Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about the Squeeze expansion, Stamina Exercises challenges and transitioning from Stamina Exercises to Penis Enlargement Exercises, in this Ask the Experts article.
Q. I’ve been doing the Squeeze for awhile…
…It’s a great exercise and my member looks very think when I do it and also after the exercises, but I want to know just how much expansion I’m getting. Can you advise?
Big Al: Something you can do to confirm efficiency is the “Ruler Squeeze” exercise. Using a cloth or plastic tape measure, wrap it around the central portion of your shaft that’s left exposed when you do your Squeezes, and secure it with a rubber band wrapped around the length of the tape. Be sure to have a little overlap so you can see where the beginning of the tape is in reference to the measurement. It’s not “pretty” and you’ll have to work at it to get an accurate reading, but once you get it down pat you’ll be able to gauge just how much expansion you’re putting your penis under.
Q. Lately I’ve been getting frustrated with my stamina exercises…
…I just can’t seem to get into the groove of it and I’m starting to not like doing them. Is there something wrong with me?
Big Al: A huge component of stamina training is the mindset. You must learn to adopt an objective approach to your training! When you’re preparing for training, during training, and even after training, learn to cultivate a backdrop of positive emotions. This may be difficult,at first, but with practice you’ll get the hang of it- and the rewards will further a positive cycle of improvement.
Understand that the goal isn’t to get good at the exercises- the exercises are merely tools for your development.
Q. I’ve been working on improving my stamina for awhile and have made good progress….
…I’m ready to get into enlargement, but I want to take it slow and not do anything to sacrifice my EQ gains. What’s a good course of action for these goals?
Big Al: A good benchmark to set before focusing on stamina exercises is to make sure you’re able to maintain satisfactory EQ. This is different from “optimal” EQ- which is more of a mid- to long term goal worked towards. That being said, we all have our individual priorities.
An enlargement exercise which is good at fostering good EQ also is the light jelq. These jelqs would be performed moderately in all aspects- a moderate level of erection (~70%) to facilitate both length and girth, a moderate level of lubrication, moderate speed (2-3 seconds per stroke), and the force used would (for now) be moderate to light. As you gain proficiency and conditioning you can adjust the level of force used SLOWLY over time.