Penis Enlargement Exercises
 

Before You Start


Measure Your Penis First

Before you start, it is very important to accurately measure and record the size of your penis. This will allow you to know exactly where you're starting from so that you have something to compare all future measurements against for conclusive evidence of growth.

You will need to take several different measurements.

The Length Measurement

Materials Required: Ruler

Flaccid (Soft):

To measure the length of your flaccid penis accurately, it is best to measure from the side of the penis, with the ruler facing up at you.

While standing, extend your flaccid penis outward with one hand so that your penis is parallel to the floor.

With your other hand, hold the ruler next to your penis, pressed against your pubic bone (just above the base of the penis). Make sure the ruler and penis are parallel with one another.

Measure to the tip of the head and record your measurement to the nearest l/16th of an inch or nearest millimeter.

Fully Erect (Hard):

To measure the length of your fully erect penis accurately, it is once again best to measure from the side of the penis, with the ruler facing up at you. While standing, lock your knees and hold your penis with one hand just behind the head. Gently angle your erect penis until it is parallel to the floor.

With your other hand, hold the ruler next to your penis, pressed against your pubic bone (just above the base of the penis). Make sure the ruler and penis are parallel with one another.

Gently pull your penis out as far as you can and measure to the tip of the head. Record your measurement to the nearest 1/16th of an inch or nearest millimeter.

Note: To get the most precise measurements, try moving your pelvis or changing the angle to see what variations can occur during this type of measurement. Once you've figured out how to measure to get the same result as your erect length, you will find that this measurement is easier and more convenient than measuring your actual erection.

The Girth Measurement

Materials Required: Cloth measuring tape or string

Girth (Diameter):

When measuring the girth of the penis, you want to pick the average width, not the widest or the slimmest part of the penis. We suggest that you choose the midpoint on the penis as your average.

At different parts of the shaft, your penis may vary in girth, so it is necessary to pick one spot and continue to measure at that point only in the future. This will help to ensure the most accurate measurement comparisons.

Girth measurements should always be done in the erect state. Using your cloth measuring tape or a string, wrap it snugly around the penis at your chosen point.

If using string, mark the exact point where the string meets, then lay the string on a table and measure with a ruler. Record your measurement to the nearest l/16th of an inch or nearest millimeter.

Keep a Journal of Your Practice

Before you start any exercise program, you should have a good sense of where you're at BEFORE you begin exercising. This means taking accurate measurements, not cheating or rounding any numbers up. The more accurate you are when you measure your penis initially the more you'll notice the differences when you begin to grow.

We've included a chart system that you may find useful, you can always create your own, but we have created one that you can use to keep track of your progress with ease.

Below is an example chart that you can use to keep track of your progress.

Notice that it is only in one week increments. It's best to only measure your penis once every week, that way you won't become easily discouraged.

Just as with any other body part, the size can actually change slightly from day to day, so you should only take a measurement once a week. This way you'll be able to see your gains from the week before, and the gains will be more apparent as opposed to measuring your penis every day.

As the chart below shows, be sure to measure your penis in its erect and flaccid (limp) state, as well as the girth.

Example chart:

Week Length Erect Length Flaccid Girth Erect Girth Flaccid
1 5 inches 3.5 inches 4.3 inches 3.8 inches
2 5.2 inches 4.0 inches 4.4 inches 4.0 inches
3 5.5 inches 4.3 inches 4.6 inches 4.2 inches
4 6.1 inches 4.8 inches 4.7 inches 4.3 inches


Warm Up & Lubrication

The warm up is an extremely important part of the workout. Be sure to do it before every exercise session. You will find below detailed instructions to perform this procedure. You will also find advice on lubrication which is especially useful while performing jelq exercises.

1. Tutorial Video

Click here to download tutorial video for Warm Up Exercise.

2. Instructions

Steps Instructions
1. Soak a soft wash cloth in hot water, then wring out any excess water. Test the cloth on your abdomen (prior to placing it around your penis) to make sure that it's a comfortable temperature.
2. Wrap the cloth around the entire shaft of your penis (either flaccid or erect), being sure to enclose the head of the penis as well in order to trap the heat. Hold the cloth in position for 3-5 minutes.
3.  Remove the cloth.
4. Dry off your penis thoroughly with a soft, dry towel to ensure a good grip for the exercises you're about to perform.

3. Notes

No. Notes
1. The warm up is important because it helps to draw blood to the penis; thus, increasing blood flow. The moist heat will also make the skin softer and more pliable, which shall ensure a better grip for the upcoming exercises.
2. When you remove the cloth, the penis may look slightly pinkish in color due to the increased flow of blood as well as the heat of the cloth. Some men have a higher tolerance for heat or a darker skin pigment, so the penis may not look any different for some men. That's perfectly fine. Just be sure that you have held the hot cloth around your shaft for 3-5 minutes before removing it.

4. Lubrication

Lubrication is an important part of jelq exercises. Many lubricants can be used to jelq with. As long as the lubricant is fairly long lasting and reapplied when necessary it should be fine. Water based lubricants can normally be revived by adding a little extra water, so a cup of water to dip into whilst jelqing is useful. Some people mix their own lube, adding for instance essential oils.

Common Lubricants
Water Based Lubricants Oil based lubricants
KY Jelly Vitamin E Oil
KY Liquid Baby Oil
Udder Cream Vaseline
Astroglide Tiger Balm
  Cocoa Butter
  Albolene
  Emu Oil
  Canola Oil
  Vegetable Oil
  Olive Oil
  Bag Balm

For the best lubricants for jelqing, we recommend Johnson's & Johnson's Baby Oil with Vitamin E added or Vaseline Aloe Naturals. Another lubricant we recommend is Albolene liquefying cleanser, which can be found in the cosmetic section on most drug stores. Women use it for removing makeup, but is also makes a great sexual lubricant (oil based, do not use with condoms ever during sex). This product has been used in the porn industry for years.

Related Topic: Massage & Warm Down


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