Big Al, of, answers questions about the Squeeze exercise and bent penis corrections in this Ask the Experts article.

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Q. I’m interested in trying clamping and combining it with the Squeeze exercise.

How would I get started with this?

Big Al: Clamped Squeezes would be performed much like regular Squeezes- except a clamp would be used at the base in lieu of a hand, and the percentage of erection is usually at 90% or higher. You’d attempt 5 reps of this movements as you would the STANDARD Squeeze, to test. This is also assuming you’ve already mastered the standard and advanced Squeeze at higher erection levels.


Q. I started the basic routine and made a bit of girth gains.

When I moved on to your Jelq Free routine and started the Squeeze I moved up to 30 reps but made no gains. I raised the erection and even did the advanced Squeeze and still made no girth gains. What should I do from here?

Big Al: If you’re not seeing much with your current regimen then MORE intensity may not be in your best interests. It might be a good idea to see if a LESS intense regimen- Squeezing with a lower degree of erection to see if this allows for better tissue expansion- may be better for you.

If you were making gains with the jelq from the basic routine then it would be a good idea for you to attempt a jelq based routine using higher erection jelqs with a generous amount of lube for the girth portion of your routine.


Q. I have a penis bend to the left.

It’s not a Peyronie’s plaque but just a slight bend. What can I do to change this?

Big Al: The easiest thing to do would be to focus the bulk of your exercises using the hand OPPOSITE the bend. If this fails to yield satisfactory results we can attempt more concerted means of changing the shape of your penis- like Erect Bends.

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