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    After doing PE for several months with no gains, I took the advice of PhibbysHammer and started doing the JP beginner routine. I'm only 1 month 1week in so it's still too soon to tell if gains will come or not, but there is one thing that I noticed: during the first 2 weeks, it felt like a heavy workout. In fact by day five i almost couldn't finish and i very much welcomed the 2-days off. Afterwords though, i haven't felt any burn, as in I think i have gotten used to the routine.

    My question is this: should i stay with the rotine EXACTLY till the end of the 3 months, then modify. OR, should I increase something (time of jelq, number of reps, number of sets, etc.)?

    oh and before i forget, my positive PI's (bigger veins, slughlty harder morning wood) came during the first two weeks and since then I haven't really seeen any changes.

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    If its too much, back off a bit in intensity and reps. If you feel unworked, add a bit. You don't have to wait for 3 months to go by to adjust. If you feel more comfortable doing 2 on 1 off do that for instance. Cater your routine to fit comfortably for you.
    Dr. PhibbysHammer has not got 3 degrees from HARVARD, YALE and PRINCETON and is in no way LICENSED TO PRACTICE MEDICINE or PSYCHOLOGY. https://www.pegym.com/forums/success...hacts-phi.html

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    • #3
      Originally posted by kce View Post
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      oh and before i forget, my positive PI's (bigger veins, slughlty harder morning wood) came during the first two weeks and since then I haven't really seeen any changes.
      These were my first positives also and I'm confident by this month's end you'll see even more. Please keep us updated.
      Dr. PhibbysHammer has not got 3 degrees from HARVARD, YALE and PRINCETON and is in no way LICENSED TO PRACTICE MEDICINE or PSYCHOLOGY. https://www.pegym.com/forums/success...hacts-phi.html

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      • #4
        Yeah back off a bit, lighten the grip, keep the erection between 30-60% during the jelq portion of the workout.


        For I will restore health unto thee and I will heal thee of thine wounds, saith the Lord Jeremiah 30:17

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        • #5
          @kingpole

          Are you advising to lighten the load as a response to my earlier comment about being worn out in the first 2 weeks, or is this just general practice?
          The reason why I ask is that I normally jelq at about 70-80% (or 8 o-clock position) and was just wandering if the 30-60% was just general good practice or should be done if you feel worn.


          @Phibbys Hammer
          Good to hear. Dd your veins constantly get bigger, or did they get bigger and sort of level off?


          Thank you both or the response.

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          • #6
            They leveled off but are very noticeable witha nice erection.

            You should never jelq at over 70% erection level!! 30-60 % is preferred.
            Dr. PhibbysHammer has not got 3 degrees from HARVARD, YALE and PRINCETON and is in no way LICENSED TO PRACTICE MEDICINE or PSYCHOLOGY. https://www.pegym.com/forums/success...hacts-phi.html

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            • #7
              feeling the burn

              Originally posted by kce View Post
              After doing PE for several months with no gains, I took the advice of PhibbysHammer and started doing the JP beginner routine. I'm only 1 month 1week in so it's still too soon to tell if gains will come or not, but there is one thing that I noticed: during the first 2 weeks, it felt like a heavy workout. In fact by day five i almost couldn't finish and i very much welcomed the 2-days off. Afterwords though, i haven't felt any burn, as in I think i have gotten used to the routine.

              My question is this: should i stay with the rotine EXACTLY till the end of the 3 months, then modify. OR, should I increase something (time of jelq, number of reps, number of sets, etc.)?

              oh and before i forget, my positive PI's (bigger veins, slughlty harder morning wood) came during the first two weeks and since then I haven't really seeen any changes.
              kce, I'm a nubie also, and my experience was that I over did the routine a lot and lost my wood. Took a break and got them back.
              I also felt the burn ,like regular exercise. But, what I did was find what signal of over doing it I should pay attention to.
              Turns out ,morning wood was my clue. I felt that as much as I jacked my dick I could do any thing with it. Not correct.
              PE is different. Took me almost the 3 months to figure this out. My current program is about 50% less jelqs than noted.
              And I've made them mine by listening to my body.
              At this time my dick is conditioned to the routine. Finally. I can work it good and keep my hard wood.
              You'll get there. I went from 5.5" to 6.2" in a little over 3 months. Might be newbie gains, but gains it is!!
              Every 10th" is good news .

              Stretching my Friend in 3 dimensions.

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