I feel y’all on the manuals. I’ve been hearing y’all say manuals since I’ve been on here. (I guess for a year now). I’ve been trying to incorporate manuals since then, and I always get semi erect. When this happens, I’ll stop, and restart. However, a post manual stretch w/ heat, seems to really do the trick. I’m also trying to practice kegeling. Do I stop and go on these, or do I squeeze hard enough where it makes me stop. Or is it a combination of both? I’ve asked several times since I’ve been on here, and I’ve researched it. I just want to make sure I’m doing it right to make gains. A lot of y’all are great motivators, through visuals and instructions. This thread targets my main goal. Girth is great, but I want to hit that cul de sac.
Won’t stop, til’ the washing machine splish splosh.
I also get semi erect when stretching and it’s a real problem when I’m trying to do fulcrum stretching over a rod or via twisting my hand. Generally to combat this I have a small space heater I bought off of amazon that I put on high and heat up my dick with it. The really high temperature tends to cause the semi to die down quite rapidly. Though you have to be careful and not leave it on too long so you don’t burn yourself. Heat is also good for PE obviously and I find that my space heater works the best.
For kegels it’s best to do a variety. Regular and reverse (pushing out instead of pulling in). Then at various lengths of time as well. I do 1 second holds, 3 second holds, 5 second holds and 10 second holds. I used to do 60 second holds a couple years ago but I kind of atrophied since then :( . In terms of how hard you should squeeze well the harder the better but just make sure you alter with reverse kegels so you don’t develop pelvic floor tension where your pelvic floor is used to being in a contracted state. How many kegels you do depends on how long you’ve been doing them for. Generally start out with roughly a total of 180 seconds of hold time total and go up from there when it becomes easier to do them.