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Define "advanced"

Define "advanced"

I did some pretty extensive manual PE several years ago and quit any real routine about 4 years ago. That said, I would still jelq occasionally (at least once a week), do the occasional stretch, some squeezes - but all just when I felt like it and not really to go after any gains. At roughly 8.5-9 x 5-5.5 I feel like there is no reason for it to be a priority. Everyone wants to be bigger but I have other things to do.

But, since everyone wants to be bigger, I’ve always had being (at best times) just a half an inch away from 6 inches in girth. Seeing as how that’s a significant number around here, and I have a little bit more time on my hands for the next 4 months, I’ve started clamping and have seen a solid half inch gain in fully-engorged, clamped girth in as little as maybe 5 sessions. Needless to say, this is rather encouraging.

Still, I can’t get it out of my mind that “this is an advanced technique…I shouldn’t be doing this” but is my history - especially the casual part - enough to qualify as an advanced PE-er?

Also, I’m most likely not going to be able to do any extensive, regular PE after about July. Is this enough time to make some permanent gains? I might be able to sneak the occasional session in but, for the sake of my question, let’s assume that we’re looking at a strict no PE environment as of August 1st.

Thanks.


"It's not the destination that matters. It's the change of scene. " - Brian Eno

You’re an experienced PE-er so you should be able to do advanced techniques without making newbie mistakes. However your penis is no longer conditioned and as an experienced PE-er you should be aware of this and start with a light clamping routine.

I think the 4 months is enough to make permanent gains. Only the gains from the final 2-4 weeks may not stick if you stop cold turkey.

I’m currently doing 3 sets of 5-10 minutes with a 5-10 minute rest period in-between. The only weird thing I’m doing is using 2 clamps right next to each other. But that wasn’t until about session 3 or 4. Bad idea?

I won’t be insulted if you want to move this to the newbie section. I think it can exist just as logically in either place.


"It's not the destination that matters. It's the change of scene. " - Brian Eno

Piet, that’s an excellent point. There is a distinction to be drawn between ‘experienced’ and ‘conditioned’.

Someone who is experienced - but not well conditioned at present - presumably is more capable of staying out of the danger zone.

KingUbu, I think the time frame you describe is enough time to make some gains and keep them with a light maintenance routine.


For Lampwick, becoming hung like a donkey was the result of a total commitment.

I’m currently at 6.5X5.5(don’t measure much anymore just use my hands for guidance) 7X6 is my dream & ur basically there O.o!! I feel sorry for the girl that gets on the wrong side of you hahahaha.

I’ve been PEing for like 3 years, and I’m onto clamping / extreme hanging.. But idk whats up w/ advanced forumage

Originally Posted by Piet
You’re an experienced PE-er so you should be able to do advanced techniques without making newbie mistakes. However your penis is no longer conditioned and as an experienced PE-er you should be aware of this and start with a light clamping routine.

I think the 4 months is enough to make permanent gains. Only the gains from the final 2-4 weeks may not stick if you stop cold turkey.

Are you still alive, old bastard? :) . I know this has nothing to do with the thread, but I haven’t seen you post here in a very long time. Good to see you are still here!


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