Work Hard, Gain Hard
Sometimes I get fed up with reading posts from guys who haven’t gained and who clearly never will going about it the way they are, especially when they compare themselves to the people who do work hard to limited effect. Eventually I hit rant point. This thread (should you choose to accept it) is one of the results.
PE is not easy
It’s a simple fact that if you do not commit yourself totally, you will not gain. If you could masturbate a bit harder than usual a few times a week (and convince yourself that it’s jelqing) and gain every teenage boy and most adult men would gain 1/2” a month and the world would be full of women complaining about the need for men with shorter dicks (probably with placards and songs in the charts like “need a short dicked man”).
If you think that you can PE effectively (manually) while you catch up on some TV or read posts here or do anything else that takes your concentration away from your PEing, don’t waste your time and don’t waste our time by posting that you haven’t gained.
Even if you manage to give full concentration to a session, maximising the work done in the time, if you only get around to it once or twice a week when you remember, when your partner is out or when your parents are in bed, there is no point in losing even that time: you will not gain.
Jelqing is not masturbation
Jelqing is not frantic masturbation. After a session your dick should feel worked, feel like it cannot handle any more. This doesn’t mean you should rush in as a newbie (see below). Jelqing is about stretching the tunica repeatedly, each stroke should have purpose to it, any stroke that does not is a stroke that’s not worth doing. If you spend 20 minutes and only 1 in every 5 strokes actually does anything, you are not making effective use of your time.
There is a risk when you PE properly
When you are doing everything right you are working at a level just below that which might cause bad injury. PE is controlled injury: you are trying to injure your penis in a small, limited, precise manner. When you get this right you are skirting the grounds of more major injury (which you do not want). When you skirt this area you will fall in occasionally, no matter how careful you are. One bad session and you are there and you will have one bad session.
Start gradually and ramp up
When you start PE you need to be using the minimum force you can get away with and still gain (see below). You need to leave yourself a path to ramp up the force over time to continue gaining and you cannot go into any routine full force if your penis is not prepared for it (that is a route to unnecessary injury).
If it isn’t working change it
If you get no hint of results in 2 weeks, if you get no solid (even minor) results in around a month your routine is not working. You need to change your routine if it is not working. Measure all the time, measure after sessions to see if you are as extended as in the previous session, measure every week or two after a two day break to see if you are actually gaining, always measures bone pressed for consistency.
Make every second of your routine count. We all have limited time. The time spent on a routine should be that. Switch off your phone, sedate the kids, whatever you need to do to ensure that your time is uninterrupted and that you can concentrate to the fullest. To be a little mindlessly repetative: make every stroke count, make every stretch count, make every second of your routine count. Do not skip the warm wrap, that counts.
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