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Uli guidance request

Uli guidance request

Hi everyone,

I recently clocked six months of PE, and unfortunately haven’t seen any girth gains in the last three months.

As my goal is increased girth, I am now incorporating Ulis into my routine. I plan to stick with them for at least three months.

Some Uli questions for the veterans:

If I was to do 3 sets of 5 reps, what constitutes a rep? That is, does each rep involve five “pumps” of increasing pressure as the grip reaches the meatus? So 3 sets of 5 reps would be 75 “pumps” in total?

How long would you recommend holding each “pump” for?

If anyone has any Uli tips for someone with six months of conditioning under their belt, please let me know.

And another few questions:

As I’ve not seen any girth gains in the past three months, is a new routine in which I have only added an increasing number of Ulis likely to be sufficiently different to see girth gains?

Should I wait three months before starting Horse440s?

When would you recommend I give clamping a go?

Thanks!


Pre-PE (09/21/19): 7.2" BPEL x 4.6" MSEG --------> Now (03/28/20): 7.4" x 4.7"

First goal: 7.5" x 5.0"; Long-term goal: 8.5" x 5.6"

Celery Man's Journey To Kingdom Cum

Bumping so I don’t make my fella explode by mistake!


Pre-PE (09/21/19): 7.2" BPEL x 4.6" MSEG --------> Now (03/28/20): 7.4" x 4.7"

First goal: 7.5" x 5.0"; Long-term goal: 8.5" x 5.6"

Celery Man's Journey To Kingdom Cum

I wish you would have got some advice. I also, have uli questions. I’ve been doing them fairly regularly the last 3 months or so.

For me a set is 20 “pumps”, not holding the pump too long. Then, Kegel fresh blood in, & start over. I will do this 2-5 times a session.

Again, I don’t know if this is the proper or right way to go about this exercise. But it is very similar to clamping in my opinion.


Start 8/15/18-BPEL-6.75” MEG-4.625”

2/17/20-BPEL-7.125” MEG-5”

Goal- 8”x5.5”

Originally Posted by Lookinforgirth
I wish you would have got some advice. I also, have uli questions. I’ve been doing them fairly regularly the last 3 months or so.
For me a set is 20 “pumps”, not holding the pump too long. Then, Kegel fresh blood in, & start over. I will do this 2-5 times a session.
Again, I don’t know if this is the proper or right way to go about this exercise. But it is very similar to clamping in my opinion.

Thanks for this! It’s good to hear other people’s methods.


Pre-PE (09/21/19): 7.2" BPEL x 4.6" MSEG --------> Now (03/28/20): 7.4" x 4.7"

First goal: 7.5" x 5.0"; Long-term goal: 8.5" x 5.6"

Celery Man's Journey To Kingdom Cum

Bumping to see if anyone else has any thoughts


Pre-PE (09/21/19): 7.2" BPEL x 4.6" MSEG --------> Now (03/28/20): 7.4" x 4.7"

First goal: 7.5" x 5.0"; Long-term goal: 8.5" x 5.6"

Celery Man's Journey To Kingdom Cum

Originally Posted by Celery Man
Hi everyone,

I recently clocked six months of PE, and unfortunately haven’t seen any girth gains in the last three months.

This happens, on a positive note, you are conditioned and can begin to experiment with other exercises.

Originally Posted by Celery Man
If I was to do 3 sets of 5 reps, what constitutes a rep? That is, does each rep involve five “pumps” of increasing pressure as the grip reaches the meatus? So 3 sets of 5 reps would be 75 “pumps” in total?

I think you are in the weeds here c-man. For example, I count my sets in time intervals, and for me a rep is counted as pressure up towards the glans and then back down towards the base. I will adjust the timing of a “stroke” throughout a set based on feel. I’m looking to create consistent stress through the set. Sometimes I hold, sometimes I am more dynamic.

This is just how I approach it.

Again, I’m focused on consistency and stress.

What a rep might be or a set can change form person to person or even from day to day.

Originally Posted by Celery Man
How long would you recommend holding each “pump” for?

I really just think this is personal preference, as long as you are creating consistent stress and not going outside the safe zone for pressure. Knowing what the safe zone is with an advance exercise like the uli is all by feel, this is one reason that it is advanced. You must know when to back off and this can be done instantly or dynamically by moving back towards the base or backing the pressure off of one of your squeeze points.

It’s an art form rather than a science.

Originally Posted by Celery Man
As I’ve not seen any girth gains in the past three months, is a new routine in which I have only added an increasing number of Ulis likely to be sufficiently different to see girth gains?

Intensity over time my friend, but you don’t want to create injury. So going too light will not produce results and too much can result in a negative physiological state not conducive for training or worse, injury.

Originally Posted by Celery Man
Should I wait three months before starting Horse440s?

When would you recommend I give clamping a go?

Personally I think that both of these questions can be answered with the same response. You have put your time into conditioning, now you can begin to experiment with more advanced exercises. Personally, I think you can now decide where you want go next. The challenge is ensuring you stay safe while being both consistent and beginning to find your intensity rhythm.

You have been consistent Celery Man and I believe now you are at a point where you can begin to move forward with more advance exercises and press the intensity.

You have come to that point now where you will need to begin to define your own limits.

We got this brother.


Once upon a time (2015): 6.40” x 4.50”

Today: 7.25” x 5.00”, Thunder Cocks Unite!

I think we can...Little Engine’s Climb

Originally Posted by LittleEngine
This happens, on a positive note, you are conditioned and can begin to experiment with other exercises.

I think you are in the weeds here c-man. For example, I count my sets in time intervals, and for me a rep is counted as pressure up towards the glans and then back down towards the base. I will adjust the timing of a “stroke” throughout a set based on feel. I’m looking to create consistent stress through the set. Sometimes I hold, sometimes I am more dynamic.

This is just how I approach it.

Again, I’m focused on consistency and stress.

What a rep might be or a set can change form person to person or even from day to day.

I really just think this is personal preference, as long as you are creating consistent stress and not going outside the safe zone for pressure. Knowing what the safe zone is with an advance exercise like the uli is all by feel, this is one reason that it is advanced. You must know when to back off and this can be done instantly or dynamically by moving back towards the base or backing the pressure off of one of your squeeze points.

It’s an art form rather than a science.

Intensity over time my friend, but you don’t want to create injury. So going too light will not produce results and too much can result in a negative physiological state not conducive for training or worse, injury.

Personally I think that both of these questions can be answered with the same response. You have put your time into conditioning, now you can begin to experiment with more advanced exercises. Personally, I think you can now decide where you want go next. The challenge is ensuring you stay safe while being both consistent and beginning to find your intensity rhythm.

You have been consistent Celery Man and I believe now you are at a point where you can begin to move forward with more advance exercises and press the intensity.

You have come to that point now where you will need to begin to define your own limits.

We got this brother.

Thanks, LE. I really appreciate the time you put into sharing your thoughts. Also, that little reality check you did went a long way.

Defining my own limits is surely key, I agree. The forum is lucky to have such a wise brother in you!

Thanks again.


Pre-PE (09/21/19): 7.2" BPEL x 4.6" MSEG --------> Now (03/28/20): 7.4" x 4.7"

First goal: 7.5" x 5.0"; Long-term goal: 8.5" x 5.6"

Celery Man's Journey To Kingdom Cum

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