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Manual stretch and jelq

Manual stretch and jelq

In my first month of PE I have gained about 1/8 of an inch, maybe a little more. I was wondering if I continue with just manual stretching and jelqing will I continue to see gains? I don’t wanna down anyone, but those hanger things don’t look too cool to me, and I don’t plan to try one as I am scared to hurt myself.so what do you guys think, can I make it to my goal of 8bpel x 6eg?

Currently I am 61/2bpel and 51/4 eg

Some suggestions and additions to my routine (warm up in shower while stretching about 15-20 mins, then 300 jelqs) would be greatly appreciated. I really want length first then girth.

May the force be with you all

I forgot to add that I kegal throughout the day, and I also pull ON my light saber whenever I get a chance

Originally Posted by Darth Penar
I don’t wanna down anyone, but those hanger things don’t look too cool to me, and I don’t plan to try one as I am scared to hurt myself.

May the force be with you all

A little fear is a good thing. I used to think the same thing about hanging, that it wasn’t for me, but not any more. Read everything you can about it and you may change your mind, too.

Feel the power!

RBM

Everyone is terrified when they first see hanging in action, it almost seems like a joke.

While it can be very dangerous if you approach it like an idiot, if you are careful, informed and patient then it can be safer than manual PE. This is because it is a linear and constant force, which means that there shouldn’t be any nasty surprises if you are consistent. Manual PE is variable in relation to your hand strength, how tired you are, what technique you are using, etc. When you are manually stretching your cock there is nothing to tell you what sort of pressure is being applied to your dick. Regardless of if you have 2kg or 20kg hanging on the end of it you know exactly what forces are acting, so you can measure and increase or decrease it accordingly. Don’t get me wrong, manual PE is great, however, it has it’s limitations, especially hand strength and boredom (I can study, surf, eat, etc while hanging).

Darth, keep up what you are doing, but read as much as you can about everything. I started off with stats very similar to yours (I was .5” narrower than you) and now I am about 7 1/2” x 5.5”, so decent gains can be made. I’m been a bit lazy recently, but I was able to go from 6 1/2 - 7 1/4 in about 3 months with the help of jelqing and hanging. There is a lot of experience on the board, ask about things, read about things and try things and you will gain.

Good luck

LB

I’ve gone from 6 3/4 bpel to 7 3/4 bpel and 8 is around the bend, all with a manual routine. Of course its taken me about two years and I was not consistent until the last 9 months. I’ve also gained close to 1/2 eg. So, yes, your goals are reasonable, just don’t get discouraged as gains do come slow.

I am only doing manual jelq about 15 min. twice per day and quick set of stretches whenever I get the chance (at least three or four times a day for about 3-5 minutes). I kegel wherever, whenever and constantly. I am new to this and only on my 7th day. I’m very pleased to report a fourth-inch bpel gain in only 7 days. Wow! Like others I wonder why I didn’t do this earlier.

I only decided on this routine after checking Size’s PE stats (where you can keep up with my progress). Here’s what I noticed from that list that lead me to my decision: 1) of the guys who made real recorded progress (one-half to two + inches), most made their largest fastest gains in the first two to six months; 2) a significant of those men only did manuals; 3) it seems that in most cases, even with hanging, even the best gainers have rarely recorded more than 2 inches, and most actually between 1.5 and 2. True, there are some serious hangers who are getting better than 2 over long periods of time, but I have to say that I personally do not want to hang and do not want to be doing this two years from now in any form. I realize that I’m starting with good measurements so it’s easy for me to say 1.5 inches is my goal, but on the other hand, based on the reported stats of others it seems somewhat realistic with careful work.

Here’s a new idea. I’ve noticed that the intensity of the hardness makes a big difference. By categorizing that hardness I can already see different rates of improvement, all of which are really encouraging. Here’s what I mean: If I classify my state of wood (avoiding keywords that alert employer’s server operators, lol) as three different macro measurements with two gray-area measurements I can get a pretty accurate 5-degree scale that helps make my measuring much more accurate and helpful. Really the three-degree scale is what I’m using to help simplify.

I suggest classifying the intensity as low, medium, and high. Low is one that is definitely not flaccid, mostly up, and you just need to straighten it a bit for the ruler.

Medium is fully out there, good and hard, but lacking the pulsing tight intensity. This is your average everyday e.

High intensity is when it’s raging with the rigidity of a pipe, shiny end, and it’s very difficult to push it in a downward direction, like right when you’ve reached the point of no return. There is always an intensity between low to medium and medium to high.

Here is how my gains have differed. It’s quite striking, really.
Flaccid—have easily gained an entire inch. probably just needed stretching out to begin with.
Low Intensity—haven’t really started comparing that one, but my low intensity measurement today is where my medium intensity measurement was one week ago.
Medium Intensity—have gained full 0.5 inches in one week. My very avg. intensity stick is at 7.5 now (started at 7).
Full intensity—my rager now measures a full 1/4 inch longer in one week and is on the verge of another eighth-inch gain. Since I strained to measure my starting wood at 7.5, this means I’m at 7.75.

The point of all this is not to point out my progress or boast, but to show that the manual exercises work well, and that your gains appear different at different intensity levels. Personally, I think they all count. After all, in the locker room I’m already loving the new flaccid length and I’ve already noticed a couple of envious glances. :-) As far as the medium intensity goes, let’s face it—that’s the usual level of operation so in many ways it’s probably the best measurement. Finally, it’s certainly my wife who’s the real beneficiary of the high intensity (though I’m really enjoying admiring it), since nobody else will actually see or feel that except me or her.

At any rate, that’s my contribution as a newbie! Hope someone finds this post useful.

Manual routine

Sounds decent!

I also only manually exercise, and this was also a question of mine, just never got around to it. I hope to hit 8” with just manuals, but I might look into stretching actually.


Nov '04 EL: 6 7/8" EG: 5 3/8" Dec '04 EL: 7 1/16" EG: 5 5/8" Feb '05 EL: 7 3/16" EG: 5 7/8" Short term goal: 8x6 by this June Long term goal: 8.5x6-6.5

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