Hypothetical Plan: Need EVERYONE'S Input
As much as we all want very quick gains (or we ge them but want them to last), it is inevitable that gains will slow and take time to develop. Sometimes you will work for months and months and not seem to get anywhere only for a rather noticeable gain to suddenly make itself known. To quote (paraphrase)( from one of my favorite books: “I like to think of training as a geometric spiral. With each phase of training taking you a different distance upward. Some times it takes you downward just gaining momentum for the next upward drive.”
I think to be realistic we have to look at PE in phases. Yearly phases. Which could then be divided into smaller 3 month phases (or other permutations). Anyway I am 21. I know a majority of guys on these forums are much older and wiser than myself. Hearing about improved sex lives, feeling younger, more energy, more confidence etc. is very inspiring. I admit to having the attitude “I’m not gonna listen to these guys” ‘take it slow’ ‘you can get injured’ ‘gains take time’ etc. etc. I’m young im not gonna damage my little soldier I can make some big and fast gains. I have no yet started a consistent PE routine yet. I have been reading these forums tons of posts. I have done countless forum searches of different word combinations!
So, to cut this rambling and get to the point of this essay I am composing, I want to ask a question of all members here. I am 21 and realizing PE takes time, and should probably be a life long thing and I should look at it in stages and in all actuality years. Lets say you had 5 years, you wanted to compile the perfectly paced PE program. The program would be in phases, yearly monthly weekly, with whatever kind of work/rest day ratio, 5 on 2 off , 2 on 1 off, 7 on none off etc. Incorporating anything and everything from manual stretches, jelqs kegels, edging, extenders, hanging, pumping, cable clamping. I know there is some stuff discussed on here that is very aggressive and potentially dangerous (and yes all PE has risk and can be considered dangerous).
My goal is length, with side goals being general Penis health, good hard erections and eliminating premature ejaculation. I dont mean to leave out the guys who are going after girth but this thread is a bit selfish on my part since I want length.
So I am asking all that are interested and are willing to spare sometime for the benefit of me and everyone else on these forums.
Come up with a plan, the hypothetical time frame is 5 years. The PE plan should be organized in phases. With each phase having a certain objective. We’ll say the PEer will have 30 minutes minimum to 2 hours maximum per day to devote to PE. This PEer is a complete newbie, his penis has to be slowly and gradually conditioned and built, with the main goal being length gains (and ancilliary benefits of the program being a healthier penis, better quality of erections, and eliminating premature ejaculation). The use of devices and or more aggressive exercises can be included as each member sees fit.
I apologize for the long post. I hope some people respond to it. I think if even 5-10 members respond to this and really put some time and effort into it this will be a valuable thread for people.
Since I am pretty much a PE virgin, i’ve tried some exercises etc. but I’m pretty much a newbie, I will follow one of these plans or an amalgamation of the plans suggested on this thread. I will have a training journal on this site. I know everyone will say, “he’s not gonna be able to do that” “he won’t stick to something so planned out and so longterm as this” but I will try my best.
Think about what you would have done differently when starting PE. Think of what you should have done more or less of etc. I know everyone is different and everyone responds a bit differently to PE but again I think this thread will be a good source of information. Thanks.