I officially enter the brotherhood.
I didn’t want to the use the generic Hi Guys or Hello Everyone :) . But as it is, thunders as has been stated by many people, is kind of like a brotherhood.
Anyway, I’ve finally decided to say hi to everyone after months of reading and learning. I have finished the newbie routine already, actually 4 months into it now, but sadly I can’t report any gains.
For all those that are curious, my starting stats are 7” BP & 4.75” Girth with my goal being 8” NBP and 6” Girth. Now, I’m a fairly tall guy 6’, and I’m built like a soccer player (buff), because yes I am a soccer player. From all my reading I gather that this is a fairly large size and nothing to be ashamed off, however, and there is always a but or a however, I feel that it looks too small, not proportioned well to my body.
I am 19 years old, currently studying a double degree in Engineering and Management (2nd year), I love cars, girls and soccer, not too mention my family (mum, dad etc) which will always be my priority.
As I stated before, I have been doing the newbie routine with no luck. So I’m posting because of two reasons:
Firstly, I felt it was time to introduce myself and say hello to everyone here. Secondly, id like someone to help me out with a new routine, and perhaps throw motivation in the mix.
I have a question, does stretching down target the ligs or the tunica? In my opinion it targets the tunica, simply because hanging targets the tunica, therefore upward stretches would target the ligs. This is the way I view it, and if I’m correct than I have been stretching wrongly this whole time. Mainly, I’ve been stretching down, and never up.
My routine consisted off a 1 hour session every day, mostly 4 times a week, this included:
:10 min jelq
:30 min stretches (straight down) (this includes normal and v-stretches)
And this would bring me to the hour :| Hmmm now that I’ve outlined it like this, it seems like it’s a shorter time..
Furthermore, on a more personal note. I believe that self improvement is a vital tool in creating motivation within yourself to achieve things that you’ve always feared or avoided. Because once improvement takes place and the individual feels that it’s working, than confidence is a factor that should also increase. So I view PE as not just something to increase the size of my unit, but the fact is when I do achieve my goals, I can say to myself, that constant effort and dedication does pay off and it is worth it, and to prove it to myself all I have to do is looking down.
Well that’s all that I can think off now, all the best to you guys with your PE endeavours.