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  • What's a good beginners manual stretching only routine?

    I'm looking to start a routine that is exclusively limited to manual stretching exercises only, but I haven't had any luck finding any starting routines for one yet.

    The reason why I only want to perform manual stretching is because I have a porn and masturbation addiction which has led me to develop porn-induced ED and poor erection quality when having sex with my gf (I only see her 2-3 times a month for a few days).

    I am 6 days free of all porn and masturbation and I feel it would be easier to continue my abstinence if I avoid performing any PE excercises that require getting an erection/aroused. My erection quality has already improved during sex with my girlfriend in just 6 day, I'd like to steer away from anything that will tempt me to relapse (which I did in the heat of the moment while warming up an erection for jelqing, edging, etc).

    If anyone knows of a detailed manual stretching only routine, let me know!
    Last edited by TheProspect; 03-06-2017, 05:10 PM.
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    https://www.pegym.com/forums/beginne...cess-here.html

    consider a conditioning program before any serious stretching work.
    Minimize risk of injury/maximize results.

    Take the short cuts for 'quick gains', you really don't want to end up on the side lines ?

    In the above link, there a number of returns for newbies,
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    • #3
      I'll also add I am familiar with directional stretching, bundled stretches, A-stretches, and V-stretches.

      I am basically looking into how I can incorporate these stretches (and additional ones if necessary) into a routine, factoring in the duration and number of sets for each stretch.

      There are so many directions to stretch for directional stretches, when directions are optimal? I see a lot of mixed opinions on this. Would be nice if those experienced with manual stretching can enlighten me on what works for them.


      If it helps my goal is to gain length, but I wouldn't mind girth as well if it's possible through manual stretching.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dangler View Post
        https://www.pegym.com/forums/beginne...cess-here.html

        consider a conditioning program before any serious stretching work.
        Minimize risk of injury/maximize results.

        Take the short cuts for 'quick gains', you really don't want to end up on the side lines ?

        In the above link, there a number of returns for newbies,
        Thanks for the reply.

        I've finished the JP beginners routine. I am just looking to shift to a routine focused solely on manual stretching now due to reasons stated in my original post, I am just having trouble finding a reliable one.

        I stated "beginners" manual stretching routine because I don't have any extensive experience in stretching beyond the warmups in the JP routine.
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        • #5
          Why don't you try Big Als jelq free routine
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Rasputine View Post
            Why don't you try Big Als jelq free routine

            Thanks, I'll search for it and check it out.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rasputine View Post
              Why don't you try Big Als jelq free routine
              Half of that routine requires an erection level to a degree. I stated I am only interested in manual stretching not a routine that involves exercises that require an erection. Thanks anyways.
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              • #8
                The stretches from the JP90 are good going forward also. Keep doing the directional and helicopter stretches. Don't kegel while stretching do kegels and reverse kegels when not pulling. Add bundled stretches as they will help impact girth also. Structure your routine to achieve fatigue. Be aware you will almost definitely impact your EQ in a negative way. Visit Stan progress thread. He is a manual stretcher. He has a huge cock so don't get disappointed by his. Be very aware of your PIs and take breaks to recover EQ. Good luck
                ALL THE WAY WITH GOOD OLE JAY!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Wishful10x8 View Post
                  The stretches from the JP90 are good going forward also. Keep doing the directional and helicopter stretches. Don't kegel while stretching do kegels and reverse kegels when not pulling. Add bundled stretches as they will help impact girth also. Structure your routine to achieve fatigue. Be aware you will almost definitely impact your EQ in a negative way. Visit Stan progress thread. He is a manual stretcher. He has a huge cock so don't get disappointed by his. Be very aware of your PIs and take breaks to recover EQ. Good luck
                  Thanks for the response. Couple questions.

                  So you say to aim to achieve fatigue every workout? In regards to stretching, my tool's length will shorten after a workout but it goes back to normal within a half hour or so. Would that be considered fatigue? Or is that more soreness? What is considered fatigue after stretching? I've never gotten to the point where I feel sore after stretching and I put a fair amount of tension on my stretches.

                  You say beware that I'll impact my EQ in a negative way. By what, a regular manual stretching routine? Or immediately after a workout? Or when achieving fatigue every workout?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TheProspect View Post
                    Thanks for the response. Couple questions.

                    So you say to aim to achieve fatigue every workout? In regards to stretching, my tool's length will shorten after a workout but it goes back to normal within a half hour or so. Would that be considered fatigue? Or is that more soreness? What is considered fatigue after stretching? I've never gotten to the point where I feel sore after stretching and I put a fair amount of tension on my stretches.

                    You say beware that I'll impact my EQ in a negative way. By what, a regular manual stretching routine? Or immediately after a workout? Or when achieving fatigue every workout?
                    Fatigue isn't pain it is tender, but more it feels worked and tired. Aim for fatigue each time as this shows the inner tissues are being stretched and worked.
                    Stretching only routines almost always impact EQ. It will impact it for several days usually. You need to figure out the timing so you can be ready for your girlfriend time.
                    ALL THE WAY WITH GOOD OLE JAY!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Wishful10x8 View Post
                      Fatigue isn't pain it is tender, but more it feels worked and tired. Aim for fatigue each time as this shows the inner tissues are being stretched and worked.
                      Stretching only routines almost always impact EQ. It will impact it for several days usually. You need to figure out the timing so you can be ready for your girlfriend time.
                      Ok gotcha, so the potential negative EQ effects are only temporary until rested for a few days.

                      What are the recommend on/off day splits for a manual stretching routine?

                      Thanks again.
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                      • #12
                        In the beginning try 2 on one off. See how you respond. Don't be afraid to swap those and do 1 on 2 off. You will need to play with this. These are extreme routines and you need to pay attention to your PIs. Enjoy, and do a good log. It will help you maintain what works best for you.
                        ALL THE WAY WITH GOOD OLE JAY!

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                        • #13
                          Is it recommended to complete the JP 90 routine before beginning any stretching routines?

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