Thread: Question about base girth
- 05-27-2010 #11
- Join Date
- May 2010
- United States
- 05-27-2010 #12
jelqing and after my ULIs and other squeezes. It helps to be about 85-90% erect when doing them. I use an OK grip with my thumb and index finger facing me and I start right behind the head of my penis and I just do a jelq backwards towards the base. I started doing this after my penis started looking like a "Bob Marley Joint" in that infamous poster of his! LOL...try them. I do about 10 reverse jelqs after every set of 50 normal jelqs and when I do my squeezes, i do 10 after each squeeze exercise I do. I can notice the difference with these.
ONE THING THOUGH...your penis needs to be conditioned for this. If you are just starting, stick with a newbie routine until after a few months.02/1/10: BPEL - 6"; EG - 4"
10/1/10: BPEL - 6.75"; EG 5.00"
5/1/15: BPEL - 6.50"; EG - 5"
- 05-27-2010 #13
- 05-27-2010 #14
- Join Date
- Apr 2008
Yes, the reverse jelqs need to be done at a higher level of erection to be effective. The corpora cavernosa are actually closed off at both ends, not open on the "inside" end as some might expect. But about a third or so of the corpora are internal and therefore can't be jelqed so you need more blood in the penis to generate enough expansion. Also, if the penis isn't reasonably stiff, a reverse jelq is sort of like trying to push a piece of cooked spaghetti, it doesn't work well.
I agree that a newbie probably should avoid these. If you do them right, you will feel expansion at the base of the penis, and maybe even in the internal part of the corpora as well.
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