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Low intensity, long period of time: Rad or bad?

Low intensity, long period of time: Rad or bad?

So, life runs its own classy club, and sometimes you’re not invited (No, I don’t know what I mean either). Anyway, I fell of the PE wagon, lost my girth gains, and have had a hard time getting back on.

Actually, I guess that could be a thread all of its own; How to get back on. Maybe. But this isn’t.

So, for various reasons, over the summer I won’t be able to give PE as much time as I would like to. I’m hoping for 45 minutes three times a week, but even that’s uncertain. Anyway; Is there any risk in having a fairly low intensity work out over a long period of time? Obviously, from an injury point of view it should only be preventative, and what not. But can the low intensity and the many months ‘harden’ the penis at some level or other?

Actually, writing this it seems silly. My answer to myself would be “Of course not, dimwit”. But what do the more experienced have to say on the subject? Any adverse effects at all of low intensity, long periods of time work outs?

I’d say if you’re fully deconditioned by now. Basically in your original starting state, PE’ing 3 times a week seems alright. But you should consider doing shorter workouts. Not 45 minutes and ideally do it for more days in a row. As you well know PE isn’t the same for everyone, your routine may well work. Trial and error my friend.

Better to begin somewhere than nowhere….

Well, I do intend to go for a short period of working up to those 45 minutes. But I don’t think 45 min. will be too much, nor do I think I should go for more but shorter work outs (Which I won’t be able to do anyway). I’m saying this based on the experience I gained from my last longer period of work out. 45 minutes seemed to be a sweet spot, but I kept working out for longer and longer periods of time. Sure, I gained, but still. In essence, I can go for longer with only a couple of weeks of working up to it, but I won’t be able to. So, do I lose something?

Did and will you do the 45mins non stop. What exercises does it consist of exactly?

I did and I will do. I’m not really sure about what exercises I’ll throw in this time. See, I got great girth gains, but no length gains last time. And, because a thicker cock is harder to stretch, I think I’ll put a little more emphasis on length for a couple of months at least. So, stretches, I guess, jelqs, maybe some squeezes. Nothing baroque.

Oh, I should add I stop every five minutes or so to re-apply heat by sticking my dick in a cup of warm water. Worked wonders last time.

Originally Posted by Bullet Hell
Oh, I should add I stop every five minutes or so to re-apply heat by sticking my dick in a cup of warm water. Worked wonders last time.

One of the reasons I like doing all of this in the shower. I know that later, I’ll have to change the way I do things because 45 min would be one looong shower.

I honestly don’t think 45 minutes is too long after a conditioning period.

Consider, 5 minutes warm-up, 10 minutes stretching, 5 minutes re-heat then 15 minutes jelqing and a warm down period, that is around 40-45 minutes and the jelqing and stretching components are not that long all things considered.


01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

Yeah, but I’m not really worried it’ll be too much, rather the opposite; That rolling at such fairly low intensities ‘cements’ small gains. But I figure I’m worrying about nothing, really.

Originally Posted by Bullet Hell
I’m hoping for 45 minutes three times a week, but even that’s uncertain. Anyway; Is there any risk in having a fairly low intensity work out over a long period of time?

The risk of “low intensity” workout is just waisting your time. If you mean low frequency (only 3 times a week), that could lower your gaining rate.

45 minutes spent for PE is the upper limit I can imagine for manual workout. I think 30 minutes should be enough using a proper intensity workout. The same thing at the gym: some gain with 40 minutes hard training, others spend two hours without any return for the extra time…


Starting BPEL: 6.9" (Dec.1st, 2008)

Current BPEL: 8.11" NBPEL: 7.63" BPFSL: 9.09"

Current MEG : 5.6"

Thanks, that’s closer to what I’m looking for. ‘Low frequency’, yeah. Actually, I think in total time, it shouldn’t be much more than around 35 minutes, or so, considering I’ll reheat for a minute every five minutes.

But when you say it could lower my gaining rate, do you mean permanently, i.e. even if I up the frequency in a couple of months time?

^ Not permanently.


Starting BPEL: 6.9" (Dec.1st, 2008)

Current BPEL: 8.11" NBPEL: 7.63" BPFSL: 9.09"

Current MEG : 5.6"

Oh, ok. So, no draw backs at all, really. Just a lower gaining rate for the months of low frequency. I’ll go ahead then.

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