wadzilla, can you be a bit more specific in timing ?
For how many minutes did you do the jelqs, stretching ?
When you did manual stretching, didn’t your hands get tired ? Didn’t you find it difficult to hold a firm grip, required for a vigorous stretching ? Everybody here is doing almost the same stuff, but the devil is in the details. If you have a strong arm, you could stretch with a force, I don’t know, 3x higher than someone else, who thinks he’s doing the same thing… A quantitative description rather than a qualitative one would make PE a science and not an art.
For example Hot Wraps:
- what was the temperature (estimate) that you used ? Couple of degrees plus or minus, could make all the difference in the world.
- how homogeneous was the heating ? Was it all over, focused on a particular area (say dorsal part) ?
While I find these kind of posts very inspirational, they don’t help me as much as they could. Sorry if I seem ungrateful, I’m just pissed thinking that I may be spending alot of time doing something that wouldn’t work..
1) Hot Wrap (5-7 min.)
2) Dry Jelqs (slow & strong)
3) Powder Up & did vigorous stretching (60- to 90-second “sets”)
4) Did 15-25 more dry jelqs, to restore “plumpness” after stretching
5) Hot Wrap (5-10 min. - doing lots of Kegels the whole time)