Baseline for the Squeeze, a New Bathpump Routine & More: Ask the Experts

bathmateBig Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about establishing a baseline for the Squeeze, gives a new Bathmate routine, how to use an extender while working on the computer, and much more.

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Q. Regarding the Squeeze and establishing the baseline…

… how do I know my baseline? Is it the point where I start losing an erection level necessary to perform the exercise? The guide says start with 5 and work up to 50. I will start to lose the erection at some point for sure. Do I simply bring myself back to the desired erection level and continue? Where is the point where I’m done for the day?

Big Al:  Your initial test should be to train up to your limit of comfort- not pain or exhaustion.  You need to err on the side of caution as you’ll be expected to increase reps and intensity from the initial point for 4 to 6 weeks.  Starting too intensely will cause you to “peak” too early.  The 50 rep outline is a recommended MAXIMUM, and is usually achieved once you’ve reached a high level of development.

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Q. A question about not using the Bathmate,…

… I am curious, from a technical point of view, as to why it is better to not incorporate with the jelq free workout?

Big Al:  Pumping is a workout in itself and places further stress on the penis.  You can only do so much and recover (and grow) before your next workout.  I’d advise training “pump free” for at least a few weeks to see how you do on the “Jelq Free” routine itself.

Optimally, you’d use the pump during your warm down from your standard training, but you can use it on a couple of your off days once you get acclimated, provided your EQ stays high.

A routine for using the pump would be as follows:

Week 1:

  • Day 1: Pump: 5 minutes
  • Day 2: Pump: 6 minutes
  • Day 3: Pump: 7 minutes

Week 2:

  • Day 1: Pump: 8 minutes
  • Day 2: Pump: 9 minutes
  • Day 3: Pump: 10 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark)
  • Day 4: Pump: 11 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark)

Week 3:

  • Day 1: Pump: 12 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark)
  • Day 2: Pump: 13 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark)
  • Day 3: Pump:  14 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark)
  • Day 4: Pump:  15 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 minute mark)

Week 4:

  • Day 1: Pump: 16 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 minute mark)
  • Day 2: Pump: 17 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 minute mark)
  • Day 3: Pump:  18 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 minute mark)
  • Day 4: Pump:  19 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 minute mark)
  • Day 5: Pump:  20 minutes (increase pressure again at the 5 minute mark and again at the 10 and 15 minute mark)

The days worked above should be adjusted to your schedule.

Q (part 1). I have purchased the X4 extender. Is there a way to use…

… the extender for a few hours while I’m working on the computer at home?

Big Al: You can either do pure extender work or you can do a few sets of manual stretches to “pre-exhaust” your penis, so you can drastically cut down on the time needed to do your extending.

Q (part 2). Can you tell me more about combining the pre-exhaust with use of the extender?

Big Al: Pre-exhausting means you simply do a few sets of manual work prior to your extender work, to pre-stretch the penis. This would drastically eliminate much of the time requirement for extender work.

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