Jelq - judging pressure visually
I’ve been jelqing regularly (recently swapped from 3 times a week to 4 times a week) since January of this year. I’ve been experimenting with a lot of techniques and variations for it, and in general I’d say I like switching between simple overhand grips and underhand grips.
HOWEVER, I have been getting some of these “negative PIs”; the one that bugs me right now is absolute lack of morning erection and significant reduction of EQ. This is most certainly PARTLY due to way too much masturbation; I’ll admit to it, so I’m kinda cutting that off.. But I think it’s silly that at 23 years of age, once a day would be too much and would totally decrease my EQ.. Can anyone confirm if this is abnormal?
On the other hand.. It IS possible that I am applying too much pressure during my jelqing, and that’s why I opened this thread; I think I might have some misconceptions about how much pressure I should apply.
Should I be expecting to actually, visually see my penis “swell” up and increase in size as a result of the pressure that my hand is applying? Because I’ve been applying quite a lot of pressure and squeezing hard enough to make it reach, to a certain extent, my “goal girth”. I’ve been reading a lot of comments saying that light to medium grip is more than enough.. So I am slightly confused. Does this mean that I can apply a grip that doesn’t visually affect the size of my penis while I jelq, yet will provide results? As an additional detail, I am usually working with around 40-70% erection strength (I know that’s a big range.. It varies from day to day).
To sum it up.. Should I squeeze hard enough to see the penis actually increase in girth? Are we really supposed to feel some “hard” pushing by the blood inside? Let me rephrase the question the other way around.. How would you know if the pressure is too LIGHT?
I’ll be awaiting your replies. Thanks in advance.