Assessing the Effectiveness of Exercises, Stamina Later, and the “60 Minute Rule”: Ask The Experts
Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about assessing exercises during training, training stamina at a later time, and utilizing the “60 Minute Rule”.
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Q. How do I know my enlargement exercises are having an effect? I see a good pump after my workouts but is this enough?
Both my conditioning and erection quality are very good so I can train at a high rate of volume and intensity.
Al: A post-training “pump” is a good sign you’re on the right path.
ALL enlargement exercises require hitting a “sweet spot” between not enough and too much. In the case of conditioned trainers such as yourself, you can train intensely without incurring negative symptoms- but what happens when you go overboard is a toughening response- as opposed to the desired flexibility.
For assessing length, using BPFSL before AND after your sessions. If you’re noting a 1/2″ increase or better in the post-training measure, you’re on the right track. Anything under 1/4″ elongation is a sign you’re either not getting enough stimulation, or (from heavy sessions) too much.
You can do the same with girth exercises, but halve the figures given above.
Q. Is it OK for me to perform the stamina portion of my training at a later time?
Al: If you have scheduling issues and aren’t able to perform all of your training in one sitting, then splitting your workouts is better than missing the session altogether- though it’s not an optimal scenario.
A well designed routine will be set up so that each exercise cascades into the next one. The stamina exercises are great on their own, but when you’ve pre-stretched the tissues with enlargement specific exercises the stamina exercises in and of themselves become effective ENLARGEMENT exercises.
Q. You mention a 60 minute rule for edging requirements.
There are some weeks where I’m sexually active more than others. How would this work then?
Al: The BEST form of stamina training is live, vigorous sexual activity. It surpasses any form of manual training for obvious reasons. The only instance where it would be recommended for you to perform manual edging (Stop and Starts) instead of live activity is if you don’t feel ready for sexual contact.
The “60 Minute Rule” applies to your estimated level of vigorous sexual activity. In essence, if you’re getting 60+ minutes of said activities then you’re fulfilling all of your edging requirements for the week. Less than this, and you can make up for the balance with manual edging.