5 Things You Aren’t Supposed to Know About Jelqing (But You Really OUGHT to Know)

What is jelqing? Does it work? Will it make my penis bigger? How does it stack up against other male enhancement strategies like pills, pumps, potions, lotions and pulleys? How does jelqing compare to medical traction devices that promise amazing gains? Do I need to jelq everyday… and if so, HOW so, and for how long? Is there any evidence that it really works? And if so… what is the best place to begin?

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Any of these questions sound familiar? If you are anything like the millions of men who feel insecure about our size and are looking for honest, ethical and affordable male enhancement techniques, the truth is, natural male enlargement exercise like the jelq should be high on your totem pole or priorities. But separating the fact from the fiction, and the marketing myth from reality, is NOT always as easy as it’s cracked up to be.

In this article we are going to take quick and easy look at 5 things you aren’t supposed to know about jelqing and natural male enhancement exercise overall, at least if the multi-billion dollar penis enlargement industry has their way. Curious to learn more? Continue reading as we take a closer look below.

1 – Natural Male Enhancement has about as good of a return on investment as medical grade traction devices. If you’ve ever seen one of those late night ads for a product that promises to “stretch” the tissue in your penis to achieve greater length and girth, you are watching what is known in the industry as medical grade traction. (these ads and offers are much more common in the UK and outside of the US, but are found in countless magazines and online offers everywhere in the world) The reason they are so popular is that they DO in fact, work. What you may NOT know? Jelqing, or stretching exercises done by hand are equally as effective as a $500 dollar device. The rub? (no pun intended?) Manual exercises like the jelq just take a bit longer to work and show results.

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2 – Jelqing needs to be done regularly to really get results. How regularly? We’ve heard from thousands of readers who have gotten great gains from the jelq, and 20 minutes a day seems to be the universal “tipping point” for the greatest gains.

3 – You don’t need to do all of your exercises at once. As a matter of fact, the men we know who have gotten the greatest gains typically split up the sessions into morning and bedtime rituals. (10 minutes, twice a day appears to be optimal)

4 – There are different sets of exercises that are optimal for length, rather than girth. But, both types of gains can be easily accomplished through natural male enhancement exercises, and don’t require any outside products, props, potions or lotions to achieve. The key is, learning what movements and manipulations are specific for which “type” of size. If girth gains are your focus, you are going to want to do very different motions, movements and manipulations from someone who has copious amount of circumference, but very little length.

5 – Lastly, if you truly want exceptional improvements, you ought to expand your exercises to other movements and modalities that are not typically considered part of the jelq “family” of exercises. For example? PC elevation exercises are excellent for gains in girth, and can have tremendous sexual performance benefits as well. (including helping with ejaculatory control) So too can Kegel exercises, and other approaches that are not only ideal for size improvements, but are amazingly effective for optimal sexual health as well. (especially for men over 25)

The bad news? There IS a lot of information out there for men who are self conscious about our size and it CAN be difficult to differentiate between fantasy, and fact. The good news? There are millions of men who have been where you are right now, and there IS honest, ethical and effective advice that can help you get where you’d like to be.

 

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