In the beginning.
Hello, one and all.
This is my first post on here, and marks the first day of my PE journal. I began over on the Men’s Health PE forum, but I prefer this area, after looking around. The other forum is basically just a mirror of this site anyway, and there appears to be a broader array of people here.
Last week when I first got onto the other forum, I did something incredibly stupid: I rushed right home and BEGAN with the best of intentions, but before an hour was out, I was trying advanced routines, and learned the hard way why building up sensibly is for the best. I was pretty sore for a few days, during which I decided that I’d better go about this properly, eh?
It’s doubly odd that I would do such a thing; I’m an experienced weightlifter, and I KNOW better than to just jump into an advanced routine. As I stated on the other forum in my only entry, I guess it goes to show that when it comes to something like the penis and our perceived self-image, it’s easy to get carried away hoping for that “miracle cure”.
I suppose I should begin with a little background and some stats before really getting in-depth on my intentions.
I’m 37 years old, reasonably fit, although I have a history of extra weight around the middle over the last 4 years (I’m a compulsive eater when depressed.)
After a year spent in Iraq with virtually no access to porn, let alone the privacy for masturbation, I returned to the States a few months back trimmer and full of piss and vinegar, feeling better than I had in a long, long time.
Gaining access to the Internet and porn, I admittedly honked Bobo far more frequently than I should have, the result being that when a young lady came to see me, I was only worth about 50 percent. Gentlemen who question the health aspects of masturbation, beware: All Things In Moderation! Too much of a good thing can and will harm you!
That being said..
I’m now in reasonable shape, but still need to shed about 20-25 pounds. I weigh about 235 lbs at 70.5 inches (I’m fairly solid, so it’s not all just blubber), but DO carry the aforementioned tonnage low on my abdomen, so that it resembles that grotesque belly that enormously fat people have when they begin to carry rolls, the kind that hang separate from one another. The appearance is odd, since I have a barrel chest, broad shoulders, and the TOP of my abdominal area is reasonably flat and solid. This stuff I carry is below the navel and droops badly atop the groin.
For now, there’s still a great deal of fat, so I intend to continue working it before resorting to more extreme measures, should such prove necessary.
Now, general composition aside, I give you .. The Penis.
I always thought I was smaller, although I suppose some of that has to do with the weight I carried before, combined with a low self-esteem. However, using a metal ruler from our die-and-tooling shop (very accurate!) I measured a BPEL of 6.5, a NBPEL of 5.5; EG of 5, and NEG (stretched) of 3.25.
These are not bad measurements at all, and they’ve certainly helped somewhat in the self-esteem arena.
My overall goal is 8” NBPEL, and 6.5 - 7” EG. I realize this could take quite a while, but hey, did I have something else I was going to do that would accomplish what I’m after?
During the week that I took off from hurting myself, I realized that I need to approach this scientifically, just as I would (and do) my weightlifting routine. I would need to plan for various aspects of this regimen, such as allotting proper training time, CHOOSING proper training times and schedules, supplementation, nutrition, overall health, etc.
During the week, I have been practicing Kegels, and have decided that these exercises are, beyond a shadow of a doubt, invaluable for the practitioner of PE. Not to say that all you gentlemen in here didn’t know what you were talking about, clearly you DO or this site wouldn’t have lasted so long with such a following! But for a first-timer, seeing/feeling really IS believing.
Taking just that week off, with minimal Kegel practice, increased my hardness and the intensity of orgasms significantly.
Because I still have to learn to do the exercises properly, I intend to take my time, experiment some with the minimalist approach while documenting my findings, so that after two to three weeks I can try to put together a solid beginner’s routine that I’m actually capable of doing.
Having read several of the other posts, I realize that with time and practice I will become both proficient and efficient with these moves, and will be able to pack more into my day.
During this phase I assume that Kegels would be the best exercise to actually put routine to. I believe the following will be good for now, and would appreciate if anyone with a differing opinion would suggest otherwise:
Day 1: Warm-up in the shower, massage and light stretch, with 50 x 5 seconds Kegel
At the office, at the top of each hour, concentrate on 25 x 5 Kegel
Try to lightly stretch and massage after bathroom breaks
Evening, warm-up with hot cloth or shower, 50 x 5, same massage and stretch
Day 2: See how things feel. As with all muscles, I assume the PC muscle will get sore from a new routine.
If all goes well, continue as with Day 1.
Over the ensuing days I intend to increase the numbers of Kegels, alternated with gradually increasing the times for the Kegel flexures. I’m open to any and all discussion on this approach.
Starting with Week 2, and hopefully having completely healed by this time, I want to start experimenting with various forms of Jelq, seeing what is comfortable or not, what I readily grasp and seem to correctly perform, etc. The Kegels, of course, will continue.
Once I’ve figured out the Jelqs and various forms of stretch, possibly 2-3 weeks, I will try to start a morning AND an evening routine.
I’ve also purchased a stretching product from the SizeGenetics group, and upon inspection (I have yet to try the apparatus) it looks like it just might work. I’ll likely attempt that tonight, just for fitting and fiddling with, and if anyone is interested in the results in here, I’ll let them know what I discover.
Aside from this PE schedule, I work a regular day-job, I have two weightlifting routines (morning with deadlifts daily, evening with a rotating bodybuilding schedule with a breakdown of Chest/Tri’s, Back/Bi’s, Legs, Shoulders for a four-day cycle), Tuesdays and Fridays with Aikido, Saturdays with Tai Chi, Sundays with yoga.
If anyone knows whether any of these routines could prove detrimental to my PE efforts, please let me know, as this is a good question, but not one I’m specifically looking for in my search of the forums.
Best regards to all, and I look forward to hearing more stories of success in here!