As the titles says, when I jelq I get really sore finger muscles.. Maybe because I squeeze/pull too much?
Anyone else got this problem? After 200 reps I constantly have to take small breaks from jelqing because my finger muscles get sore.
I jelq with one hand at a time btw
200 jelqs is a lot!
If you’re having to take breaks to work your fingers or get an erection YOU’RE DONE. Focus on the quality and feel of your jelqs instead of time wasting countless reps.
Seriously? I’ve been PEing for some time now and I have boosted my program a little everytime so now I’m on
100 stretches and 400 jelq (quality jelq),
But it sure as hell takes a lot of time :S
If you’re doing 400+ jelqs a day you need a new routine. Try stretching first and performing 4x25 5sec jelqs with a 2-3 second stretch and hold at the end of each rep. Take a minute off after every 25 until you finish. Next you can do a 100 more even slower with less pressure until you can’t keep up an erection.
I do a lot of squeezes. That with my kettlebell swings and deadlifting really works my grip. It’s pretty good now.
Start: (Aug 2001): 6 1/2 bpel x 4 7/8 mseg
Current: (6/24/14): 7 3/4 bpel (7 nbp) x 5 5/8 mseg. BEG 6 1/4. BPFSL 8 1/8.
Goals: First: 7 1/2 bpel x 5 1/2 mseg ACHIEVED! Current Goal: 7 nbp x 5 3/4 mseg (almost there!)
# TheGreatDivider So you’re suggesting this routine?
100 manual stretches then, 4 x 25 jelqs each followed by the 2-3 second stretch
And then after some time
100 manual stretches then 8 x 25 jelqs each followed by the 2-3 second stretch?
Play guitar or start landscaping…. toughen up those hands!!
The Kegel Nazi's Triumphant come back to PE. Re-Starting at BPEL: 7" and MSEG: 6"
Bass guitar, or piano ! gymnastics or rope climbing ! Go around making an “O-K” grip all day long.
We all get sore fingers once in a while. You just have to get them used to PE. With time it will go away.
"If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." -Bruce Lee
Not like this stuff is an exact science, even today. But back in the PE stone age we definitely suffered from a more is better delusion. Guys were adding sets the second their grip could tolerate it. Most common complaint you would hear? “My penis isn’t getting any bigger but now i have forearms like Popeye!”
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Ah yes! The good old days. I remember trying to do 1000 wet jelqs every day for a week, 2000 kegels a night, pumping at 10-11hg for 30 minutes, hanging with a while 20lb weight set, and taking arginine like it was magic pixie dust. I nearly lost all sensation and erectile capability before broke a blood vessel and wised up. I will share what I learned in the hopes that it may help a few others.
1.The first big break through for me was to save ejaculation for after the session and cut way back on pre edging. 2.Then I came up with the idea to limit stretches and holds to 30 seconds or less. My routine now follows a 30sec,20sec,10sec just to save my grip and not hurt myself. 3. I cut my pump sessions down to 10-15min because the lymph fluid builds up and creates an “artificial swell” around the base that prevents the base from growing as much. 4. Pumping again after a fatiguing jelq session really helped me expand those already tired chambers an add a few fractions of a mm a week. 5. Rest,relax,grow! It’s too easy to grab you’re already fatigued cock all day to comfort yourself or masturbate all day because you can’t get over how much you’ve grown. Let it rest if it’s sore at all before you start abusing it again. You’re cock will reward you with more growth of you leave it alone.
Ok so now I’m trying with this program :)
Warm up 50 stretches 4 x 25 jelqs Kegels Cool down
2 days on, 1 off, 2 on, 2 off (weekend :) )
Maybe this is better.. My thing doesn’t seem rigid as before.. Not good rigid, but resistant-like rigid.
Jelqing after doing a heavy set of Deadlifts is no fun.. :D
But srsly I kinda got used to it and the pain went away.. But once I stopped and started again it was back.. Just like with any exercise.