Which first L or G
I’ve been trying to refine a newbie routine to go into effect Aug 1, 08. It mostly consists of consistent PE involving stretches, jelqs, and kegels. My understanding is that these methods help in both departments of length & girth. But I’m wondering if my newb routine should lean toward a certain measurement, either girth or length. In other words, my first 3 months will be newb workouts with a slight emphasis on “fill in the blank” (either girth or length).
Main Question of this Thread:
So is having an emphasis on either length or girth in my newb routines a good way to go? I reasoned that maybe I should go length first, while gaining some minimal girth - then eventually work on filling in the new volume with girth-centric exercises.
Starting: 5” BPEL, 3.5” MSEG
Goal: 7” BPEL, 5.5” MSEG (Goal of 2” x 2” total gain)
Though I shouldn’t raise my hopes too high, I have an itching suspicion that I will make substantial gains in my first year. I only say that because I’m seeing unusual improvements in my EQ from off and on lazy stretching and jelqing. I can only imagine EQ improving when I take my workouts and diet regimen seriously with the start of my natural PE log on August 1st.
So any suggestions?
S.O. at P.B.