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Hi, and some questions

Hi, and some questions

First of all, apologies for the title, since I couldn’t come up with something original.
I’ve been lurking for quite a while on these forums now, mainly gathering as much information as possible
And have made my own routine (linear newbie variation), and finally decided to start doing PE and to really give it
A chance.

However, I still have some questions after browsing around here on the forums.
Firstly, the LOT theory, where it seems that even on 6 o’clock I still have some tugback (visibly),
So either I’m doing something wrong or can do power kegels? No idea on my part.
And secondly, during stretching exercises I feel I get the most out of stretching in a downward angle
(E.g. That’s when I can really feel the stretch on my ligaments)

I got the idea that both issues I brought up are connected, suggesting I should do hanging.
However, as far as PE goes, I’d like to stay on manual exercises and not take it to extremes.

So.suggestions/tips/help would be greatly appreciated!

And for all the veterans/regulars on this forum, nice job on gathering information etc, helped me so much already:)

Just stick to the newbie routine friend. Dont get too carried away. You have the rest of your life to PE.

Yea, strething down is very good when you are just starting. The majority of your stretch time should be at a downward angle, but make sure you are hitting all the other angles as well.

Good luck!


Starting (10 / 2006): 5.8~BPEL, 5~BG ----> Current: 7.6 BPEL, 5.6 BG ----> Goal: Pringles Can

Thanks for the quick reply!

I was just wondering about it and decided to ask.

At least it’s good to know that I can feel whatever I’m doing is working:)

Originally Posted by EdgeWalker
At least it’s good to know that I can feel whatever I’m doing is working:)

Keep up the good work.

Stick to the newbie routine until it stops producing gains.

Oh, and to prevent clogging up the Newbie-forums, I’ll continue here.

I was wondering what the actual risks are if doing a routine with
Only of stretching and jelqing. I know that if it’s done properly
I shouldn’t be worried, however asking doesn’t anyone does it?
So here’s the question: What are the risks involved in basic PE
Routines? (No extreme stuff like hanging and such)
The thing I’m worried about is vascular damage, I couldn’t find conclusive
Answers from what exercise and/or intensity it originated.

Thanks in advance

Originally Posted by EdgeWalker
Oh, and to prevent clogging up the Newbie-forums, I’ll continue here.

I was wondering what the actual risks are if doing a routine with
Only of stretching and jelqing. I know that if it’s done properly
I shouldn’t be worried, however asking doesn’t anyone does it?
So here’s the question: What are the risks involved in basic PE
Routines? (No extreme stuff like hanging and such)
The thing I’m worried about is vascular damage, I couldn’t find conclusive
Answers from what exercise and/or intensity it originated.

Thanks in advance

Like you said, vascular damage. Nerve damage. Strained ligaments.

But those come from aggressive workouts and overloading.

A newbie routine shouldn’t carry much risk at all if you don’t over-do it. Gentle but focused exercising, especially the newbie routine, should in no way be damaging. Just remember a thorough warm up can do wonders for development and prevention of injury.

If your PI’s diminish, you’re over working yourself.

Read the post on venous leakage. Then decide if it’s worth that risk. Most likely you will not be one of the very, very few with that pre-existing risk.

That being said, the newbie routine should be harmless. Listen to your body and work into it gradually. When you think you know it all, take a break because that’s when you’ll probably injure yourself.


My journey .... My pics

Start BPEL 6.50" x MSEG 5.00"

Now BPEL 7.625" x MSEG 5.25"

Thanks for all the tips etc,

Got another theory/question:

Let’s say your trying to establish your routine. You want to make the most out of your exercises
And grow as fast as possible. Isn’t it a good idea to keep increasing within the first 2-4 weeks
Until you get red spots? Red spots mean you’ve overdone it, so using them as a guideline should
Help you to establish the maximum your penis can handle. How valid is this train of thought?
Since I’m doing my routine but haven’t got the idea I’ve hit the maximum I can handle..

And can anyone enlighten me on what I should feel (in general) after some good stretching?

Cheers!

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