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How long for a newbie

How long for a newbie

Hello everyone, I started the newbie routine Sep 19th of this year ( little over a week ago) and was curious of how long I should stay on with the routine before going to a different routine. Two - Three months was kind of my thought, but would hate to stay on longer if I could get better progress of of a different routine.

Also, I want more length + girth, but should I start with trying to get length first? I heard length is harder to achieve once you’ve gained girth. Thanks.


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Hi,

I am not that experienced on PE but I read a lot and my advice is to stick on the newbie-routine as long as you gain from it. I am on PE for 5months now and have not gained yet, but my sexual performance is increased and I know that it is a matter of time to get measurable gains (maybe I gained but I do not recognize the gain of a couple of mm). I just want to say that 3 months could not be enough to see results and to change the routine.
So go on for at least 6 months with the newbie-routine and than if you want you can start with other routines. In this 6 months you can read a lot about other routines, logs and experiences of veterans.

Ciao

Always, always, always keep at a routine until you’ve stopped making gains. And I mean completely stop, not by overtraining or injury. I mean when your penis is working just fine and you’ve gone one or two months without a gain.

More specifically, you should probably do the Newbie Routine for at least two to three months consistently.


PE isn't a chore. PE is a lifestyle.

If you feel down sometimes, come live inside my mind. I promise you'll enjoy the experience.

I say 3 months minimum. Why risk jumping into advanced routines, injuring yourself, and having to take a month or two off to recover? Especially when this is a one to two year process, or longer, I don’t see why you would skip an extra month of conditioning to ensure proper pliability in the future.

Hi Mdrg, I think waiting for 2 months until I’m sure that I can’t make any gain is a waist of time.

If I change the routine once in a while, or at least change the force or the time, I’m going to make consistence gain without waisting valuable time.

Additionally, there are a lot of exercises and techniques, which allow a big number of routine by mixing them up, so you do not have to worry about running out of routines

As James00 said, you shouldn’t jump to an advanced routine. Take it easy and go step by step.

Originally Posted by pegain
Hi Mdrg, I think waiting for 2 months until I’m sure that I can’t make any gain is a waist of time.
If I change the routine once in a while, or at least change the force or the time, I’m going to make consistence gain without waisting valuable time.
Additionally, there are a lot of exercises and techniques, which allow a big number of routine by mixing them up, so you do not have to worry about running out of routines

I believe you were adressing dumbfun08, right? :P


PE isn't a chore. PE is a lifestyle.

If you feel down sometimes, come live inside my mind. I promise you'll enjoy the experience.

I were addressing you in the first line of my post, Mdrg. Because you are the one who suggested to wait for 2 months to ensure that there is no more gain.

Newbie routine for 3 months. You may even need to start off doing less than what is recommended in the newbie routine (I did), until your unit is conditioned and able to handle the whole routine. Be sure to document WELL your pre-PE size and pictures are always the best motivation for later on.

The 3 months isn’t just for gains. It’s also so you can practice the exercises and get used to what feels right. You REALLY need to watch your PI’s (see link in my sig).

A lot of new guys want to rush the first 3 months so they can get to the imagined “better” advanced routines. Remember, the advanced routines are not necessarily better. Indeed, the chances are very good you’ll get the best and fastest gains of your PE life with the newbie routines. The object is not to condition your unit to PE, but to make it gain. Technically speaking, conditioning yourself to PE is like getting immune to antibiotics. You don’t want to, because then you have to do even more to gain (which is where the advanced techniques come in).

I know it goes against every fiber in a beginning PE’ers body, but you really need to use the least amount of force necessary to gain. That way it’s easier to keep gaining. Take it too fast, too hard and at worst you’ll injure yourself, but even if you don’t you’ll make your unit even more resilient to the exercises.

At the end of the 3 months, well… wait till you get there to see what comes next :)

Stay with it as long as you are progressing. And if no progress your penis will let you know when to step up the routine. I think that we all increase the intensity and time of the routine as we go. This is not a sprint it is a marathon. Pace yourself for the long haul.

No progress doesn’t necessarily mean you have to get more intensive with your workout. If you’re getting a lot of bad PIs, then it could mean that you’re already being too intense. Working it too hard (even by doing the regular newbie routine) can hurt your gains.

Not getting any gains from the newbie exercise does happen occasionally, but I would suggest reading more from the forums and asking more questions before making your workout more intense than the newbie routine. Especially in the first 3 months.

I’m not saying this to dissuade you guys, but there’s a ton of guys that have injured themselves because they thought more work is what they needed. It’s important to remember that you’re not just working out a muscle. This part of your body was never intended to become bigger, so it takes care to damage it in a controlled way so that it rebuilds bigger.

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