Basic Supplements, Problems With measuring, and Adding Reps: Ask The Experts
Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about basic supplements, problems with measuring and adding reps.
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Q. I would like to ask your opinion on sunflower lecithin.
It can increase cum? Also any supporting supplements need to go with it?
Al: Sunflower based lecithin should work well. Go for the granules over the capsules as it’s better economically. Take 1 tbsp each day until you achieve a good consistency- then you can maintain on 3-4 tbsp per week.
Make sure you’re well hydrated to maximize the effect.
Also make sure that you’re getting in adequate levels of zinc. If you take a daily zinc tab, take it with protein of some sort.
If you’re following a healthy diet then the above would be sufficient for maintaining optimal function.
Q. I have a problem. When I want to get an erection for my workouts or sex there’s no challenge but when I want to measure my penis doesn’t get a full hard up because I get nervous.
What can I do to fix this?
Al: Learning to relax by using Emotional Visualizations will help you to train your mind to encourage the desired emotional backdrop for your measures.
You might consider “surprise” measuring when it’s time. To do this, make sure you have your measuring implements available within easy reach. When you’re training or otherwise involved in activities where you have a maximum erection- stoop- then immediately measure before you have a chance to think much. This should allow you to bypass any associated anxiety.
An alternative is to measure BPFSL (Bone Pressed Flaccid Stretched Length). This measure is usually within 1/2 inch +/- BPEL (Bone Pressed Erect Length), and is considered a good predictor of immediate future length gains.
Q. What’s a good rate of increase for reps on my exercises?
Al: The amount of reps you add for an exercise with depend on a couple of factors: the amount of reps you’re currently performing and the exercise itself.
For most movements, you’ll start off at a relatively low rep count. For example, the Squeeze: 5 reps as per the Jelq Free Routine instructions. From there, you’d add 1 rep per session. You can keep this pace up until you hit the 20 rep mark, and from there you may begin to add 2 reps per session. This is because the rate of increase reflects a proportion of the whole.
Some exercises like jelqs and Side to Side stretches lend themselves to somewhat greater increases per session due to their ease of adaptability, but you’ll need to use indicators like how you feel after a session as well as your EQ to ensure you’re not adding too much (or too little).