3 Foundations of PE
A few years and over 2 1/4” of gains have taught me, by trial and error, 3 foundations of pe.
FIRST of all, I believe that initial gains come from tearing, loosening and stretching the ligs. And in order to most effectively “tear at” and bring the unit forward and out, one must pull straight down. I believe this is why my v-stretch and flacid downward stretching are so effective. The suspensory ligaments attach to the underside of the pubic bone and to the top and sides of the penile shaft. A DOWNWARD PULL and not an outward pull most effectively stretches and tears at the attachment. Try this…take a piece of tape and stick it (adhesive side up) to the underside of a shelf, table, or other flat object. Pull it straight out and there will be no give BUT pull straight down and it easily gives way. So the downward flacid jelq, tug, stretch will more effectively work at loosening the ligs. A straight out flacid or erect jelq, tug, pull has very little effect on ligs..mainly on tunic.
SECONDLY, ejaculating (masturbating) is important to developing flacid girth and length. Some argue that orgasms lower T levels. I think that after puberty, testosterone has no effect on the length of the penis. But it has other important functions (libido, sperm production, muscle development, etc). When you ejaculate, your penis will slowly shrink to its shortest length. What one wants is for one’s penis to be as long and fat as possible when it is in its smallest flacid configuration. So while it is relaxed (after orgasm) it should be stretched and pumped. That is why I think pumping is beneficial to the overall routine. I realize that the fluid buildup is not permanent. That is not what I am talking about. Ejaculate, pull it, stretch it, jelq it a while, and then inflate it. Heat pump it. Stretch its relaxed size. Keep it in its longest possible configuration until, over the months, the unit reaches a new equilibrium which is much bigger than before. Heat pump it and then cool pump it to “freeze” it at a greater length. Then use constriction bands to keep it at its erect lenght for another 30 minutes. train it to hang longer.
THIRDLY, HEAT is important. The connective tissue softens when it is warm. It stretches better, lengthens and thins. I have found nothing better than heat pumping for this. Wrap an electric heating pad (from Walmart, K-mart, etc) around the cylinder and secure with 3 rubber bands. Jelq, stretch, or whatever for a while, heat pump a while to soften & stretch, the jelq or whastever. For example measured my maximum cold fsl. Then I heated it 5 min and the measured my maximum fsl. Big difference. Heat works. Heat it, stretch it, then “freeze it in place” as mentioned above.
Good pullin, MXL
Last edited by twatteaser : 02-28-2004 at .