Look at the jelqing tutorials, you don’t release it until the base grip comes near it or makes skin contact.
Before I joined TP I jelqed wrong, not making the connection just hand over hand and when I studied the tutorials more I discovered this is the proper way to do it. It is in the in instructions carefully read it.
The blood your pushing up with the base grip is moving toward the grip below the glans trapping it there. Then you repeat this is one jelq stroke.
Are you sure this is right? I know I’m a newbie here and all but I just tried to do this and it makes it impossible to complete a jelq stroke because the front hand will block the hand at the base, doesn’t matter if it’s overhand or underhand grip. Maybe I’m misunderstanding what you’re trying to say though, I’m assuming you meant grip below the glans with one hand, grip the base with the other, jelq, and then only when the rear grip reaches the grip below the glans release, which like I just said isn’t possible, the front grip must be released in order to finish the jelq stroke.
Last edited by JasonVoorhees : 05-21-2007 at .