Updating EQ, Erection Levels During Training, and Super Kegel limits: Ask The Experts
Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about updating EQ in journals, erection levels for intense girth training and time limits for Super Kegels.
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Q. Hi Al, Why do you ask me to update your EQ for each session…and how is this important for my training?
Al: Your EQ and conditioning are great barometers for this- which is my I ask clients to update EQ stats each session. At the beginning of a cycle, your sessions should be within your comfort zone. As the weeks progress, your workouts should get more challenging. Along with growth, your EQ and conditioning should continue to improve. The goal is- once you hit week 6- you should “peak” as regards your training, conditioning, and EQ.
The layoff cycle would begin next, since training past a peak would cause a decline.
This is deliberate, and the above is designed to allow you maximum progress in a cyclical manner.
Q. My Squeezes are coming along well, and I noticed I’m conditioned enough to train with a higher erection level. Would it be OK for me to try this? I noticed it’s harder to Squeeze this way, though.
Al: Once you get to 90% erect and higher, the turgidity of the penis makes it to where you need to apply an increasing level of force as you approach 100%.
Better tissue expansion is the goal, but you should be SLOWLY adding more force as your conditioning improves. This will allow you to get more expansion even at a higher erection level without causing harm. Make sure you’re monitoring the quality of how this affects you, as you don’t want to sacrifice quality just to go more intensely.
Q. I also had a quick question about the super kegels. What’s the maximum amount of time I should work up to for a single set? I’m at 3×170 seconds right now and am adding 10 seconds every session.
Al: For Super Kegels, the practical ceiling is 5 sets of 100 reps. You’re already past that in total volume. Once you get to 5 sets of 100, you can focus on maximizing hardness and even begin using slightly more force over time.