Newbies, this may help you.
I’m becoming ever more pleased with my size, so my focus isn’t as much on myself anymore as it is to assist “you” the newbie.
I’m not going to be getting into much detail at all, and this is not the holy grail of PE, nor is necessarily correct when applying to everyone. I’m going to make a quick and very short list of common factors that have been present “every time I’ve made any gains.”
1. Faith: I think this so important, it primes you mentally to stick with your routine; and I think it has an effect on you whole body.
2. Consistency: One cannot have the body of their dreams by working out once per month. Find a schedule and stick with it.
3. Focus: This applies to long term, and short term. When you are jelqing or what have you; put your mind in your unit, like a bodybuilder puts his mind in the muscle. If you can do this correctly, you can feel what is going on much more clearly. It will help keep you out of harms way; by being right there where all the action is. You don’t want an injury, and by focusing you more easily feel when the strain begins to be to much.
4. Pleasure: Even if you are stretching, try get a pleasurable feeling in your unit. Stay in the pleasure zone; I think this the grey that lets you know if you are under-training, or over-training. If you don’t feel anything, then odds are you are not doing enough; if you are hurting you are in trouble, so stop immediately!
5. Finesse: Be smooth and controlled with your PE; this will help you stay in the pleasure zone, as I mentioned in number four. Finesse makes a great billiards player; it makes for a great guitar player, and it makes of for a great PE’r.
6. Deconditioning: Take some time off every few months; give your self a break.
Wearing a condom during your routine is not necessarily practicing safe PE!
Last edited by Starter7777 : 07-02-2008 at .