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stop watchOver the past few years, the popularity and complexity of natural penis exercise routines has grown significantly. There are now thousands of websites devoted specifically to the practice. While many of the programs available today differ in style, most use some variant of the same techniques such as kegels, jelqing and various other stretching methods. One thing, however, that seems to be universally accepted is the importance of refraining from ejaculation for a period of time during the training.

It's not difficult for most men to understand why they should not ejaculate when performing an enlargement routine. While some exercises are performed when the penis is flaccid, the majority require an erect or semi-erect state to be effective. If you reach orgasm during a routine your penis will (usually) go limp and affect your ability to continue.

For many programs there is also a "3 hour window" where it is recommended that you abstain from ejaculation. While this suggested time period varies from one program to the next, the majority (if not all) agree that ejaculating prior to, and following a workout, must be avoided.

The main reason for this rule is to prevent the penile tissues from becoming exhausted. If you ejaculate too soon before a session, the penis will not be energetic enough to perform many of the strenuous routines. This will hinder the effectiveness of advanced techniques, such as girth-work, which require a consistently high level of erection.

Abstaining from ejaculation after a penis workout is also important for proper healing and recovery. Following the "warm-down" at the end of a routine, the penis is often highly engorged with blood and extremely sensitive. The blood flowing within the penis nourishes the tissues and allows the healing and repairing process to continue. Ejaculating too soon afterward will prematurely stop the increased blood flow and rapidly dissipate the stored energy. In essence, recovery will take place in a less than desirable state.

That being said, I do not subscribe to a philosophy that sacrifices personal happiness for the sake of maximizing gains. If you are in a sexual relationship you have an obligation to your partner and abstaining from sex for extended periods of time may not be possible. A shorter time frame, such as 30-60 minutes before and after your workouts, is much more feasible for most.

Ultimately the reason for practicing natural penis enlargement is to improve the overall sexual experience for both partners. Denying yourself the pleasure that comes from great sex is not, in my opinion, a fair trade for somewhat faster penis growth.

Posted by PRS
Monday, November 5th, 2007

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5 Responses to "Abstinence and Penis Exercises"

Thanks for the info! I was thinking of trying an penis workout but I didn't want to give up sex! I'm glad to know I dont have to :)

i have a 7 in penis. if i do these exercises how much do u think i'll gain. ball park it for me.

and why not the exercises when your 20?

thank you for your time

Hi Glen,

Since every persons body responds differently, there really is no sure way of knowing just how much size you will gain. This only becomes evident after you have been practicing for some time. Changes in length and girth (thickness) also vary from one individual to the next (for most men an increase in length becomes noticeable first).

Another factor that affects growth is the initial starting size. Those who begin with a smaller penis often see a larger total increase than those who start with an average measurement. At your current size of 7 inches, you would fit in the 'average' category. This of course does not mean that you can't add up to as much as a few inches to your current size.

Results also depend on how closely you stick to a program (not missing training days) and what additional aids, if any, you are incorporating into your training. Many choose to enhance their regimen with supplements to achieve faster response and better gains. ProSolution Pills for example, which comes packaged with its own advanced penis exercise program, has been reported to significantly help improve results.

In the end, you won't know just how big you can get until you have actually tried. Just as every persons physiology and genetics are unique, so too will the results be different for each practitioner.

Regarding the age restriction, that is purely based on my best judgment and how I feel about penis enlargement in general. Others are sure to disagree. When the body is still undergoing natural development, I don't believe that the process should be interfered with. It is usually complete by the age of 18 and I recommend that men wait until at least this age before starting on a program.

im 18 yrs old and have a 7 and a half inch penis. good length size but i want to have a better girth size and width. i don't want to take any pills or surgery, what can i do and what do you think of my penis size

Hi Daze,

You have a fairly decent length, most likely considered in the 'above average' realm. Thickness of course does tend to be the more important measurement for the majority of both men and women (the current Poll on our home page strongly supports this).

To add additional size (both length and girth), I always recommend learning an advanced penis exercise program. Adding supplements to your routine does speed up the process but you can still see significant gains without them. You can view comparisons of several different programs at the link under the Exercise Programs heading on the right side of this page.

Another incredibly effective method for increasing penis size is through the use of Penile Extender Devices. While this solution is more costly and intensive, when used in conjunction with an exercise program it does guarantee the quickest and best results.

Both of these methods are completely natural and will produce size gains without any need for dangerous and expensive enlargement surgery.

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