Thread: A Question
- 03-15-2011 #1
- Join Date
- Dec 2010
As you know theres the regular jelqing where you just make an ok grip and move it up to the glans
then theres a jelqing method where you make a grip below the glans to trap the blood between the head and the base so just on the shaft. This second one is more advanced because you're doing the squeeze at the same time and its this jelqing method thats in jp's routine. The second one is much better because it expands the cs more effectively for girth and lenght.
I always did the regular jelq stroke effectively because with my second hand I would hold my ballskin so it doesnt move up as I jelq
The problem with the second jelqing method is that you dont have a third hand to hold down the skin as you move the grip up because you are already using a second hand to make a grip below the glans.
I just want to make sure Im doing this effectively so my question is, when doing the second method jelq as I mentioned, is it actually normal for some skin to move up from the base to the midshaft as you are jelqing holding below the glans ? If it is then I have nothing to worry about in terms of doing this effectively but if you people who have an experience with these squeeze type jelqings say the skin shouldnt move up then maybe I should consider buying a cock ring and put that below the glans.
I use vaseline and olive oil as a lubricant.
- 03-15-2011 #2
Be careful with the way you describe things: you're not doing really doing a proper squeeze when you jelq according to JP's routine, you just hold your grip under the glans (not tighter) until you start your jelq motion with your other hand. That's a proper two-handed jelq. But yes, it is more efficient, at least visually when you perform it...
To prevent the skin to move up, you can use a lot of lube and switch from an underhand grip (if this is what you were doing) to an overhand grip (which allows you to jelq closer to the pubic bone by the way). But in any case, you'll probably still have some skin pulled. Don't worry too much about it...
- 03-15-2011 #3
I think it's good you hold the scrotal skin back, this will help prevent turkey neck.
There's a method I've used that may help, I should save this somewhere because I keep typing this lol. Sit on either end of a sock and put the middle part between your penis and testicles, adjust tightness by pulling either end further through. Be careful with circulation issues though.
This works quite well, it will at least reduce the skin movement.
Thicker lube should help so maybe consider dropping the olive oil?Foreskins are friends.
- 03-15-2011 #4
- Join Date
- Dec 2010
Allright Ill try the sock thing
Vaseline is a thick lube, still doesnt slide too well
olive oil is considered good tooStarting: 7.75 BPEL * 4.9 EG
Goal: 8.5 BPEL * 6