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How do you descirbe pain ?

girthycin

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You know it says dont ignore pain in beginners article,but what kind of pain we should not ignore ?

Is a little pain okay
? while you train your biceps of course there is little pain but you still keep going is it same pain ?
 

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If you're a beginner then you shouldn't even be approaching discomfort. The first few workouts should be devoted to mastering the form and feel of the exercises.
 

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part of learning/conditioning, is to learn what to expect, what to feel, whatever reactions/results.

This way, you'll know if something is irregular/what is normal/not normal.
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Yea I don't think beginners, which I count myself as, should be feeling pain.
I think that's why I've struggled with jelqing, I often during or afterwards felt pain - maybe I was doing it too hard. Recently I've tried it again a bit gentler and it doesn't hurt.
When I use the AndroPenis extender, I usually feel a tension along the shaft and that I think is good, but when sometimes it hurts, like it's pulling a nerve, i see if I can adjust it and if I can't, I take it off and reapply. I've had nerve pain before from a motorbike crash and it's no joke so I'm not keen to get any more.
So yea like the others have said, whatever you do, start gentle, learn the technique, get a feel for it and for your own limits. It's more important to not hurt yourself than to start gaining from day 1 - you won't be able to gain anything if you hurt yourself and can't exercise. All the best
 
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