1. The middle finger rides across the side of your penis - not around it.
2. The basic stretch and the circle stretch are two different exercises.
3. Probably not.
4. I'm not sure what you mean by awkward feeling - sorry, man I can't help you there.
1. I can't keep a grip on it unless I squeeze really hard on the side. Even then the web of my fingers never touch it. I am holding it like a cigarette in my two fingers. Is that how you do v gel qs?
2. Can you explain the circle stretch? It says "Next, while still holding the stretch, pull straight out and do 10 stretches in a BIG circle to the left and 10 to the right holding the pull." What stretch/pull do you hold when you do the big circles?
I also have a similar question as razor. My penis is only 4.3 inches long. Obviously jelqing at 40-60% is not enough and it's too short. Is it alright to jelq around 70-90 % erection.
Number one sounds like it might be a wrist angle issue. Just my guess. I suspect that the awkward angle of the V-jelq is making it tough to get comfortable. Sound like a plausible guess? Try 'em seated if you haven't already. And if that fails, try 'em standing. Try until you find what works. Wrist position is something you'll have to play with. I can't imagine that it won't fit in the webbing of your fingers unless you have thick girth and very close fingers (possible).
It's kind of like a cigarette in a way. Your palms should face upwards if you do them seated.
The big circles are simple - don't let the wording get to you. Think of how a compass works in math class. You make a big circle by with the device, and your pencil draws a perfect circle. Basically, all you do is go through your range of motion 360 degrees.
Lastly, I'd avoid getting to high on the erection level. 70 is probably not too bad, but 90 is too erect. Again, the numbers don't do as good a justice as the description. You'll feel the appropriate level. If you get too hard, it won't seem like your pushing any blood forward. It's okay that your 4.3. You're right - the exercise will be tougher for you than for a guy who starts out with a big ol flaccid, and that's okay. You still have to follow the same technique guidelines, however.
How many jelqs are counted as one rep?One stroke or two?And JP said in the first page something about v-jelqs that you should pull left,right,up...whn you finish that "circle" is that one rep or every time you pull it you count one?Thank you alot guys,i know it has been sayed so many times but in the beginning it's hard to find all this
For the standard jelq, you do right hand and left hand and that equals one rep. Two strokes (one with each hand) = one rep. If you're counting, just go 1...and....2....and...etc.
For V-jelqs it's different. You go like this: up, up, up-right (1st rep), up, up, up-left (2nd rep), repeat. The reason for this is that you're still alternating hands left and right every rep, but you also do every third rep up and to the side. Ya dig?
Right on, Razor. Glad to help you, considering all the advice I've gotten from others around here. You'll certainly find that as you become more comfortable with your technique, these good sessions become more common.
Heh - George was always my favorite. He picks up an attractive woman with this: "My name is George. I'm unemployed and I live with my parents."