Before you go any further in reading this report, it’s important to stress that jelquing is not masturbation.
Masturbating involves using a motion that plays special attention to both the up and down movements of the hand and the tightness and friction used against the foreskin. As a direct contrast, jelquing involves a repeated motion from the penis base and includes no downwards motions.
Rather than using friction, pressure is given from the finger and thumb as they come together around the penis in an “okay” sign. You should apply as much pressure from these two digits as possible, and the more practiced you become at jelquing, the more pressure your penis will be able to withstand.
The basic idea is to help and encourage the shaft of the penis to contain and expand the blood in the erectile tissue. It is possible for men to achieve greater control over erections once they become more disciplined in the art of jelquing.
Although pleasurable, the jelquing motion itself is not typically looked upon as erotic, and this is because the skin that is being jelqued does not have a lot of nerve endings in it.
The foreskin is not touched and does not have any prolonged contact with the hand, minimizing the role it usually plays during orgasm.
Jelquing is commonly known to add over 1 inch in length and girth in a relatively short period of time, with reports of 3 inches being finally possible… And the great news is that anyone can master it within minutes:
Here’s your guide:
- The Penis should be semi-tumescent (semi erect), not completely erect or flaccid
- Apply lube (Vaseline or baby oil) to your penis
- Use the thumb and forefinger to shape a circle around the penis base in a firm grip
- Move the ‘circle’ formed by your thumb and forefinger from the base towards the penis tip
- Do not milk the head of the penis, stop at the penis ridge
- When the ‘circle’ reaches the ridge, form another ‘circle’ with your other hand and copy exactly the same motion as before.
- Repeat this milking combination using alternate hands. Jelquing Times and Tips Beginners should start slowly and gradually build up to longer time periods to avoid possible complications. On average 100 jelq strokes should be completed in 5 minutes:
- Week 1: 100 Jelq Strokes per day • Week 2: 200 Jelq Strokes per day
- Week 3: 300 Jelq Strokes per day
- Week 4: From week 4 and onwards aim for a minimum of 500 Jelq Strokes per day.
Measure your Growth Be sure to take an accurate measurement of the length and girth of your penis before you start on your jelquing project otherwise there will be no way to accurately gauge any positive gains: These positive gains will be your motivation and driving force to spur you on to achieving even greater results.
A Note of Caution on Personal safety Jelquing is like any other form of exercise — you need to do it properly to get the best results and to avoid health problems such as bruising, straining, thrombosed veins or rashes.
- Warm Up– Before jelquing wrap a warm, wet towel or cloth around your penis for 3–5 minutes, or better still take a warm bath.
- Lube Up — Using a lube prevents bruising and makes the milking motion smoother and easier
- Perfect Grip — Never squeeze or grip too hard. Stop if you feel discomfort or see any bruising
- Semi -tumescent — Jelq your penis only when semi erect
- Avoid Ejaculation — If you feel like ejaculating stop the process immediately
- Warm Down — After the session, follow the identical procedure of the ‘warm up’