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  • Penis stretches and kegels (JP90)

    I saw a few replies of members saying that kegels get while stretching can cause injury.

    Why is there a step in JP 90's routine that involves exactly that? E.g. stretch to the right and do 25 quick kegels.

    Or am i misunderstanding something?

  • #2
    There is an update I take it you read that as well? So why the poat?

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    • #3
      The thread I saw was https://www.pegym.com/forums/beginne...deos-pics.html

      It already mentions being revised but the kegels are still there on the routine description.

      Or is there a reply somewhere in the thread with another revision?

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      • #4
        So you read the revision, you are supposed to be over 18y to be onsite.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by WastedMan View Post
          The thread I saw was https://www.pegym.com/forums/beginne...deos-pics.html

          It already mentions being revised but the kegels are still there on the routine description.

          Or is there a reply somewhere in the thread with another revision?

          your link refers to a post made in 2013, by user mrlucky7, who has a grand total of 5 posts to his credit.

          Be advised that members post all kinds of things, (this IS a forum), and that when you read anothers post, that you take great care in how much credibility you read into that post.
          Valued Member of 11 years at the PEGym
          Looks are deceiving, mirrors don't lie.

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          • #6
            Then why is that thread on the sticky topic as a beginner's recommendation?

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            • #7
              This is the amend I refered to . What is unclear.

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              Pelvic floor balance (April 2013 amendment)



              CAUTION- The technique of stretching while kegeling can be harmful for those who don't have the requisite level conditioning to handle it. if you're new to training it would be in your best interests to become proficient in the standard kegel before attempting to stretch against a kegel contraction.


              Pelvic floor balance is of paramount importance, it affects both erection quality and ejaculatory control. In order to avoid creating an imbalanced, or tense, pelvic floor you will need to do reverse kegels in addition to the kegels that are performed during the stretching part of the routine. I have posted two links below which explain the importance and mechanics of pelvic floor balance, and also how to do reverse kegels. Since we are hoping to maintain balance, you should try to do an equal amount of kegels and reverse kegels.

              https://www.pegym.com/forums/prematu...r-balance.html

              https://www.pegym.com/forums/prematu...se-kegels.html

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