Juke's thoughts on making big gains
Let me preface this post by telling you a bit about my experience. I discovered MOS in 2003 and no hyperbole, my life has never been the same since. I’ve gained at least 1” length and 1.5” girth (love clamping), and of course a lot has changed with that.
I wanted to contribute what has worked for me, and I hope that will help others out there achieve their goals. I really see many guys struggling with one concept, the most important one. The idea of “how much should I do and how often?”.
In my opinion, MORE IS BETTER. That’s right, stretch/clamp/jelq/pump as much as you can. The biggest mistake I see guys making is comparing PE to weightlifting. They are entirely different ideas and mechanisms of making gains. Weightlifting/bodybuilding is contractile tissue growth. The science behind is pretty well known. PE is more like stretching your hamstrings, you do not need much rest, in fact the more aggressive you are, the better gains you will make (most likely). Some gymnasts go through some pretty extreme routines to maximize their flexibility. PE is not much different, stretching various tissues over time.
Many of the big gainers I have witnessed on here have been those that are the most ‘obsessive’: those that spend much time daily and approach with the most enthusiasm. I am one of those people - I have maintained a routine of 3x a day clamping, 20min in the morning, 20min afternoon, and 40min in the evening. Let me tell you, a routine like that will give you huge gains with the right intensity. I wish I had time to keep that up, I think I could gain 0.5” girth a year consistently with that.
Don’t get me wrong, safety is the most important thing. Gradual increases is the key. The body is capable of some amazing things. Look at professional fighters - they are able to take repeated brutal hits to the face without even a bruise or cut - where most people would be in the hospital from that kind of abuse. What’s the key? Adaptation. The body will adapt to almost anything. You have to work up to the high intensity work that is needed for big gains. The limiting factor is the soft tissue: skin, blood vessels, etc. With enough conditioning, those tissues will be tough and you will be able to really stretch the tunica to the point where you will make REAL GAINS. Newbies will hurt themselves with thrombosed veins because the softer tissues are weak and can’t handle the stress.
How can you tell you will grow? The answer is feeling the stretch. If you can’t feel the tissues stretch, you won’t gain. I’m not talking about skin stretch.. that’s easy and does nothing. When you feel the tunica stretch from a set of clamping, where you feel a tingling all over and a sensation like a hamstring stretch, then you know you will be making gains. You will notice an immediate increase after the session - the tissues have been pushed beyond their limits. You will feel a fatigue the next day (not just hanging but with girth work as well). The more fatigue you have, the easier it is to stretch beyond normal capacity. THAT is where gains come in. People have bashed that guy with the “gone from whatever to 7 inch girth” thread a lot, but IMO he had the right idea.
Again I have to say, proceed with caution and TAKE YOUR TIME. Very gradually increase intensity. A working penis is better than a big broken one. Always listen to your pain receptors and at the slightest feeling of a bad pain, back off. Aim for a good stretching feeling, not a painful feeling.
Last edited by raybbaby : 03-29-2011 at .