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I Need Some Advice

I Need Some Advice

Hello everyone,

So, I joined the Phalogenics program back in April of this year (If anyone is familiar with it). I recently e-mailed the director of the program for some advice. With over a month and no response, I thought I’d turn to you guys.

I do my normal routine every two days. The routine is as follows:

5 minutes warm-up
Side to side stretch, 15 reps
5 minutes kegal
10 minutes dry jelqing
Erect squeeze, 5 reps
Erect stretch, 10 reps
The Compressor, 5 reps
5 minutes kegal
JAI stretch, 20 reps
5 minutes warm-down

My gains have been quite impressive, with over an inch gained in length over the course of my time in the program. I did not have the tools to measure my girth at the time up until just recently.

I asked the director if I would be able to do this routine every day rather than two days. Since I have been involved with PE for over 6 months now, is this recommended? Or should I strictly remain on a bi-daily basis?

Another glaring question I had is, are there any particular diets or foods I should add to my palette to support my gains? Any information on this would be greatly appreciated.

My last request I had is, if there are any exercises that can mitigate and upward curve? Some may say this can be a plus, but I see it as a restriction since I cannot fully bend downwards when fully erect, and this can limit me to certain positions in fear of causing permanent damage.

Thank you for your time, and I’d like to know if there are any tweaks I can make to my routine. Also, any answers to my most pressing questions would be more than appreciated.

Thank you :)


Started November (2017) BPEL: 5 3/4"

Current October (2018) BPEL: 6 7/16" EG: 4 3/4"

Goal ---> BPEL: 7 1/2" EG: 6 1/2"

First off, welcome to Thunders and based on your starting stats, stated goal and current gains you are less than 0.125” from your goal, that’s awesome, so well done. Your current program has worked quite well.

Relative to your questions, I will take a stab at what I can.

Originally Posted by Water7
My gains have been quite impressive, with over an inch gained in length over the course of my time in the program. I did not have the tools to measure my girth at the time up until just recently.

I asked the director if I would be able to do this routine every day rather than two days. Since I have been involved with PE for over 6 months now, is this recommended? Or should I strictly remain on a bi-daily basis?

If you are still gaining per your current routine I would not make any changes, especially to your on/off frequency as rest is important. If your gains have come to an end, then let’s begin to talk about the next steps. I might keep the on/off frequency and maybe just begin to experiment with increasing exercise sets and time, possibly intensity, but your current progress indicates to me that your intensity might be spot on. Do you have girth goals, if so, what are they? This will help us to further point you in the right direction.

Originally Posted by Water7
Another glaring question I had is, are there any particular diets or foods I should add to my palette to support my gains? Any information on this would be greatly appreciated.

Other than eating healthy and maintaining a regular fitness routine, I am not quite sure what types of foods might specifically aid in PE. I have done no experimentation with this, nor have I yet read much more than what looks like loosely made claims and experimentation relative to this subject. I am sure others will have more to say and can better support you with this question.

Originally Posted by Water7
My last request I had is, if there are any exercises that can mitigate and upward curve? Some may say this can be a plus, but I see it as a restriction since I cannot fully bend downwards when fully erect, and this can limit me to certain positions in fear of causing permanent damage.

I have no experience with a curved penis. If you search on this subject in Thunders you will see a lot of threads on subject, but not many directly relating to curve correction. I know this is something that one of our moderators, Thoughtfulgold, has spent some time working on and has experience relative to subject. He might be a resource for you, in addition to other members here.

Originally Posted by Water7
I’d like to know if there are any tweaks I can make to my routine.

If you are not already using constant heat throughout your routine I would recommend adding it. This can be done through the use of a space heater or an ir lamp.

Benefits of Heat in PE

Also, again, do you have girth goals or are you already where you want to be and don’t want girth to increase? This will help the community in understanding how we might suggest tweaking your current routine.

I am sure others will build on what I have answered and hopefully support you where I have been unable to add anything.

Welcome to Thunders Water, you have come to a great community.

Best wishes for continued success and big gains.


Once upon a time (2015): 6.40” x 4.50”

Today: 7.25” x 4.75”

I think I can...Little Engine’s Climb


Last edited by LittleEngine : 10-25-2018 at .

Upward curve is the way man lol says the guy with an upward curve.

Jelqing with both OK grips should help especially downward facing palm. I’m super rubbish with PE jargon.

Originally Posted by Water7
Hello everyone,

So, I joined the Phalogenics program back in April of this year (If anyone is familiar with it)…

If your gain-rate isn’t slowing I’d stick with what you’re currently doing; it sounds like it’s working for you and increasing exercises will just mean diminished returns, plus you’d be risking your gain-rate slowing down and even risking causing it to stop entirely. It sounds like the progress you’re making is good.

If you’re okay with it can you detail the exercise they have you doing?

More specifically, what are:

Erect Squeezes?

Erect Stretches?

&

What’s the compressor?

Not sure if these have been detailed elsewhere but I’m not familiar with them and curious as to what they are?

Originally Posted by TheTerrible
Upward curve is the way man lol says the guy with an upward curve.

Jelqing with both OK grips should help especially downward facing palm. I’m super rubbish with PE jargon.

The thing with an upward curve is that the bigger you get the more you like it.

Originally Posted by Gentlepsychopath
The thing with an upward curve is that the bigger you get the more you like it.

