Are you at the right place ?

Are you at the right place ?

Training correctly for maximum productivity
DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this article is not intended to replace professional medical advice. It is crucial to consult with your physician before starting any new exercise program.

In this series of articles, we'll explore male enhancement safety. This will be a three-part series of articles.
Starting off right for maximum gains while minimizing the potential for injury

Training for male enhancement differs from other forms of physical training. Unlike weightlifting or bodybuilding, where soreness or discomfort might indicate progress, in male enhancement training, any significant discomfort is NOT a good sign! It's a passive endeavor focused on achieving maximum tissue stretch and optimizing blood flow.

Prioritizing caution regarding both the intensity (force/weight/tension) and volume (duration/frequency) is essential. It's easier to increase these factors in subsequent sessions, but once applied, they can't be easily reduced. Initial sessions should focus on mastering movement form and becoming accustomed to any devices used.

Learning how to feel what's happening when you train will be most useful - not only for preventing injury but also to ensure you're getting an optimal level of tissue stretch. Enhancing this kinesthetic awareness will also allow you to gauge the effectiveness of new training methods compared to your previous ones.

While isolating specific aspects of your penis is a good idea, it should be known that there are no purely specific length and girth movements. What affects length will have some carryover to girth, and vice versa.

Penis Length
When aiming to increase length, there are two primary targets: stretching the suspensory ligament at the base of the penis and elongating the shaft (tunica). Initially, you may feel the tension concentrated in the tissues at the base of the penis. As your training progresses, you should start to feel elongation in the shaft itself.
To know if you've had a good session, you should note some degree of temporary lengthening during and immediately after a session. The penis should feel worked, but not exhausted.  
Do NOT stretch to the point of pain!
Hangers, extenders, pumps, sleeves, leg bands and manual stretches target length very well.

Penis girth
Girth requires the lateral expansion of the tunica, which in a large part is induced with a combination of lateral tunica stretch and hemodynamic pressure. The development of your Erection Quality (EQ) - a combined measure of stamina and hardness to its utmost extent will be a major factor in your girth gains.
Use caution for any type of compressive, pumping or constrictive movements, and start off with a moderate level of erection. Once your erection level goes above 90% for a particular exercise, a disproportionate amount of force will be required to manipulate the tissues. Training at this level is the domain of the advanced (with the exception of stamina training exercises, pumping or ring use).
Your penis should have a pumped appearance both during and after a girth session.
Jelqing with a higher degree of erection and lube, girth-specific manual exercises, pumping, and penis ring work can all enhance girth gains- as can stamina specific exercises.
Improving sexual stamina
Sexual stamina training involves using movements to increase EQ and ejaculatory control. Advanced stamina training may even involve developing the ability to become multiorgasmic.
The largest number of injuries comes from the abuse of stamina exercises- Kegels, in particular. With the Kegel, it's vital that you start with a low number of repetitions and only contract as hard as you need to accomplish the contraction. In time, you can begin to add repetitions, and once you've achieved a high rep count, you can look into SLOWLY adding more force.
Edging and vigorous sexual activity are also excellent for the development of EQ.

Before you get started
Every session should begin with a warm-up and end with a warm-down. The warm-up is vital to injury prevention, and heating the tissues will also make them easier to stretch. The warm down extends blood flow/tissue expansion and initiates recovery.
A warm-up/warm down of 5-7 minutes each with slightly higher than body temperature is optimal.
In the next edition, we'll provide instructions for ensuring maximum safety and productiveness for specific movements/techniques.
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