Long term program
I’m into running and jogging, and as terms I’m familiar with words like base endurance building season, race preparing season, race season and rest season. People do have rest weeks during other seasons as well e.g. every 3th or 4th week, which are very important to make sure that ones body recovers from hard exercises. Training programs are built based on these seasons and facts.
I was just surfing around and cheking out peoples routines, I can actually notice that DLD in a way uses these principles. When he has uses a “basic” program/routine for a while, and reachad (or close to) plateau stage, he drastically changes his program into very intensive one in order to brake the plateau. Even if he probably isn’t familiar with the term rest ;) , still his results are so phenomenal. Actually we all do this in a way, but maybe we aren’t aware of it so much…
What do I mean with all this? Well, I think one way to construct a PE routine/program would be that one could think his program further than just a month or so changing it in a certain order. We could think that one cycle could last for example up to even 6 months, where these characteristic (base building-, peaking- and rest seasons) were joined together.
One could reach a good base by training basic exercises ie. static or JAI stretches and jelquing, which could last for two-three months gradually increasing time of workouts like 20% every week but rest week. 5on-2off on 6on-1off could be a good daily plan and weekly probably 3on-1off could work well. In this stage the idea would be to get steady and slow coming gains, and also getting used to exercises, and to do them in a efficient way.
After the base training stage is over, squeezes and more advanced stretches would come along to the program. Jelquing time could be cut to half compared to what it was on 1st stage, and training twice a day could be under consideration. Daily plan 2on-1off or 3on-1off, weekly 2on-1off. In this stage the target would be to reach the maximal growth ie. to peak the base, that was built during the 1st stage/season. This stage could last 6 weeks.
Last season would be rest season, which could last two to four weeks, where the meaning would be to train only two to three times a week. That would be enough to cement the gains reached during 1st and 2nd season. Also, this season will recover the penis, so we could start the 1st season again after rest season.
As a result, the routine could look e.g. like this:
Base building stage: 12 weeks, every 4th week rest (ie. cutting ~50% of last week exercises off). Adding about 20% workout time every week but rest week. 1st week: 5 minutes stretching and 15 minutes jelquing. 11th week (12th is rest week): 15 minutes stretching and 40 minutes jelquing.
Peaking stage: 6 weeks, every 3th week rest. Twice a day, 10min DLD blasters, 10min jelq, 5min squeezing. Slight daily modification is allright, but no too much adding workout time in order to avoid over working your dick. I think that it is essential not to go longer than 6 weeks, because your dick will adapt quickly to squeezes.
Rest season: 3 weeks, 3 times a week, 5 minutes stretching and 10 minutes jelquing just to cement the gains and recover penis.
This all has been probably discussed before in some way, but I don’t think that anyone really makes this long term workout schedules. I think I am into something here, ain’t I? ;) Is there anyone willing to try this kind of program?
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