Girth Training Advice: Ask The Experts
Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about training the penis for girth.
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Q. I’ve just started with the Squeeze for my girth workouts and I’ve gotta say I love em!
I’m doing the recommended 70 percent average but I feel I can do much more. Can I try a higher erection for this?
Al: You can use a higher level of erection to make the Squeezes more intense, but you have to be careful with this- since the degree of force needed to manipulated a higher erection increases almost exponentially. If you don’t have the necessary conditioning, you might find the higher erection Squeeze LESS efficient.
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Q. You had stated that for jelqs, I should be holding one hand at the base so the skin doesn’t move up with the jelq.
However, isn’t it preferable to start from as far back of the penis as possible? And if I hold that base, I that means I have to start further ahead?
How about instead of holding the base, I just use more lube so that when I’m jelqing, it’s not actually moving up the skin?
Al: You’re correct in that you should be getting the stroking hand as deep into the base as possible. This may require you hold back skin with the other hand and spread your fingers enough to allow the stroking hand to get the proper range of motion.
You can also try using more (thick) lube. IMO, this is preferable as it simplifies the exercise. Please let me know how it goes if you decide to try this.
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Q. Why is it that I feel the Squeezes better for me for girth than jelqing even if I use about the same level of EQ?
Aren’t they both for girth?
Al: The Squeeze is considered to be a girth-direct exercise, whereas the jelq is an exercise which can be used for a variety of functions. That being said, even the Squeeze can yield some degree of length gains since the tunica is being expanded. Some have also commented on EQ improvement using Squeezes, though the [light] jelqs are, IMO, better for contributing to more blood flow.
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