I don’t post much but follow the advice given by sta-kool and the other veterans here above.
As for my own addition, I’ve been doing this on/off for some time now and finally I’m serious
and dedicated, but for me the initial newbie routine is already too much is what I found out.
Take your time in finding the right routine for yourself and REALLY listen to your body, handle
those PI’s as you would handle the holy grail. Personally I’ve been working on my own routine
now for 4 months and finally I’m seeing some gains, although minimal. My point here is that it’s
important and difficult to find this ‘sweet-spot’ where gains occur, but very important nonetheless.
Hope it helps and good luck!
Well put edgewalker. I have heard of guys having problems with the newbie routine being too much. There is another newbie routine called the “linear newbie routine.” sta-kool loves this one. It is much less intense and builds you up to your limit. It’s great for finding the gains threshold.
As I stated above, I suspect you are not gaining due to under or over training. This is where it is up to you to monitor your pi’s and make adjustments accordingly.
I think it’s a great idea to go see your doctor like you stated you were considering above. If you take a look at some of the ED threads, you will find that there can be many reasons for ed occurring. That is why it’s not a bad idea to seek the help of a medical professional
Either way, keep us posted and we will do our best to help you out.