JonPop’s 90-Day Beginner Penis Enlargement Routine FAQs – Part 1

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Here is the follow-up FAQs for JonPop’s 90-Day Beginner Routine, promised in the article — JonPop’s 90-Day Beginner Routine SummaryThe information below answers the most common questions received about JP’s routine, and most of these answers are from JonPop himself.

 

This is the 1st part of a three-part series on FAQs for JP’s penis enlargement routine. Please see JonPop’s FAQs – Part 2 and JonPop’s FAQs – Part 3, for more of the most common questions. Questions in this FAQ article include:

Could you explain the penis anatomy, so I know what the glans is?
Why should I do the JP 90-Day Routine?
What are Physiological Indicators (PIs)?
How often should I workout?
What are the basics of jelqing?
What is the helicopter shake?
Is a jelq device better than your hands?
Which lube should I use?
Is the LOT (loss of tug) theory still relevant?
Can you increase reps or intensity, as you go?
Is this routine just for beginners?

 

Q. Could you explain the penis anatomy, so I know what the glans is?

A. Check out — The Penis: The Definitive Guide to Man’s Most Prized OrganYou’ll not only have a great explanation of basic penis anatomy, but also learn all you need to know about the penis.

 

Q. Why should I do the JP 90-Day Routine?

A. This routine is proven, and is for conditioning your penis. During the 90-day time frame, you should see some results, and be conditioning yourself for more advanced routines. It is strongly recommended you first condition yourself, before attempting ANY advanced or intermediate exercises. You risk injury, if you don’t!

Q. What are Physiological Indicators (PIs)?

A. Physiological Indicators (PIs) are the physical responses you can observe, in your penis, due to penis exercising. Review our article – Physiologic Indicators (PIs) to Help Penis Growth! – to learn more.

 

Q. How often should I workout?

A. Two days on, one day off, is recommended for beginners. However, as you progress in the routine and have no negative PI’s , then you can try the five on two off schedule. If you decide to try the five on two off, pay close attention to your PI’s !

 

Q. What are the basics for jelqing?

A. Jelqing is one of the most effective penis enlargement exercises. It’s also one of the simplest. Using an OK-grip, you stroke up the shaft of the penis, filling it with nutrient-rich blood. Check out our article — What is Jelqing? How to Jelq to a Bigger & Harder Penis — to learn more about jelqing, find links to videos on jelqing, and even learn about the many variations.

 

Q. What is the Helicopter shake?

A. The helicopter shake is an exercise that using rotational force to facilitate enlargement. Imagine twirling a key chain around in a circle. You perform this same movement, with the penis, using your thumb and index finger.

 

Q. Is a jelq device better than your hands?

A. Jelq devices definitely have some advantages over manual jelqing, especially for those with weakened hand strength, or who want to ensure an even pressure with their jelqs. You can learn more in our article – The Advantages of Using the Jelq Device to Maximize Jelqing Results.

 

Q. Which lube should I use?

A. This really is a personal preference, but Johnson and Johnson baby oil gel or a good water-based lubricant works well. There are many kinds. Do a search on the forums for some of the members’ favorites.

 

Q. Is the LOT (loss of tug) theory still relevant?

A. The LOT theory was originally created by Bib. It was a popular way to exercise when JP wrote the 90-day routine. Although there is merit in the theory, it’s been found gains come just as quickly (or slowly) by adhering to (or not) the LOT theory.

 

Q. Can you increase reps and/or intensity as you go?

A. JonPop’s routine was designed to show newbies how to do the exercises, not go overboard, prevent injuries, and condition the penis for more strenuous exercises to follow. As you progress, follow the routine exactly, and listen to your body. If you feel you can increase intensity or duration, ease into what you are comfortable with. If any soreness occurs, back off and take a day’s rest . JP advises you do at least 6 weeks of his routine before upping the exercises.

 

Q. Is this routine just for beginners?

A. No, these exercises work for penis exercisers of all levels. More advanced PE’ers can just increase the amount of reps per session. In fact, many guys use this routine after deconditioning breaks. It helps recondition the penis and avoids any restart injuries.

 Read more FAQs for JonPop’s 90-Day Beginner Routine in Part 2 and Part 3.

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