Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers a question about how to balance a busy life and stay consistent, as well as hating pausing during intercourse while using Stop & Starts, in this Ask the Experts article.
Q. I need advice on balancing a busy life and building consistency if you can help.
Big Al: My advice as regards training: perform it first thing in the morning. Your hormone levels are highest then, and by getting your workout out of the way first thing in the day it can give you a sense of accomplishment which will carry you through the rest of your day.
Take an honest assessment of your schedule. Many of us claim to be busy, but upon further examination we find much of our time taken up here and there with activities like TV watching. Even if you have to split your routine you can surely find the time to train by minimizing or eliminating frivolous activities.
Q. I’ve read your instructions on how to perform the Stop and Starts exercises…
…and I like to use it during PIV sex. The problem is I hate having to pause and my woman gets anxious when I do this. Is there some other way around it? I really want to make her happy!
Big Al: The advice I’m about to give you might be initially perceived as unsatisfactory, but please take it as a whole. For your specific sexual activities you should perform them in an “Extreme Stop and Starts” type of manner. Your initial goal should be to extend the time you’re taking. This is even if you have to pause, pull out, etc. This is the unsatisfactory part, but it’s a necessary phase in the transition. Once you get to 20-25 minutes of total time, you then begin the refinement process of filling in the gaps. Issues like hardness and ejaculatory control are addressed during this phase so that, after time, you’re able to last a long time AND be able to sustain a high level of erection.ejaculatory control.
The alternative is to continue without pauses but this will cut your session short.
In the meanwhile, one quick “trick” you can perform to extend your time during sexual activity is to either ejaculate before your sexual encounter or ejaculate/orgasm lightly early in the encounter so you’re able to obtain and maintain an erection afterwards without succumbing to early ejaculations. Another option would be to use a condom which partially limits your sensitivity. The key is in enabling enough sensation for you to remain aroused, but blunting it enough to extend your session. This might require some research and experimentation with different condom brands.