Pole of Aptitude Beginner Routine my take on JP90
So I posted on another forum but I’m switching my routine from JP90 to a less advanced one that I feel will work. It is my own take/version on JP90. It is fairly similar with the exception of an omitted exercise based on personal preference. I feel to get the technique of the v-jelq down requires too much effort spent in the beginning stages when the original wet jelq is the basis of most routines. I feel why not exclusively work on that. I also have turkey neck and a decent sized fat pad, making v-jelq not so optimal for me. I have included how to progress this routine (it’s a 180 day conditioning phase) 2 cycles minimum. 1 cycle = 90days. Please let me know what you think of this. If anyone brand new to PE would like to be a tester with me and record gains I fully welcome it. I have read a lot of stories about people frustrated with not seeing gains and I feel it is due to overworking and over thinking. This keeps things simple for a beginner and easier for them to stay committed.
Warm Up = 10 minutes
Stretching: 5 sets, 1 set per direction.
Helicopter Shake = 20 seconds
Directional Stretch (R, L, you, D, S) = 30 seconds/quick kegels
Clock Stretch = 10 reps clockwise/10 reps counter clockwise
Jelqing: 15 minutes
Wet jelq = 50 reps (both hands)
Kegels: 50 reps throughout day/50 reps post jelq
Warm Down = 10 minutes or edging or both
2 on / 1 0ff or 5 on/ 2 Off
Do for 90 days straight. After first cycle take one week decon break. After decon break then start over cycle adding 10 wet jelq reps and 20 kegel holds every 3rd week. After your second cycle of 90 days is completed you should be doing 100 wet jelqs per hand, and 200 total daily kegels. You can split these kegels into your own preferred kegel ratio K:Rk. You are now 180 days into your PE career. Now you should be able to assess the workload your unit can and cannot handle and you may add specific exercises for your intended goals and desired outcome keeping in mind to add in slowly.
1/4/2016 - 7×5 BPEL
Long Term - 8.5×6 BPEL