Technique effectiveness vs. risk of injury
I am a fairly new member here, about 2 months into PE. First and foremost I want to say thanks for this forum. It is incredible in terms of information and helpfulness as well as bringing together a community of insightful, purposeful, and oftentimes funny contributors. There are too many to name but what Thunder has achieved here is unique and very special. I too have learned and implemented some of the basic instructions presented here with success, unfortunately I am recovering at the present time from a thrombosed vein from too forceful jelqing which leads to my thought about a thread which may or may not have been presented before. What I would like to know is considering the most frequently used techniques or exercises for PE such as manual stretching, hanging, jelqing, pumping, etc., which techniques seem to have the greatest success rates versus the risk of injury? Could there be some discussion about the amount of gains achieved and the amount of risk of injury involved utilizing a particular technique? Also based on the effectiveness of the exercise/ technique, could we prioritize that these are the most effective length or girth exercises or that there might be some ideal routine? I would most appreciate input from the veterans here. Thanks.