Will clamping early in my PE career make it hard to make gains later?
So here is my situation.
I did PE a few years ago for about 5 months doing the newbie routine with no gains. Then I started up again 7 months ago. I have done a lot of research and taken it seriously. I have gained an inch in BPEL and little to nothing in girth. I am getting frustrated because I have a PE mentor who has had me try several different girth exercises and none of them worked (jelquing, squeezes, ULI #3, bundled stretch). So now I am considering clamping but here is my main fear: that length/girth gains will be more difficult using other methods once I start clamping. Since the exercise is so intense, it may toughen my penis so when I try to gain with other exercises (length included) it will be tougher. Is this a legitimate concern? I was told I should go to clamping once I’ve exercised all of my other options and gotten all I can out of them. Regular manual exercises > irregular manual exercises > pumping > clamping. Is this good advice? I am eager to start gaining girth and this seems like clamping is the most effective way BY FAR. But I do want to think long term and I don’t want to limit my max potential gains.
I do have enough experience where I believe my penis could handle the stress of clamping. Especially if I start slow. So I am eager to hear your thoughts. Thank you.
3/18 - Started: BPEL 5", MEG 4.31".
9/18 - Current: BPEL 6", MEG 4.5".
Short term goal: BPEL 6.5", MEG 4.75". Long term goal: BPEL 7", MEG 5".