Why isn’t jelqing working? I am doing penis enlargement exercises everyday….and yet, i’m not seeing any improvement. Help!
Are you having trouble getting gains from jelqing in size, thickness or length? There is a good chance, you are actually not doing the exercises correctly. Much like you may want to hire a tennis coach for your service grip or forehand position, or a weight lifting or training mentor to ensure you are working out correctly in the gym, a guide, manual or step by step guide for male enhancement exercise is also important.
Many men learn jelqing from random articles online, and while that can be helpful, it can also hinder your goals and gains.
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For some additional information on the problems many men face when first jelqing, check out some of the additional resources below.
Jelqing is a shaft-stroking penis stretching exercise that causes micro tears in the penis tissue.
Jelqing is a basic exercise, which uses a firm, stroking motion to force nutrient-rich blood into the penis, while also stretching it, to increase size. This is a simple, but effective, four-step exercise, performed while the penis is at a 50-75% erection level (higher erection levels can be used by more advanced/experienced exercisers).
According to penis enlargement report by Cornell University:
Myth 3 – Jelqing doesn’t work because I tried it for 2 weeks and didn’t see any results. This is a common myth. Trying the jelq exercise for a few weeks and then claiming it doesn’t work. While some guys do see some gains after a few weeks, for most it takes longer. Many good jelqing programs consist of 8-12 week routines. The key to size gains is both patience and persistence.
Myth 4 – Jelqing plus pumps will get you the quickest results. Wrong! Many guys believe that combining jelqing with other techniques, such as penis pumps, will get you the quickest results possible, since you are doing two things at once. This is akin to overtraining. Doing more doesn’t lead to faster results. It actually leads to increase risk and will hamper any results from occurring at all.