Jon Pop’s 90-Day Beginner Penis Enlargement Routine FAQs – Part 3

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

How do I know if I’m Kegeling right?
Does the 90 days include days off?
How long is this beginner’s session supposed to last?
Instead of doing wet jelqs, may I do dry jelqs instead?
I always get erections when jelqing, what should I do?
Is it OK to have sex on PE days?
Why do I get red dots on my penis?
What percentage erection level do I use when jelqing and stretching?
How hard do I pull when stretching?
After I have done my beginner’s session, it never feels like my unit has had a work out. Is this a sign I should up the reps or intensity of the exercises?
My flaccid penis seems to look like its getting ribs on both sides of the shaft. They disappear when I become erect. Should I be worried about this?
When I do the rotary stretches, particularly in the anti-clockwise direction, I seem to get a weird clicking feeling after every full circle. What is this?
Is it safe to jelq at 100% erection?

 

Q. How do I know if I’m Kegeling right?

A. There is an easy way to find your PC muscle, to help ensure you’re performing Kegels correctly. Get an erection, place your finger on the head (glans) and hold it there. Use the muscle you use to make your penis push against your finger, in other words, the one that makes your penis jump up. That’s the muscle you want to use to do Kegels. To learn more about how to do Kegels, check out this article — Kegel Exercises for Men .

 

Q. Does the 90 days include days off?

A. Yes, it does include days off.

 

Q. How long is this beginner’s session supposed to last?

A. There is no set time period for a beginner’s session.  Don’t rush. Take your time to ensure you are doing the exercises fully and correctly.

 

Q. Instead of doing wet jelqs, may I do dry jelqs instead?

A. I feel I get a better jelq and movement of the blood bulge, sliding up the shaft, with the wet jelq. I think it would be very hard to do the “V” jelqs without some kind of lube.

 

Q. I always get erections when jelqing, what should I do?

A. The good thing in all of this is — the longer you do PE, the more your penis will get used to the sensations, and it won’t seem so much like masturbation. If you have to snap one off, to maintain a 50-60% erection, go ahead. Even a 30-40% erection level is ideal for jelqing. Practicing edging can be helpful with this too. Over time, your penis will know the difference between exercise and intercourse.

 

Q. Is it OK to have sex on PE days?

A. Heck, yeah! Every time you have an erection, you bring nutrient-rich blood into your penis, nourishing it and helping it build the new cellular growth needed for enlargement.

 

Q. Why do I get red dots on my penis?

A. These are called “Newbie Spots.” They are caused by gripping too tightly. They are small broken capillaries and will heal by themselves. Make sure you are totally warmed up before starting and lighten up on the grip. Your grip should be just hard enough to move the blood bulge, with a 40-60% erection level.

 

Q. What percentage erection level do I use when jelqing and stretching?

A. The proper erection levels are as follows –

  • 0-30% for stretching
  • 30-60% for Jelqing
  • 40-60% for the “V” Jelqs

 

Q. How hard do I pull when stretching?

A. Pull just hard enough to feel a solid tension throughout your penis. You should feel no pain!

 

Q. After I have done my beginner’s session, it never feels like my unit has had a work out. Is this a sign I should up the reps or intensity of the exercises?

A. This routine is designed as a conditioning phase and an introduction to the correct ways to do the exercises. Do the routine as written, in the time frame you choose. If you follow these instructions, you will see an improvement in Erection Quality and some gains in your overall penis size and health.

After completing this 90-day routine, you may advance to some of the more advanced exercises, or continue with this routine if you continue to see gains. However, to avoid injury, do not up the the intensity or duration until you have finished the course as written.

 

Q. My flaccid penis seems to look like its getting ribs on both sides of the shaft. They disappear when I become erect. Should I be worried about this?

A. You are starting to expand your tunica. This is a positive sign.

 

Q. When I do the rotary stretches, particularly in the anti-clockwise direction, I seem to get a weird clicking feeling after every full circle. What is this?

A. This is the ligaments riding over the pubic bone. I got this quite a bit when I first started. It’s nothing to worry about, unless it bothers you. After you stretch your ligs for awhile, it will stop.

 

Q.  Is it safe to jelq at 100% erection?

A. Jelqing at 100% is masturbation. You will not see much gains from doing this, although it feels good. This routine is based on 30-70% erection level.

Read more FAQs for JonPop’s 90-Day Beginner Routine in Part 1 and Part 2.

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