Ok lets see what i could add in here =)
1. When you guys jelq, do you actually feel the blood in the head at the end of the stroke?
When I jelq I don’t really feel too much pressure, besides I used it as a warm up to the squeezes anyways. I feel the pressure alot more during squeezes.
2. Do you guys prefer overhand(fingers to ground) or underhand?
I’ve tried both too, and I like overhand better. I get a better grip for squeezing the sides of my penis, which is what I like to focus on.
3. Do you guys have skin covering the head at the end of the stroke? By the way I’m uncut.
I’m uncut too, and yea I let the skin cover my head. Sometimes I pull the skin back from my head, when I’m holding the squeeze for a 10second count. ps: my head has been looking huge lately =)
4. Sometimes I feel a slight crunching feeling in my shaft all the way up. Not pain, or discomfort. Do you guys know what I’m talking about?
You know, I remember a couple months ago I had that same problem. It lasted about a month or so, but everytime I jelqed down, it felt like something was crunching inside, it was weird. I dunno what I did differently, but I haven’t had that problem in months.
5. After a good jelqing session, are you guys really engorged and full? I only seem to get this when I throw in some squeezes.
Well I always do about 10-15mins of squeezing now, so yea I definitely feel a better pump with squeezes. Overall squeezing just pushes so much blood through your penis. I luv it.
I know I threw alot of ?’s but I’m still a little uncertain if my technique is perfect.
Man, like Ucla said, no one’s technique is perfect, but you get better with experience, and you learn alot through your mistakes. Just keep experimenting and see what works best for you.
6. UCLA, I watched the video of the guy jelqing on yahoo. He was using fingers u, going pretty fast, and looked like he had a VERY gentle grip. Is that really the way it’s done?
I’ve seen that video too, definitely not a good example of jelqing, BUT he is hung as hell.
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