Questions about jelqing and 'the post workout hang'
Three weeks ago I restarted with doing PE. I tried it a year ago I believe, but I wasn’t very consistent with it. Needless to say, I didn’t gain anything during that period. Now I’m back, doing a modified version of the newbie routine, and here is is:
4x a week: MON, TUE, THU, FRI
5min warm up in shower.
30 second skin stretch.
Stretching (all directions) - Started with doing 1 stretch in my first week. Going to add 1 stretch per week or every two weeks.
Jelqing - started with only 20 jelqs, now, in my third week I am at 60 jelqs (+20 per week).
5min cool down in shower
Kegels - 50 per PE-day before I go to bed (doing kegels while lying down works best for me)
I plan to keep this up for at least three months, after that I *might* add clamping to the routine, but I might want to look at some other length exercises first.
My stats (approx.):
BPEL: 5.39inches (absolute max, after doing a kegel when fully erect)
Girth: Base and mid seem to be both 4.33inches
I didn’t write down the measurement on the NBPEL, but I think it’s somewhere between 4.50 and 5 inches.
Now that you know my stats and routine, we can move on with the questions!
First of all, I’ve read in these forums that more and more people seem to be supporting the (near) flaccid jelq exercise. Now I try to do those too but I think I’m doing high erection level jelqs instead. You see, when I do jelqs I don’t let my penis get very hard, but after each jelq I perform a kegel, which makes my penis swell up with blood (and quite hard) which I then “clamp” off with my OK-grip, before moving up the base. The grip is not very tight, mind you. So would this be a wrong thing to do? Wouldn’t this just be the same as doing jelqs on a high erection level?
The second question has to do with the post workout hang. An increased post workout hang seems to be a good indicator of correct PE-ing. I’m not quite getting a bigger hang after I PE-ed, well maybe for a couple of minutes, but it doesn’t turtle either. Is there anyone who hasn’t had a noticeable increase in flaccid hang after a PE-workout, and yet manage to gain? I’m not sure if the post-workout hang is some sort of “golden sign” or not. Anyway, could the fact that I’m not experiencing a bigger hang also have to do with my workout still being quite short?
That’s about it for now, gotta go to college now, bye bye! :)