I’ve been practicing PE for a while, but haven’t seen much more gains beyond my beginner gains. It makes me wonder about what I’m actually doing.
I understand the jelq motion, but I’m not entirely sure what I’m trying to physically do? Is the jelq sort of massaging or breaking in the tissue so it’s more pliable? Should I be kegeling as I’m jelqing and focusing on pushing blood into the penis? Is it a combination of both?
And what is the proper grip? I mean, I know it’s an OK grip, but where are you applying pressure. I’ve heard you apply even pressure, but I’ve found that very difficult unless I’m very soft. The penis is not shaped perfectly round and your hand is not shaped produce a perfectly distributed grip. I’ve always tried to focus my grip against the back of the tunica. But it’s easy to apply more pressure on the sides although I’m not sure it’d be more effective. And the soft underside, not sure what it’s technically called, seems to be least responsible for the size of the penis. It also seems like it would be the easiest part to injury if you’re not careful. So where exactly should I focus the grip?
Lastly, I’m not sure I understand why jeqing in 3 second motions has become the standard. Does the slow stroke physically help or is it a mental thing to keep your attention? Don’t move too quick, don’t hurt yourself kind of mentality?
I really just want to better understand how jelqing works. I think understanding it better would help me execute it better. I’ve tried searching the forum and whenever you throw ‘jelq’ in there, you get a ton of results about everything under the sun. So I apologize if this has been covered elsewhere. I would appreciate your input though.