When I have made great gains, I...
Lets try this from the opposite approach than we usually take.
Mostly we say, so much time, or wt, or vacuum pressure or repetitions, etc.
The problem with that is that it doesn’t take into account that people respond differently. Hence, we say you have to experiment and find what works for you.
OK, true enough. But what I have noticed is lately, I have been experimenting with some different combinations of techniques and I have gained about 1/4 in in a couple weeks.
What I noticed though, is that after the sessions that have produced the best results, that I see and feel the same thing.
I noticed my cock gets noticeably thicker, reddish and longer, and the sessions are pleasant not any real discomfort.
Other times when I haven’t made as much progress, I had been getting much less expansion during my exercises.
So here is what I am proposing;
Lets compile a list of observations you have made when you are in a period of good progress. Lets see if we can draw up a physiologic map to guide us through EFFECTIVE PE.
For example, lets just say that when I pump and clamp at the same time, and have gotten some great results, I have noticed that my cock inflates fairly quickly, feels great doing it, and get minimum shrinkage during the rest of the day. Further, I notice increased nocturnal erections. During this time I notice a slow but steady increase of the size of my cock while in the tube, almost daily…certainly weekly.
Get the idea? Don’t post your speculations, or new routines…just what you have seen or felt when you are in a good growth phase.
If this has any merit, we should be able to more accurately tell when we have jelqued or pumped or hung properly, and hopefully increase our effectiveness at this.
Hopefully we can develope some dependable guidelines that could clue you in as to whether you are wasting time, or on to something effective for you.
It would also be VERY helpful to include the signs you have noticed when you are getting it wrong, and have either not made any progress or have lost size.
Between knowing what a good sessions looks and feels like, and sure signs you are getting it wrong, I think we can all cut down the time it takes to zero in on the zone and stay in it longer.