Is LESS more, or is MORE more?
This topic has been floating around here at Thunders, and I think its really a VERY important question and should be addressed in a thread.
There are guys that find that the more PE they do, the better the gains they get. On the other hand there are guys that find that very short routines give them the best results and when they try and do more, they stop gaining or worse, lose some size and EQ drops through the floor.
So what is the answer, is more better, or is less better? Well, the answer is WHAT WORKS FOR YOU IS BEST! I happen to fall in the category that less is more. I have spent the last few years unable to believe that. Trust me, if hours in the tube or jelquing or stretching was better for me, my dick would be dragging on the ground by now. The fact is, even after years of conditioning, about 5 minutes of jelquing or pumping is about right for me. I have even tried low force pumping for up to an hour or more…great expansion, followed by contraction and EQ going to shit for a few days.
On the other hand, you constantly read guys who finally get serious and do a couple hours a day of PE and grow like crazy! I hate reading these cases, because it always inspires me to try it “one more time”, as if it will have a different outcome this time.
So, really bottom line is you must assess how your routine is effecting you. Some will respond very well to long sessions, and for some anything more than modest short sessions will result in a slide into impotency. I suggest to any Newbie, start easy for a few weeks to condition your penis against injury, then slowly over a period of weeks, ramp up time and see what happens to your EQ. EQ is a great sign for pretty much everyone, if your EQ is improving (hardness, frequency, ease of erections, nite and morning wood), its a VERY good indicator that you aren’t over training, at least not by much.
A routine that is dialed into YOUR physiology should produce a definite improvement of your EQ, and when you start to push past that zone, you will see a definite decrease of EQ. That’s your sign to back down to the level where you were getting great EQ. That will put you very close to your GROWTH ZONE, so kinda’ experiment in that area, a little more or a little less until you start to get gains.