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How much should you V-Stretch in your routine and how do you do it correctly?

How much should you V-Stretch in your routine and how do you do it correctly?

If I have an approximately 15 minute routine of stretching where I do 3 stretches up, down and out, and one stretch to left and right (11 stretches minus the V stretches). So I started incorporating V Stretches this week, 3 in the middle of each session. What do you think is the optimum amount of V-Stretches to do in my routine, and where should I place them in my workout, and spaced out or all in a row?

Also how do I know if I am doing it right. They are harder to perform because it is harder to keep a grip with my strong hand while pushing down with my left hand, but I don’t feel any more tension than when I do my downward stretches. I feel a tiny bit more tension than when I pull out, but the sides and downward stretches create more tension. And I feel that after doing them the rest of my workout feels less tense. I am confused as to whether I should be increasing force throughout the stretch with the hand pulling out or with the hand pushing down? And should I do these stretches in different directions, or all straight out?

Also where is the best part of my penis to push down on? How do I ultimately know that I am doing it right, what should the signs be?

You will be advised that Vs are more stressful than regular stretches and that perhaps you should hold of on incorporating them into your PE routine. +1 to that.

Some guys should never venture past the n00b lite routine. Some guys are safely and effectively employing EPIC-danger forms of advanced PE a few months in. I believe that anyone with good self monitoring skills and a safety first attitude can safely V stretch.

So I have no helpful nuts and bolts advise for you sir, just some meta-advise.

Hold off until PE seems old hat unless you do posses good self monitoring skills. Employ a safety first policy. Re-actively, stop instantly at the first sign of pain or wrongness. Pro-actively, walk softly and use your self monitoring to NOT step over into too fast/far.


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Originally Posted by iamaru
You will be advised that Vs are more stressful than regular stretches and that perhaps you should hold of on incorporating them into your PE routine. +1 to that.

Some guys should never venture past the n00b lite routine. Some guys are safely and effectively employing EPIC-danger forms of advanced PE a few months in. I believe that anyone with good self monitoring skills and a safety first attitude can safely V stretch.

So I have no helpful nuts and bolts advise for you sir, just some meta-advise.

Hold off until PE seems old hat unless you do posses good self monitoring skills. Employ a safety first policy. Re-actively, stop instantly at the first sign of pain or wrongness. Pro-actively, walk softly and use your self monitoring to NOT step over into too fast/far.

Why do the v-stretches not feel as tense as downward stretches if they are supposedly more stressful?

Because a fulcrum enhance the amount of force you apply on your penis.

Originally Posted by marinera
Because a fulcrum enhance the amount of force you apply on your penis.

Might be a stupid question, but whats a fulcrum? And so in conclusion, If I’m not feeling extra tension while doing v-stretches am I still doing them right?

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