The following article is Part 1 of the Extreme Stamina Training series. These articles were written by Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com.
As the lead trainer over at meCoach, Big Al has extensive experience helping men reach their male enhancement goals, including improving stamina. He can help you reach your male enhancement goals too!
Extreme Stamina Training
This particular series will address the spectrums of stamina training- from the low end, where the common symptoms are premature ejaculation, performance anxiety, and even erectile dysfunction; to the other end of the spectrum – where unusual levels of stamina and conditioning are sought- and where the domain between high EQ and high level enlargement begin to merge.
The third part of this article will cover Emotional/Mental Conditioning- creating the necessary emotional environment and mental objectivity for successful stamina training and sexual performance.
Low End Stamina
Before we proceed with this article, it should be noted that issues like erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation can and often are contributed to by performance anxiety. That part of the equation will be discussed in greater detail in the last part of this series – titled: “Emotional/Mental Conditioning”
Stamina is the “temporal” portion of the EQ equation- with “hardness” as the other measure. Men with low EQ would need to train stamina directly- and it’s likely other factors related to performance- like cardiovascular conditioning, diet, and lifestyle may need to be address to get the maximum EQ increase possible.
A standard stamina routine like the one shown here should be sufficient to get started with standard stamina training.
We HIGHLY recommend forgoing any enlargement work until your EQ is at acceptable levels.
It’s also possible to lack stamina from a performance perspective, and this usually means problems with premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation can be caused by conditioning and can be a product of anxiety. If emotional reinforcement is necessary then the tactics discussed in the third part of this article series should help. For now, we’ll cover the aspect which can be addressed via training.
Premature ejaculation is defined as sexual contact insufficient in time to be considered “satisfactory”. The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) defines Premature Ejaculation 15 seconds or less from the beginning of sexual intercourse.
In cases where premature ejaculation is physically caused by negative conditioning (e.g.- masturbating in a rapid, furtive manner), the “Extreme Stop and Starts” exercise can be employed to counter the effects:
In order to accelerate your progress in this area we’re going to take a more drastic approach to the Stop and Start exercise. For your Stop and Starts, you’re going to work with UP TO 10 “stops”- as opposed to the normal 3 stops per session with this exercise. Even if you have to take long pauses or slow down the tempo, do your best to get up to 10 minutes total with this exercise. Once you can comfortably get to 10-15 minutes with the 10 stops, we’ll maintain the time and reduce the number of stops each session.
Stay tuned for Part 2 of this series!