
I’ve been working my way up from 20-100 wet jelqs, I’m at 70 right now.
3-5 minute Rewarming
I’ve started to notice my erection curving to the right slightly and I don’t like that. Is this improper stretching? Bad form in jelq? Uneven tunica growth? Any insight would be appreciated.
I think I may have made things hard for myself (pun somewhat intended) in girth gains because when I was a young teenager (I’m almost 22 now) I used to completely cut off my circulation by means of rubber bands etc to increase pleasure in my own personal sessions, sometimes for significant amounts of time. The good news is my member should now be able to handle basically whatever I put it through, but the bad news is I’ve probably hardened things to the point of slowing growth.
I’ve started to experiment with a Cock ring a few hours every few days, and I’ve had a jelqing session with the ring somewhat tightly. Any suggestions on the best way to encourage girth if my worries are correct? I’m curious about moving in very slowly to clamping and then eventually into dry jelqs while clamped. If I do this I’ll probably start with no more than 10 jelqs one day on two days off, and move up 2-5 jelqs per workout depending on PI.
I’m also thinking about going one day routine, next day routine and ADC, and then a rest day as a standard rotation.
Lastly, theory. I’m science minded and I love to read penissmith’s posts, but I was just wondering about overtraining. I’ve read several posts about people getting to a plateau and giving up, resulting in a lot of growth very quickly. I feel like extended rest periods may be a key for growth. This has probably been mentioned before, but to put this in practice and test it I’m taking a full week of rest right now, and for every 4 weeks of working out, I’m going to take one week of rest.
Merry Christmas and thanks for reading!