I have a question about people’s jelqing technique. I think maybe I’ve been doing it wrong for the past like 10 years, which is maybe why I’ve had such trouble gaining girth.
So this is how I’ve been jelqing (type 1):
Start completely flaccid, with an o-grip around the base. Start stimulating the penis, and as you get aroused kegel some blood into the penis and then clamp off at the base. Keep repeating this process (stimulating, kegeling, clamping) until 80 - 100% erect. Then jelq. The actual jelqing is the movement of the base hand up to the glans. My hand pulls the skin with it, rather than sliding over it.
I have jelqed this way because when I start flaccid, my tunica remains spongy during jelqing. For example it’s easy to compress my tunica with my jelqing hand, and maintain that compression throughout the entire jelq. For whatever reason I just felt like this way a better way to do it.
I have also always clamped like this, i.e. I start with the clamp on, stimulate, kegel, and repeat until fully erect.
The converse way (type 2) to do it would be to get erect, and once erect to clamp at the base. When I do this the tunica is NOT able to be compressed easily… it is very hard and rigid. Jelqing this way feels to me more superficial rather than hitting the deep tissues.
I’ve never actually gained anything form jelqing before, and maybe this is the reason why. Also, while I have gained a significant amount of base girth through clamping, it has been exceedingly difficult to gain mid-shaft girth for me.
So, I guess I’m just curious how most people jelq? Is it type 1 or type 2? Maybe I should start a poll to see the percentage of people who do each type, and what percentage of those people have made gains to see which way works better. Or maybe I’m the only one who does type 1?