The bigger I got the more I noticed it.

Originally Posted by LittleEngine
First off, welcome to Thunders and based on your starting stats, stated goal and current gains you are less than 0.125” from your goal, that’s awesome, so well done. Your current program has worked quite well.

Relative to your questions, I will take a stab at what I can.

If you are still gaining per your current routine I would not make any changes, especially to your on/off frequency as rest is important. If your gains have come to an end, then let’s begin to talk about the next steps. I might keep the on/off frequency and maybe just begin to experiment with increasing exercise sets and time, possibly intensity, but your current progress indicates to me that your intensity might be spot on. Do you have girth goals, if so, what are they? This will help us to further point you in the right direction.

Other than eating healthy and maintaining a regular fitness routine, I am not quite sure what types of foods might specifically aid in PE. I have done no experimentation with this, nor have I yet read much more than what looks like loosely made claims and experimentation relative to this subject. I am sure others will have more to say and can better support you with this question.

I have no experience with a curved penis. If you search on this subject in Thunders you will see a lot of threads on subject, but not many directly relating to curve correction. I know this is something that one of our moderators, Thoughtfulgold, has spent some time working on and has experience relative to subject. He might be a resource for you, in addition to other members here.

If you are not already using constant heat throughout your routine I would recommend adding it. This can be done through the use of a space heater or an ir lamp.

Benefits of Heat in PE

Also, again, do you have girth goals or are you already where you want to be and don’t want girth to increase? This will help the community in understanding how we might suggest tweaking your current routine.

I am sure others will build on what I have answered and hopefully support you where I have been unable to add anything.

Welcome to Thunders Water, you have come to a great community.

Best wishes for continued success and big gains.

Thank you for the informative response! My signature has incorrect measurements as I have been measuring from the side rather than the top. So, my initial measurements were shorter than I thought they were.

However, my gains are still solid. My current measurements are: BPEL: 6 7/16” EG: 4 3/4”

My initial BPEL must have been 5 3/4” if I measured correctly to begin with.

My goals to reach are: BPEL: 7 1/2” EG: 6 1/2”

So yes, I do need to make a lot of progress on my girth even though I’m not sure what my initial girth was. I do know that I have made gains over the course of the program.

My gains have come to a very slow crawl, so I imagine it’s time for a change in my longevity and intensity in my routine.

I have heard that adding Zinc to your diet can help, however I have no proof of these claims.

I will have to do some research on any type of exercise that can fix an upward curve, so I’ll reach out to Thoughtful gold for some tips.

I do have a space heater but I had no idea that can help so, thank you! I’ll start using it during my routine.

Cheers,

Water


Started November (2017) BPEL: 5 3/4"

Current October (2018) BPEL: 6 7/16" EG: 4 3/4"

Goal ---> BPEL: 7 1/2" EG: 6 1/2"

Originally Posted by Gentlepsychopath
The thing with an upward curve is that the bigger you get the more you like it.

Sadly have to disagree. I hate my curve. Just so happy I have unusual mix of no dorsal thickening and upcurve, I think it is peyronies from not having sex for three years.

Originally Posted by Mr. F
If your gain-rate isn’t slowing I’d stick with what you’re currently doing; it sounds like it’s working for you and increasing exercises will just mean diminished returns, plus you’d be risking your gain-rate slowing down and even risking causing it to stop entirely. It sounds like the progress you’re making is good.

If you’re okay with it can you detail the exercise they have you doing?

More specifically, what are:

Erect Squeezes?

Erect Stretches?

&

What’s the compressor?

Not sure if these have been detailed elsewhere but I’m not familiar with them and curious as to what they are?

My gain rate has slowed down majorly, so I’ll need to make some changes (I do need some recommendations on what to change).

To clarify, Erect Squeezes: An exercise that requires 100% erection, form a tight “ok” grip at the base and hold for 30 seconds (I hold for 60 seconds); repeat.

Erect Stretches: Requires 70-80% erection, form an “ok” grip under the glans, stretch outward and hold for 15 seconds. Then repeat for every other direction (right, left, down, up) to complete 1 rep.

Compressor: Requires 90% erection, double “ok” grip at the base and under the glans, slide both hands towards each other and make small bends along the shaft. I make about 5 bends to the left and right, then repeat.

Hope this helps with the confusion!


Started November (2017) BPEL: 5 3/4"

Current October (2018) BPEL: 6 7/16" EG: 4 3/4"

Goal ---> BPEL: 7 1/2" EG: 6 1/2"

Originally Posted by TheTerrible
Upward curve is the way man lol says the guy with an upward curve.

Jelqing with both OK grips should help especially downward facing palm. I’m super rubbish with PE jargon.

Could you possibly explain the downward facing palm? I’ve never heard of it.


Started November (2017) BPEL: 5 3/4"

Current October (2018) BPEL: 6 7/16" EG: 4 3/4"

Goal ---> BPEL: 7 1/2" EG: 6 1/2"

Originally Posted by Water7
Could you possibly explain the downward facing palm? I’ve never heard of it.

I’m assuming he’s talking about a reverse ok grip, palm faces down. Grip starts a little closer to the body.

I really like that workout. It could very well be,you’ve moved past newbie gains and entered the next phase where gains become hard fought. If you’re still gaining, even very slowly,I wouldn’t change anything yet. Like LE said, I’d start with just tweaking reps or times if you want to change something.

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