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Short Duration/High Intensity VS. Long Duration/Low Intensity

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Which has yielded you better results?

Short duration / high intensity

1041.67%

Long duration / low intensity

1458.33%
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Short Duration/High Intensity VS. Long Duration/Low Intensity

Which have you found to yield better results.

Short duration with high intensity (example: heavy hanging for shorter sets)
Long duration with lower intensity (example: light manual work for an hour a day)

Make sure you add what your routine is focused on (jelqing, stretching, pumping, clamping, hanging, etc.)

A VERY interesting topic that I would like to eventually explore in great depth.

Long duration low intensity for me. There are other combinations though, extremes like short duration+ low intensity and the adverse.

I think pretty much across the range of PE techniques the answer is long duration at low to moderate intensity.

High intensity leads to injury and for me, the key has been avoiding injury at all costs. I started PE using high intensity and can say from my own experience, I no longer use it.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

Originally Posted by gprent
I think pretty much across the range of PE techniques the answer is long duration at low to moderate intensity.

High intensity leads to injury and for me, the key has been avoiding injury at all costs. I started PE using high intensity and can say from my own experience, I no longer use it.


I agree with gprent, too much force isn’t working for me.
Probably i’m more an extender guy :) .


Se state cominciando il PE non cercate routine avanzate o fantasiose, rischiate solo di farvi male o di non guadagnare.

Usate la Newbie routine :) .

Originally Posted by UFGator
Which have you found to yield better results.

Short duration with high intensity (example: heavy hanging for shorter sets)
Long duration with lower intensity (example: light manual work for an hour a day)

Make sure you add what your routine is focused on (jelqing, stretching, pumping, clamping, hanging, etc.)


Sorry didn’t read your post earlier. I tried jelqing (so far the sole one that gave gains with low duration), manual stretching, hanging, extender, These days I’m pumping, my penis has become so tough that I have no hopes to see gains, so I’m doing it basically to inquiry this interesting techinque.

Well, my initial gains were attained extremely forcefully. One full inch of length with a mechanical stretcher for a half hour a day in a hot bath.

After that I plateaued until I began to hang this year, and this I do the traditional low intensity/high time way, with reasonable initial results.

I have probably seen 3/8” length increase in six months.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

Originally Posted by marinera
Sorry didn’t read your post earlier. I tried jelqing (so far the sole one that gave gains with low duration), manual stretching, hanging, extender, These days I’m pumping, my penis has become so tough that I have no hopes to see gains, so I’m doing it basically to inquiry this interesting techinque.

Yes but you gained 2 inches or am i wrong? I think it’s natural for a penis to become tough after a lot of PE.


Se state cominciando il PE non cercate routine avanzate o fantasiose, rischiate solo di farvi male o di non guadagnare.

Usate la Newbie routine :) .

Originally Posted by andrea_pe
Yes but you gained 2 inches or am I wrong? I think it’s natural for a penis to become tough after a lot of PE.

That would be the understatement of the year!


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

Less than 2” actually, but still very good gains. Yes it is normal that becomes tough, but I think with a more patient approach ganis could have been more noticeable. As a side note, I consider myself a normal gainer. A lot of work will pay for most of people through the years.

Originally Posted by a-unit

That would be the understatement of the year!

? I don’t get the meaning :)


Se state cominciando il PE non cercate routine avanzate o fantasiose, rischiate solo di farvi male o di non guadagnare.

Usate la Newbie routine :) .

Originally Posted by andrea_pe

? I don’t get the meaning :)

Understatement = minimizzare, come dire che Angelina Jolie è carina. But he’s agreeing with you anyway.

The people who are posting here now, marinera, gprent have incredible PE knowledge and of course I defer to their tried and true experiences. However, I would like to make a point about intensity and see what they think.

Before I go on allow me to explain intensity the way “I” mean it just so I know we are talking about the same thing. I do not consider “long” necessarily intense. Hanging 1 oz for 36 hours straight is NOT my idea of intense. Intense, the way I mean it is hanging 1000 pounds for 1 minute (please forgive the extreme examples but they illustrate what I am trying to say better than I can define it).

Intensity has proven itself to me time and again in the gym and my gut feel (at first) was to apply intensity here as well. However, hours of reading here at the forum reinforced that what works in one area doesn’t necessarily transfer successfully to another. Maybe the answer is to approach it systematically?

Many people try an intense PE routine (perhaps a TOO intense routine) and after injury or other negative consequences back off, and rightly so. But because of their negative experience in intensity, they take with them the feeling that ALL intensity is bad. That opinion however, is not really giving intensity or their own personal growth potential a fair shake. Misuse of ANYTHING is bad but I think we’re throwing the baby out with the bathwater so to speak.

While I still believe in intensity, it is now a “cautious intensity”. When I am done exploring the effect rest has on growth I would like to try something that explores developing a systematic way for a person to achieve as much personal PE intensity as possible WITHOUT spilling over into ANY negative consequences such as lig toughening or worse, injury. This way everyone could utilize their own personal “maximum intensity level” allowing them (I feel right now) more growth potential.

I think it’s the correct INDIVIDUAL level of intensity that is important here.

I believe we all have our own personal and safe “maximum intensity level”. By maximum intensity level I mean the maximum intensity level an individual can PE at WITHOUT any negative consequences WHATSOEVER.

Why would it be good to know this? Because as a believer in intensity, I think working PE at only 25% or 50% of safe maximum personal intensity does not allow for achieving FULL growth potential. We DO have to at least achieve SOME micro tearing.

I think a systematic and intelligent way to approach one’s own personal maximum intensity level can be developed. The ideal system would allow for maximum intensity and maximum gains WITHIN one’s own personal “safe zone”. Intensity is not bad. Misusing it is.

And andrea_pe is right. “TOO much” of anything doesn’t work. What I am talking about here is the CORRECT individual amount of intensity.

Any times I’ve gained it’s short amounts of time with lots of strength involved. Reminds me, I should go back to that. :D

I wish to add that gains achieved through low intensity are more stable; I mean, you hear people saying ‘I reached X inches, but then I gave up and my gains disappeared.’. I rarely hear this from people who gained using extenders or low pressure pumping.

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