Thread: 2 Months waiting for results
- 12-29-2012 #1
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- Oct 2012
Okay so it has been 2 months and haven't really seen results. I have done it like 5 day a week... consisting of hanging for 40 mins (10 lbs). I was doing jelqing and stretches for 20 mins until last week, I replaced it with 20 mins of more hanging. 3 weeks ago I got my penis extender, wear it like 5 to 6 hours a day normally 6 out of 7 days. Do like 100 kegels a day. The change in routine is because I hate jelqin.
Since I have change my routine, I guess, I except it will take time. My question is, is this normal and am I expecting too much too soon?
I picked my new routine because anything else I won't stick to it and will quit. How much longer do you think I should give the new routine before I start making judgements that it isn't working? On whole my erections have improved, that's a plus.
- 12-29-2012 #2
jelqing, and next I read about an (allegedly) scientific report that supported that using an extender on the penis would improve length. The only way I could know whether it could actually be done, was to try it out on myself. First I tried a simple jelq routine months before I even knew about this place. (It was a simple jelq routine I found posted on the internet.) It didn't do anything to my penis but giving it a discoloration, so I gave it up after about three months. A few months later I bought an extender. I extended the hours recommended (8-10 hours) for each day for approximately three months before giving that up as well. There was no change in size. Not that I know of; I didn't measure flaccid stretched length before later on, so I can't be completely sure that a basis for growth wasn't done. At the time I started using an extender, I found this site; and that I read about the different techiques was definitely one of the reasons why I gave up extending. Next I moved on to JP's 90 Day Beginner Routine. I followed this to the point (well, I think I did) for three months. Still I could measure no difference. However, I knew that this was a conditioning period and I had long before learned that some people are hard gainers. Of course I had settled with being a hard gainer myself.
I continued by doing some variation of the JPs routine. I started doing some longer warm-ups, some longer stretches, and I also integrated v-jelqs. Also I just got into the 'feel' of it, where I wanted each exercise to have a quality feel to it, instead of counting repetitions. And the incredible was that after all this time, I suddenly got results in a matter of less than two months. Approximately 1/2 inch. I see that as really good results, considering that I had been doing three different routines before this last one. And exactly because I had done three other routines, I would never classify my results as 'newbie' results. Had I been an easy gainer, I would definitely have expected these results to come earlier.
As different individuals we react differently to exercises. With normal muscle building, I would say that any common program would and could apply to most people. With PEing I would say that it is much more complex.
When it comes to it, only you can decide when to give up a routine and start a different routine.
But personally I would change the routine (perhaps only a small adjustment), if I wouldn't see any difference in a couple of months. (Speaking about first gains now.) But then I am only speaking from my own experience with my own body.
- 12-29-2012 #3
Have you started hanging without PE'ing for a few months? if so that is one very bad decision if you dont want to get injured.Starting Point: September 2010: 6.5" x 5"
Goal: 8" x 6"
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Trying to spread PE to a bigger audience, and I'm running a competition to win a free BIB Hanger too!
- 12-29-2012 #4
- Join Date
- Oct 2012
jelqing and pumping before hand and also gradually built up the weight. I will give myself another two months, cause only been three weeks on extender and will try a different hanging device... need to go down to diy store to build a proper one.
- 12-29-2012 #5
Some people gain a lot harder than others. Expect to gain slow if you stated with EQ that was already excellent and/or you already have long and loose suspensory ligaments, as many newbie gains are based mostly on these two factors alone. Just keep at it, it can be frustrating when gains are slow but it's still well worth the effort
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