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Some Newbie Questions

Some Newbie Questions

Hey guys, this is my first post on here.

I am somewhat experienced in PE, I started back in the fall (2014) for the 2nd time, 1st time seriously, and I started with 30 second SSJ’s up, down, and both sides 4-5 times combined with the BathMate for 30 mins. Wasn’t getting many results, so I got some cable clamps and did 3 sets of 10 minutes, then got in the bath and used my bathmate for 45 minutes for about 4 months, and I got some decent results from it..

I gained about 1/16 inch in girth and I had new veins popping out of my dick, which was fairly exciting.. I recently got laid off, which was pretty depressing so It was slightly hard (no pun intended) to get and keep an erection unless I had my naked gf in front of me lol.

Anyways, I got started back a few days ago, and I read on Thunders of a new way to combine pumping/clamping by using an air pump and doing a superset of light pumping for 15 minutes (I pumped to the max in the bathmate over those 45 minutes, mind you, and never received any injuries from it after the 4 or so months of doing this), then clamp for 15 minutes, then do it over again and you’re done for the day.

One question I have is: how the hell do I cover the quick release hole on my air pump lol every time I let off it seems like all or most of the suction has leaked out, so should I put some tape over the hole and take it off once I’m done, or what?

And my second question is: I have now received some red/black dots on the tip, and I’m not sure what I should do about this lol, today was only my second time doing this routine, and I only took 2 or so weeks off.. Surely I wouldn’t need to do a build up exercise for a month or 2?

When I was doing the bathmate, I would do it every other day, but now I do 1 day on, 2 days off (even though the other page said to do it every day) because these marks scare me, not in a “I’m gonna break my dick” kind of way, more of a “I don’t want someone to go down on me, see these now permanent marks and run cause they think it’s a disease” way lol.

So should I go back to my old routine since I know it worked, and I never received any injuries, or do you think this would be more beneficial in the long run? Sorry for the long post, just want some answers from those more experienced who have tried and tested these methods! Thanks, guys!


Last edited by memento : 03-10-2015 at . Reason: Paragraphed, some spellchecking

Why not just do the newbie routine?


STARTING STATS - 02/02/2015: BPEL 7.6 --- MEG 5.25 --- 5.25" with semi erection; but 5.16 MEG with 100% boner; BEG 5.47

CURRENT - 13/03/2015: I had to check a few times, but I'm pretty sure I got a genuine BPEL 7.8!! Will check girth again in a couple of weeks

GOAL: BPEL 8.50 --- MEG 5.5 --- BRING IT ON! (I've revised my goals for the time being; maybe I was being too ambitious too early on)

Originally Posted by olive_oyl89
Why not just do the newbie routine?

I couldn’t agree more. It’s stated over and over again, but it remains true. It perplexes me that every new member wants to somehow tweak the routine, add more advanced exercises, buy equipment, jump into clamping, etc.

There is simply no good reason why everyone should not start with the newbie routine exactly as it is described, for at least three months, and continue with it as long as gains are coming.

If you’re just coming back into it, this is a perfect time to start over with the newbie routine. Don’t add anything extra, don’t “do more”, don’t “combine it” it with clamping or pumping or anything else. Take 3 months and give it a try exactly as its described, I think you’ll be pleased with the results.

Even if somehow you don’t manage to gain in that period, you will at the very very least, be conditioned to experiment with some new things, because you’ll have a much better idea how you respond to the exercises.

It’s simple, it’s free, it’s a very low time investment, it’s relatively safe, it conditions you, it should improve EQ and there is potential for gains, what’s not to like?


Last edited by Illivan : 03-10-2015 at .

Originally Posted by Illivan
I couldn’t agree more. It’s stated over and over again, but it remains true. It perplexes me that every new member wants to somehow tweak the routine, add more advanced exercises, buy equipment, jump into clamping, etc.

There is simply no good reason why everyone should not start with the newbie routine exactly as it is described, for at least three months, and continue with it as long as gains are coming.

If you’re just coming back into it, this is a perfect time to start over with the newbie routine. Don’t add anything extra, don’t “do more”, don’t “combine it” it with clamping or pumping or anything else. Take 3 months and give it a try exactly as its described, I think you’ll be pleased with the results.

Even if somehow you don’t manage to gain in that period, you will at the very very least, be conditioned to experiment with some new things, because you’ll have a much better idea how you respond to the exercises.

It’s simple, it’s free, it’s a very low time investment, it’s relatively safe, it conditions you, it should improve EQ and there is potential for gains, what’s not to like?

Well put llivan. Try the linear newbie routine to get you back up to speed. It’s great for working up to a time/intensity that works best for you. This can not be stressed enough, if you are still gaining don’t change a thing.

Thanks guys. I didn’t start out with the newbie routine (don’t ask me why lol), but I’ll definitely just hit the reset button and start over with that. But when I’m done with it and if I decide to go back to pumping.. How do I cover that hole without using my finger? Lol has anyone figured it out?

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