Sporadic expansion - better than ADS?
Sporadic expansion (or SPEX for short) is a general term for performing PE exercises one or more times throughout the day as a supplement to a normal PE routine.
Successful gainers like kooljohn and bennett8 do this as part of their routine:
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The best known exercises for this are kegelling and piss pulls which can easily and discretely done at any time during the day but in the privacy of a toilet cubicle, other exercises like erect kegelling, dry jelqing and squeezing can also be performed.
My SPEX routine looks like this:
-I usually wait for a naturally occurring semi erection which warms things up somewhat.
-I visit a toilet cubicle
-Stretch my penis upwards slowly until I reach the stretch limit, hold for 10-20 seconds, release do some circular stretches and once more slowly pull upwards and hold.
-Usually I start to get hard by this time so I masturbate by dry jelqing until I get a full erection
-I then do as many erect kegels as possible and dry jelq to keep things hard
I rarely spend more than 5 minutes doing this but I usually manage to do it 2-3 times daily, every 2-4 hours.
I have noticed that during the 2nd and 3rd sessions my penis feels thicker and gets harder.
I only do enough to reach maximum expansion, above all I don’t want to over-train.
The idea of ADS and SPEX is to constantly “bother” the penis with tension and pressure to expand it to the maximum size as much as possible.
Whereas All Day Stretching (ADS) applies a constant stretch to the penis for a long duration, sporadic expansion intermittently applies a greater force for a lower duration. Both force the body to go into adaptive mode which in PE means getting longer and thicker as a way to adapt to the abnormal stresses that are unnaturally applied.
The advantage of ADS are: it is passive, clinically proven to work and avoids “turtling”.
The disadvantages are: having something unnatural attached to your skin, higher risk of injury, long duration, inconvenient for urination, bad circulation and indiscreet (depending on device design)
The advantages of SPEX are: no device is required, it is pleasurable, discrete, can be done in any toilet cubicle, it is quick - lasting less than 5 minutes.
The disadvantages are: not clinically proven, risk of injury if done excessively with cold shaft, the penis will eventually turtle to its normal flaccid size.
Does anyone else do sporadic expansion exercises? Please share your experiences.