Quick question on jelqing
Hey all - brand new to PE, happy to have found this forum because I’m intrigued by the idea of enlargement and inspired by the progress stories I have read from many of you! I read some of the introductory threads and just want to confirm that my plan is okay by some of you vets.
I am going to take the next ~8 weeks to ease into an advanced routine by adding a *little* more each week. For now, just doing 5 minute warmup, 15 minutes jelqing, and 5 minute warmdown - doing this 4-5 days per week. I’ll probably do this for two weeks or so to feel a bit more confident in my jelqing abilities. After that I want to add stretching, just five minutes per day, and then over the coming weeks slowly increase the amount of stretch and/or jelq time each week (maybe one week increase stretch time by five minutes, then the next increase jelq time by five minutes, etc). Hopefully that makes sense. Basically starting out with a very basic routine, and slowly easing into a more rigorous routine. Specifically trying to ease into Mem’s Momentous Rapid Gain Mechanism. Does this sound feasible?
For jelqing: I feel like I am putting a good amount of pressure into the stroke, but I am not feeling any sort of pain at all; just pressure. Should I be feeling any kind of pain? If I understand correctly: make the OK grip around the base, tug to the glans, make another OK grip around the base, (feel the squeeze of the blood here), finish the first jelq with the hand that is at the glans, commence the next jelq with the hand that was at the base, repeat. Does that sound correct? I can certainly feel the stretch and pressure of the blood when I have the two OK grips at once, but no real sort of pain.
Also I feel like it’s tough to stay at 70%-80% erection during jelqing and would estimate myself to be more at 40%-50% - thoughts?
Of further note: I purchased a Bathmate before even finding these forums, so that will be used probably in the mornings in conjunction with this routine once it arrives.
Sorry for the overload of questions - any help and direction would be greatly appreciated!