- 02-09-2012 #11
Ok, so to clarify, the UV has the fingers pointing down to the ground (it is essentially an A grip as opposed to a V grip)?
And do you have your palm pointing outwards or towards your stomach?
Also, when I v-jelq I use my free hand to hold my scrotum because if I don't I tend to bring up a load of skin when I jelq, since I will be using both of my hands for the UV do you have any suggestions to avoid this?
Looking to incorporate them into my routine as normal V-jelqs are quite disappointing!
- 02-09-2012 #12
jelqing downward also helps to reduce skin pull because you are putting pressure on your upper ligs and that helps hold skin back. Increasing your erection level will also help to keep the skin tighter. I use a water based lube and switch hands after every 10 jelqs. When I switch I also re-moisten my jelqing fingers (to save on water I have a cup of hot water that I dip my fingers into).
- 02-12-2012 #13
Surprisingly I haven't had a problem with excessive skin pulling I think that the problem with the V-jelq was that I was pulling my scrotum and turkey-neck up along the shaft when I began the jelq stroke. The UV actually eliminates this problem as it uses an A grip.
Also, I have added a mini-squeeze to these, when I reach the glans I leave the A in place and squeeze while I put the other hand in place at the base, I then squeeze both for about 2 seconds before bringing the hand at the glans to the base in order to clamp my fingers and start another stroke.
In regards to UJs, I can't do them properly because of my scrotum and turkey-neck, it just doesn't feel like i'm doing it right. As an alternative could I do some sideways UVs in order to work out the CS? I am mainly looking for girth so adding to my depth is an essential part of this.
- 02-12-2012 #14
I tried a couple of UV's sideways just to see what it was like, but my unit wanted to twist too badly. Haven't spent any time trying to work out the kinks.
- 02-12-2012 #15
Ok, if I work on the technique in order to avoid twisting do you think that it could effectively target the CS? if not could you recommend another exercises other than UJs?
- 02-12-2012 #16
Ribi99, when doing the V's I have only been able to use my pointer and middle finger when doing them, could never get used to using between middle and ring finger. Am I ok doing it my way compared to the "right way", I've never felt like I had a good grip using the correct way.
I think I still get some good blood flow, when I read your OP and your talking about color of skin behind your jelq mine is fairly white also while doing them.
- 02-13-2012 #17
The whiter the skin behind your jelq means that less blood is escaping from your grip - a definite good sign.
- 02-13-2012 #18
jelq. If you can do that, you will get results, regardless of what technique you use.
- 02-13-2012 #19
Tried a sideways UV for 5mins this morning and it worked out well, my penis twisted occasionally but not very often. I think that it will be good for the CS as the knuckle of my "bottom" finger is placed squarely on the CS for the entire jelq stroke my only concern is that the knuckle of my "top" finger is placed upon the vein that runs along the top of the penis, I didn't feel any pain or discomfort but could this be dangerous? the vein is basically the same size as the dorsal vein so it is probably important
- 02-14-2012 #20
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