Thread: Moving up in workout
- 08-08-2010 #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
So does anyone have any opinions on whether it is better to increase PE workout regimens by adding more time, intensity, or both?
- 08-09-2010 #2
Monitor your PIs, and make sure your EQ is solid, if you feel sharp pain, immediately back off...
Never do more than one at a time / Only do one of the following:
-add repetitions or time
-add a new activity
Do the beginner routine first if you're new to PE to condition yourself before you try anything more advanced (this will reduce the odds you'll end up with an injury).
I hope that helps.
- 08-10-2010 #3
Yes I have an opinion. That is, if you are conditioned enough, you can pretty much do what ever you want!
If you are one of those guys who follow a strict routine, building it slowly with baby steps with 'less is more' in their minds, then blink2000 is right. You can choose to add some more time or some more reps to your current exercises.
But if you are like me who is doing what he wants and when he wants without caring much about any routines, then you can alter your programme and exercises the way you want without counting time or reps.
It's your choice!
- 08-10-2010 #4
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
Well I do PE 4-5 times a week and I haven't seen any dots (popped capillaries) or darkened rings like I have gotten when I first started out so I think I am pretty conditioned but I don't want to build up way too fast, But I would like to throw in an exercise or two and some more intensity/time when I workout to give a little boost.Starting Measurements (August 2010):
Current (January 2012):
BPFSL 6.50" (+1)
BPEL 6.25" (+1)
EG 5.25" (+.25)
- 08-10-2010 #5
I'm pretty sure you're here to make a bigger penis.
The way to do that is not by beating yourself up or by jumping into advanced exercises right away that will unnecessarily toughen up your ligaments and tunica. The only reason you ever want to increase the forces you're exerting on your penis, is because you're not gaining due to lack of fatigue and lack of penile deformation (not gaining length/girth). On the other hand if you get too much fatigue, and too much deformation this can result in macro tears (e.g. nerve damage, loss of feeling, burst blood vessels, torn tunica, torn ligaments, whatever (all bad). With enough damage, you might not even have a usable penis (then PE wont do you much good).
I suggest you study all you can and take an educated approach with PE.
Also remember, length first, girth second.
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