Progress - Manual exercises only
Hey everybody, I am new to this forum, so this will be my first post.
First off, my story:
I have been doing PE exercises on and off for about ~2yrs now. I am not that new to PE, but the techniques I use are just the basic ones and I keep the intensity level pretty low, so I wouldn’t consider myself a “pro”. I originally started PE to try to correct unwanted curvature but long story short: gained ~.5” with no change to curvature, had corrective surgery (now straight as an arrow), lost ~.5” in length due to surgery (very typical), and with things pretty well healed have picked up PE again to gain back lost length. I have now just gained back the .5” I lost and have been contemplating on whether or not I want to keep going. — I think I’m going to keep going! :D
I am not looking to make any serious gains, and the basics have been working pretty well for me, so I think I am going to stick with a solely manual approach. It seems like there are always questions amongst the newbies on how effective manual exercises are, how fast (if any) are the gains, etc.. So I figured I would track the progress of a simple, non-balls-to-the-wall approach.
Current Stats and Goal:
I am currently at BPEL 7.5” and MEG 5.875” which on a fairly slender 6’0” frame already looks pretty good. I think my goal is going to be the magic 8” x 6”. I keep going back and forth on whether to continue because I prefer more slender women and don’t want to end up with anything that is unbearable. My last GF was ~5’3” 110lb asian and she handled things no problem after a few sessions so I think I’m ok? Not sure if this was a fluke though.
Anyways, as I said before my routine as of now is very simple. I may step things up if gains begin to slow, but have no intention of going to any devices:
Twice per day (morning/night):
- Manual stretching: 30sec stretch, 30sec rest, for ~15-30min.
I pull hard enough to have minor soreness after each session, generally going a bit more intense (pulling harder and exercising longer) on the evening sessions as sleep gives my body more time to recover.
I make sure to eat a diet high in protein and make sure to get a lot of sleep (I also lift weights so this is pretty easy/worthwhile)
I may start incorporating jelqueing into my routine as I get closer to my length goal. I really don’t want to overshoot on girth.