Some issues with the amount of time jelqing.
Okay, so I’m still on the newbie stage but I have some issues with actual jelqing time. I apologize if this subject is just being rehashed.
I differentiate between two ways of timing jelqing time: the actual jelqing time and overall jelqing time.
The actual jelqing time is the time measured when you are putting stress on the penis.
The overall jelqing time is when you measure the jelq time PLUS the waiting time- which is when you either wait for the 100% erect penis to lessen or when you’re too flaccid and you are jerking it off to wake it up.
This is actually a big difference that I just realized. Here’s one of the routines that I have been doing examining: I used to do 15 minutes of overall jelqing time at 70% erect but I was never too sure on the amount of actual time of pressure on the penis. Today I tried to time eighty four (84) 5-second jelqs at around 70% erect. 84* 5 seconds is 420 seconds, which is 7 minutes. I timed it from beginning to end and it took roughly 30 minutes of overall time.
So the point basically is that in order to do 84 5-sec. Jelqs or 140 3-sec. Jelqs, it takes 30 minutes. In the newbie routine,
5 min hot wrap
5 min manual stretch (ten 30-second stretches)
10 min of jelq (two hundred 3-second strokes)
5 min hot wrap
50 kegels of five second holds each
Are you guys measuring overall or actual jelqing time? I’m pretty sure it means overall ‘cause it could take 40 minutes to finish just the newbie 10-min. Jelq routine.
Now the important thing to note is that I’m trying to jelq around 70% erect so the problems that arise with time is that if it’s at 100% percent, I have to wait for it to die down or if it’s too flaccid (30-50%) then I have to pump more blood into it.
Do you guys measure overall or actual jelq time? I needed to ask this because I think I could be risking over stressing my jelqs because my actual 7 min. Routine would be considered 30 minutes of actual jelqs to others. I plan to increase my ACTUAL jelq time to 15 minutes so that could be 1 hours overall which I think could be too much.
This is kind of like the hanging hours when BIB and others talk about at least 10 hours per week. They’re talking about ACTUAL hanging time which does not include the warm ups, wrappings, and the ten minute rest sets between hanging sets.
I’m sorry if I did not make myself too clear.