- 11-24-2013 #1
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- 11-24-2013 #2
It's a bit of a challenge to stay in that perfect range, especially when you're starting out. As time goes on, it becomes much easier to control.
It's okay to stop for a few seconds and focus on something completely different, like work, bills, school...anything that will bring it down. Or, a trick that I used, gently blow some cool air over it. We all know how well the cold can kill an erection.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 11-24-2013 #3
I may get some flak for this, but I don't fully agree with that recommendation about "never" doing erect jelqs. For most trainees, they should do their jelqs with a fairly high degree of erection (but not fully erect. For the very advanced trainee who knows himself very well and whose penis is strong enough to handle the training, a fully erect jelq can be of benefit.
Again, this is something that one could try if they have enough experience so that they don't hurt themselves- as the erect jelq is a risky exercise.
Give your glans a firm but not painful pinch when you feel yourself getting too erect. That should help it subside more quickly.Want a FREE month of coaching for your training? PM or email me for details!
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- 11-24-2013 #4
I agree 100% with Big Al. High erection levels and jelqing isn't for the newbie, but as one progresses through PE, learns their body and experiments with easing them into the routine I feel it can be safely done. I prefer jelqing at higher erection levels personally and feel that I can generate more internal pressure that way, but I took the time to ease into it correctly.
Another way to help an erection level subside a bit is to do a uli for a few seconds before continuing to jelq. I find that it's less stimulating, and it turns into a bonus girth movement to boot.
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