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Jelq query; points of pressure.

Is ThunderSS the site owner/founder?

Anyways, I find that the penis gets more ‘pumped’ when I press all around. Perhaps that is not the actual goal though? Perhaps we should focus on just getting the sides pumped which is less noticeable I’m assuming.


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Originally Posted by AlmaDiedAlone
Can you use a power jelq for the sides, by just rotating it, though? Wouldn’t it work well, then?

Yes, it takes awhile to master using the PJ on the sides but it can be done.

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Clamping and jelqing are different, of course. However, clamping and jelqing both attempt to expand the tissues by forcing blood in (I’m talking about jelqs for girth, obviously) - right? In that sense, they’re not so different. I figured if clamping gives good girth, and when you clamp the head and rest of the unit swell up, then you’d want the same effect with the jelq - head swelling and ballooning up a bit, and I don’t get that at all when I do the sides.

Clamping is done to retain blood from what I understand, jelqing is forcing expansion ahead of the grip. No movement involved in clamping.

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But I also don’t want an injury, which is why I’m so inquisitive.

That’s a good thing ADA.


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Originally Posted by druidoxian
Is ThunderSS the site owner/founder?

That’s me.

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Anyways, I find that the penis gets more ‘pumped’ when I press all around. Perhaps that is not the actual goal though? Perhaps we should focus on just getting the sides pumped which is less noticeable I’m assuming.

It’s OK to press “all around”, just try to avoid concentrating the pressure on the top and bottom of your shaft.


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Originally Posted by ThunderSS
Yes, it takes awhile to master using the PJ on the sides but it can be done.

Clamping is done to retain blood from what I understand, jelqing is forcing expansion ahead of the grip. No movement involved in clamping.

That’s a good thing ADA.

Jelqing is to retain blood too, for the most part, though, isn’t it? That’s why we squeeze at the base before we release the grip at the top - constantly forcing in more blood, making the penile tissue retain that higher level.

I dunno, just seems like they’d be similar. Is it documented anywhere that top/bottom pressure can be harmful or damaging?

Originally Posted by AlmaDiedAlone
When I put pressure on the sides, the head doesn’t engorge with each stroke. When I put pressure on the top/bottom, though, the head swells and expands with each stroke.

Does this have to occur for jelqing to be successful, or does the head swelling have nothing to do with it? ‘cause it feels like it gets a lot thicker when I do a top/bottom thing.

I am not an expert but if I am not wrong the glans is directly connected to Corpus Spongiosum (CS) and NOT to Corpora Cavernosa (CC), that’s why adding pressure on bottom causes the blood move to head, thus glans engorgement. I recall WestLa recently posted a very clear drawing of penis anatomy, you might ask him and see.


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So to summarize we don’t put ANY pressure on the top and bottom? Isn’t that letting blood out, decreasing gains? And as SmallItalianGuy said, the Corpus Spongiosum is connected to the glands, and I don’t think there is a nerve down there, at least not that I know of (though possibly so), but that might be hard grabbing the sides and the bottom without grabbing the top.

By rubbing the dorsal nerve to death, (not really, just by jelqing on it) does that cause nerve damage? I guess this kind of answers my other post too.

I have pretty bad arthritis in my hands, so jelqing is kind of dicey for me under the best of circumstances, but I’ve found that doing the 2 handed C grip aggravates my arthritis less and it focuses the pressure on the sides of my penis. (Oh, BTW, bye Andy) ……


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So then.. Just on the sides, not on the top.. Right?

No top and no bottom; only full pressure on the sides. I personally like to jelq with “it” pointing straight up and jelqing with the palms up. I can get further down and I hit that sweet spot near the head better that helps keep an erection. You can do the OK grip but if you just want to hit the sides do a C grip and concentrate on the CC/CS.

Originally Posted by ciandur

So to summarize we don’t put ANY pressure on the top and bottom? Isn’t that letting blood out, decreasing gains? And as SmallItalianGuy said, the Corpus Spongiosum is connected to the glands, and I don’t think there is a nerve down there, at least not that I know of (though possibly so), but that might be hard grabbing the sides and the bottom without grabbing the top.

Many guys have jelqed using the circle or “OK” grip (as shown in the Thunder’s Place videos) and have not caused themselves any harm. You just have to watch what you’re doing and avoid overtraining. When I was jelqing I found the side method (see description here: RB - Dry Jelq) easier. Trapping blood is not necessary, although a lot of guys try to do that. Putting pressure on the corpora cavernosa is the main objective.

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By rubbing the dorsal nerve to death, (not really, just by jelqing on it) does that cause nerve damage? I guess this kind of answers my other post too.

Simple jelqing over the nerve has not been reported as causing any problems. Using tools, such as the Power-Jelk, or by using a very strong grip, can lead to problems, but everyone is different and you cannot say that doing these exercises one way or another way will “always” cause problems or injury.

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