- 01-04-2013 #1
Does one just have to wait around? Is there anything active that can be done, such as light jelqs, exercise, heat, extra sleep, certain nutrients?
My second question is a bit more advanced. I understand poor PI means overtraining, but what does that REALLY mean for the penis? Can you describe that using penis anatomy terms, such as CC, tunica, ligs, nerve endings, gland, etc?
Last edited by TheLion; 01-04-2013 at 12:40 PM.Start(Winter 2010) NBPEL=6.75, EG=5.5 (about a half inch fat pad)
Current(12.23.12) BPEL=8, EG=6
Goal BPEL=9, EG=7
- 01-04-2013 #2
- Join Date
- Jun 2009
Rest, rest, rest. Poor PI's will more likely than not either leave you with an inadequate erection level for jelqing, or if you get it up the chances for an injury skyrocket. The problem with your last question is that the answer unfortunately could be any of the above, or some of them. It depends on what is fatiguing your unit. Could be everything would be fine if you perhaps go two on one off, five on two off, etc. Problems could be caused by frequency, which could be too many reps, too many exercises, or too many days in a row. Intensity can be factored in.
- 01-04-2013 #3
It is generally agreed that a penis healing in a semi-flaccid state will heal quicker then one in a turtled state. Heat can help bring out a semi-flaccid but it's hard to heat it all the time. What you can do is practice meditative RK's which can give you a flushed flaccid, this helps the blood flow and healing process.12/2/12
BPEL: 7" (+3/4")
NPBEL: 6 1/2" (+3/4")
MSEG: 5 1/16” (+1/2")
MSFG: 4 3/8” (+3/8")
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