The importance of technique
Here is a personal discovery that I want to share.
For the past 4 months I have been doing my wet jelqs the same way, and have only just slightly altered this technique a week ago. And in that week my cock had seemed a bit different. A bit bigger and more strained with what I think is faster growth.
It has made me realize that a lot of the gain process has a LOT to do with the technique of your jelqing. This may be obvious information for most of you, but I only found this out recently. Technique really counts! If you’re not gaining, check your technique, try some different things until you get something that seems to get results. It might help!
In case you’re curious, the difference in my technique is this. When I used to jelq, I used to not trap the blood as effectively as I could. I still gained, but not to my full potential. I used to push the blood up my penis with one hand, get to the gland, THEN put my other hand at the base, then let go with the hand at the top, and push up the penis again. NOW, with my new technique, I push the blood up the penis with one hand, and when I get to about 1/2” away from the gland, I put my other hand at the base, so that blood doesn’t escape, and continue pushing blood up for half an inch then release and push with the other hand.
The difference is that I am not using one hand at a time, so to speak, but rather I am using one hand to trap the blood while the other one does the jelq EARLIER than I used to. I’m not totally sure, but I think this might be a key aspect. I’ve noticed that my penis is hotter and more “worked out”. I don’t know how to explain it, but my body just feels like it was better.
I’m sure glad I found this out, though I wish I had’ve discovered it when I started! Oh well, live and learn, right?
Anyway, anyone else got any confirmations or disagreements with this discovery? I’d be interested to see if there’s some sort of consensus regarding the technique, or if most people don’t know this. I get the feeling most people will be like “duh!” towards this. But I just had to share!