Thread: Am I Overworking Myself?
- 02-29-2012 #1
I took about 3 weeks off from PE due to school and have now just come back. Over the course of those 3 weeks I noticed that I would frequently wake up with morning wood and getting an erection was also seemingly easier. I have now done just 3 sessions of my routine and the morning woods are gone, and if they do happen, they're a lot weaker than before. I think that my erections are still as strong as before, but it certainly requires more work to get them and maintain them. The thing is that the same things were occurring before I took my break as well. I'm pretty sure I have made some gains since starting this routine back in the summer so I'm unsure if difficulty achieving an erection during edging after my sessions is a result of me just being fatigued from the work out or is a manifestation of overworking and over stress, especially considering that I always believed that edging was supposed to be easy by the end of PE. I remember when I had just started PEing in the summer and I wasn't doing manual stretches at all during my sessions. All I had was a warm up, jelqing and edging (with a bit of ULIs thrown in every now and then). I now do 15-20 minutes of manual stretching after my warm up and before jelqing. Could that be the cause? I'm almost positive that my EQ had been better. I'm going entirely for length right now and will focus on girth a bit later so it does make sense to incorporate a bit of stretching into my routine. But they do seem to be an EQ killer for me. Do you think that I'm most likely overworking, or do you think that I should take stretching out of my routine? If I take them out, other than low-EQ jelqing, what else could I do for length (no pumping/hanging as I've only got my hands to use). Thank you.
- 02-29-2012 #2
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
Drop the ulis for now, as they are pretty intense. IMO you should incrementally reduce you workout untill things return to normall and use that as your new baseline.
- 02-29-2012 #3
jelqing)? I've also been PEing for about 2 years (first one was mostly on and off but I did build up a good base). Would that change your opinion on me taking out the ULIs?
- 02-29-2012 #4
- Join Date
- Jul 2010
I mean slowly reduce the amout of reps/time, not take out whole exercises. If you are comfortable doing ulis I suppose it is fine. Just start taking things a bit easier.
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