Stretching tips -and opinions- for newbies - beyond PIs
Here I am again needing some help from the vets of this beloved forum.
Well.. By what I read here so far, the best way to determine if things are going right is by PIs- Physiologic Indicators for Growth (PI’s), a great sparkyx’s Article.
Ok, no doubts until know.
Other thing is that the gains are somewhere between overdoing (and maybe get injured) and no effect at all.
But since I’ve just started in PE and the PIs look more as an after-training list of parameters, I don’t have much reference on how intense my stretches should be. So you vets could give us newbies some hints in this subject?
- In a stretch should I pull my unit (flaccid state, of course) till it gets the erect length? A little more or a little less?
- Should I stop increasing the force just before the pain starts or should I go a little further?
I’m aware pain (and other things here said) is kind of a subject matter, but maybe a little discomfort during the stretch is acceptable (or even expected, I don’t know).
Please feel free to post your personal opinions - I’m not willing to take any post as an absolute rule. But since I have no previous experience, some posts could give an idea, at least in this very beginning. Please remember: I’m a totally newbie! :)
Thanks in advance!
Weng Weng Wang Dong
PS: can’t we use parenthesis in the Title?
No campaigns for now
Last edited by wwdong : 03-02-2010 at .