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d_sut, I don’t do a routine like yours, but yours doesn’t sound to bad to me.


Sep. 2003: 7" bpel x 5" eg June 2004: 7 & 1/4" bp x 5 & 3/8" eg Jan. 2005: 7.5 x 5.5 Goal: 8x6 "I always knew pe existed but didn't know where to start, until I found Thundersplace."

Yeah would you believe I bought it off ebay?? Of all places.

I didn’t even know that penis enlargement was possible till I was just searching random stuff on ebay - just for something to do. Typed in penis pump (out of boredom) and I pretty much discovered the whole thing from there.

Some guy sold the manual thing to me for 5 bucks!! It’s a good read. I will post it on here possibly if I am allowed.. Anyone?

Stick to the newbie routine, it’s there for a reason.

Thunder, how do I check if it’s copyright?

I suspect it isn’t copyright.

The person sent it to me in a word document - handy.

There is no evidence of any copyright symbols, or no fine print about re-distribution whatsoever. Also from all evidence, the person I bought it off I believe has been re-distributing the text for his own monetary gain (the text refers to “clients” like it was made by a company for many other people)

Originally Posted by novi

My questions:

1. At what point am I no longer a newbie?
2. How am I supposed to judge intensity? The movies on this site look more intense than what I am doing. For the wet Jelq, the guy’s hand seems to be trembling, like he’s really squeezing hard. For the stretch, they show adding another hand for MORE POWER! Wow!
3. Other than injuries (which are more obvious) how would one know they are over-training? There most be some sign other than “just follow the newbie routine”.


1) I say after 4-6 months. If you take a deconditioning break, when you return, you are once again a newbie.

2) They’re more experienced, so they’re using more intensity as they’ve worked up to it. Go slow, listen to your body. If it hurts, or you see negative results, stop and take it easy.

3) Do a search for “Negative Indicators” or “Positive Indicators” for vice versa.

If you cant get an erection after a session, you’re overdoing it, thats a big negative sign.


Current PE status - Contemplating Retirement. STARTED - 6.75"x5.25" CURRENTLY 7.5"x5.5" - BPFSL - 7.25"

How to use the search button for best results. If you actually USE the search button, this is worth a read

Originally Posted by Slack
1) I say after 4-6 months. If you take a deconditioning break, when you return, you are once again a newbie.

2) They’re more experienced, so they’re using more intensity as they’ve worked up to it. Go slow, listen to your body. If it hurts, or you see negative results, stop and take it easy.

3) Do a search for “Negative Indicators” or “Positive Indicators” for vice versa.

If you can’t get an erection after a session, you’re overdoing it, thats a big negative sign.

Thanks to Slack and Bird2.

This information is helpful. Also, thanks for the lead on the search. I read this forum a lot but there is a lot of stuff here. Knowing “what” to search for is helpful.

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