The first few months are the most crucial for any male aspiring to enhance the size of their penis. The first 3–4 months will give you your first dose of visible size gains and also greatly condition your genitals for any other advanced programs that you may decide to follow later on if you wish so. If you have never done any kind of male enhancement, we really advice against skipping the beginner’s program, because the exercises, frequency, and intensity included in it are exactly what an unconditioned penis will be able to handle without any negative side effects. We recommend doing the beginner’s program for 4 months.
You can also go back to it anytime you want to get a boost in penile health, as it is very simple and quick to use. Some men that are interested in just adding a bit of size to their penis will find that the beginner’s program is more than enough and all that they would ever need. If you feel like you’d like to continue gaining some more size after the beginner’s program, then go ahead and check out the intermediate & advanced routines.
You can perform the beginner’s program every day for five days in a row and rest for two. Some men may even get away with six days in a row and only one rest day. Another option for those that have a harder time squeezing the program into their daily lives is two days on and 1 day off.
WARMING-UP The warm-up phase is probably the most commonly overlooked step in a male enhancement routine. Skipping proper warm-up will sometimes result in short-term decreases in erection quality and slower progress. It is very important to condition the tissue down there for some of the more intense exercises, and the easiest way to do so is a quick 5–10 minute warm-up.
To warm-up, you’ll need a piece of cloth and some hot (not burning!) water. To start, first take the cloth and thoroughly moisten it with the hot water. You should then start applying it to your entire pubic and genital area. Make sure that the hot water reaches everything, especially the penis base, shaft, glans, and testicles. The
area surrounding the penis base is also very important and should be properly moistened. The idea is to prepare all the tissue and ligaments of your genital area so it can be ready for the exercises.
After 5–10 minutes, you’ll start feeling as if it’s all a bit hot from the inside. That’s an excellent cue for you to start performing the exercises. You should first start with helicopter shakes so that your ligaments get loosened up and ready to cooperate. Performing all the repetitions should take you no more than 3–5 minutes.
SET 1. HELICOPTER SHAKES
Perform 60 helicopter shakes clockwise. Perform 60 helicopter shakes counter-clockwise. Moving forward, the first “real” exercise for gains you should perform first is the manual stretch. Manual stretches tend to be one of the best options to perform at first because they aren’t as intense as other exercises such as jelqing for your penis. Manual stretches can be done from all sorts of different angles and it is very important to cover most of them because this will force the ligaments to grow much quicker than if you only targeted a couple of angles.
SET 2. BASIC STRETCHES Round 1
Pull your penis up (12 o’ clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis down (6 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis to the right (3 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis to the left (9 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Starting from the up (12 o’ clock) position, make a full circle with your penis while pulling it. Completing the circle should take 40–60 seconds.
SET 3. BASIC STRETCHES Round 2
Pull your penis up to the right (1 o’ clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis up to the right (2 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis up to the left (11 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis up to the left (10 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis down to the right (4 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis down to the right (5 o’ clock) for 25 seconds. Pull your penis down to the left (8 o’clock) for 25 seconds.
Pull your penis down to the left (7 o’clock) for 25 seconds. Starting from the up (12 o’ clock) position, make a full circle with your penis while pulling it. Completing the circle should take 40–60 seconds.
After the two sets of basic stretches have been done, it is time to move on to what is arguably the most important exercise in the program, the jelq. We recommend using a bit of lube and a level 2 erection level. It is very common to get a level 3 or even 4 erection when performing this exercise, as it may give you some of the same sensations you feel when masturbating.
If you ever find yourself reaching a higher level of erection, back down for a few seconds until the blood flow decreases. As you get more and more used to these exercises, they will start to feel less like masturbation and your erection levels will maintain in the range you want them to.
SET 4. BASIC JELQS Round 1
Do 50 Jelqs in a quick fashion (each rep should last around 1 second).
SET 5. BASIC JELQS Round 2
Do 50 Jelqs in a slow, controlled fashion (each rep should last 3 to 4 seconds) Once you’re done with the jelqs, you can either warm down or go fo the optional V-shaped jelq set. If you’re a complete newbie, you might want to go for the optional set after your third or fourth week. If you go for the V Jelqs, remember to use a level 2 erection, and never more than that.
SET 6. V JELQS Perform 20 V Jelqs up (12 o’ clock). Perform 20 V Jelqs down (6 o’clock). Perform 20 V Jelqs to the right (3 o’clock).
Perform 20 V Jelqs to the left (9 o’clock).
Warming down is also very important as it is key to preventing over exhaustion on the ligaments and minor injuries. It is very similar to the warm-up, and you’ll need again the cloth and hot water. This time you only need to apply the cloth for at least 4 to 5 minutes.
A WORD ABOUT OVERTRAINING and over exhaustion As the days go by, check for any positive and negative signs. If you notice any improvements in erection quality and start to see any visible gains, you are definitively on the right track.
If you are not seeing any improvements, you could take out some rest days to allow for more frequency. If you see a decrease in erection quality, that means that you’re going overboard and you need to either add in a few rest days or back off for a while.
Some male enhancement newbies will have a very easy time with it and will rarely, if ever notice any signs of over exhaustion, while others will rely on a lot of trial and error to find the right amount of frequency and rest days they need.