Basic Exercises & Their Advanced Counterparts
I’ve been pumping for about three weeks now. So far, it’s going well. Some days I seem to measure girthier and longer than usual, others not so much. It hasn’t been enough time, I know. One thing I have noticed is that, through pumping, I seem to have much more rock hard erections. Initially, it was spongy. I pump between 3-5 hg, 1x10 minute Monday through Friday. I seem to stay nice and solid even after ejaculating as well.
I started making an actual routine now. Warmup for five minutes with a hot wrap, 10 minutes pumping at 3-5 hg, 100 jelqs, a one minute manual clamp, 10 more minutes at 3-5 hg, then maybe another clamp at the end of the session with some edging (or actual ejaculating, if I can’t take the teasing.)
I’m going to be doing this M/T/Th/F for now, see how that goes. I feel it should yield some nice gains. Before this, I did PE on and off, never consistent. Plain jelqs, stretches and kegels bored me. I like pumping.
I’m starting to notice something, though - it seems like the basic exercises (kegel, jelq, stretch) have advanced counterparts that are ideal at reaching the goals of the basic exercises. It seems pumping (since it’s said to be used to ED) is almost like a stronger kegel. More powerful, vein-filled erections. Jelqing, of the three basics, is best for girth. Clamping is the advanced counterpart to jelqing. And finally, hanging is the advanced version of stretching.
Has anyone else noticed these correlations? I mean, sure, hanging gives some base girth, jelqing and clamping more veins and better erections, and pumping gives length and girth as well, but they all seem to overlap.
Just a thought.