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applying lotionThe beginner penis exercise routine continues here with the 4th installment in the 5 part series. This entry describes a technique known as The Horizontal Movement which, like most penis exercises, is designed to increase blood flow to the penile region.

This technique is an excellent method for both enhancing girth (thickness) as well as learning ejaculatory control. It is recommended to use lubrication with this exercise.

The Horizontal Movement

To perform this exercise properly, it is necessary for the penis to be in a semi erect state for the entire duration. By learning to maintain a partial erection, you gain greater control over the penis which will help you to control ejaculation.

The first step is to make sure you have a semi erect penis. Some form of manual stimulation, such as partial masturbation will usually be needed for beginners. The penis needs to be in this partially erect state in order to remain flexible and allow blood to flow freely.

Once you have reached the semi erect state, firmly grasp the base of your penis with your forefinger and thumb using a ring-like shape. This will slow down the flow of blood within the penis and help to maintain your partial erection. Now with your free hand, grasp below the head of the penis using the same ring shape grip as you used for the base.

Applying firm pressure, slowly begin to 'milk' the penis in a long, downward stroke while maintaining pressure on the base of the penis with your other hand. When you have reached the hand gripping the base, reverse direction and slowly stroke upwards until you have reached the original starting position. This motion should not be rushed and should take a minimum of 3 to 4 seconds per repetition. The entire horizontal movement (from the tip of the penis to the base and back) should be performed approximately 10 times.

While doing this exercise, you should be able to feel the blood being directed upwards and downwards within the spongy tissues of the penis. It is not unusual for beginners to develop a full erection while performing this technique. If you find this happening, simply stop the motion until the erection subsides and you once again achieve partial engorgement.

As when performing any type of penis exercise, please use caution and make sure not to over-stress the organ. I take no responsibility for any injury that may result from this practice and as always, I recommend professional guidance from a reputable penis exercise program.

Posted by PRS
Wednesday, February 28th, 2007


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2 Responses to "The Horizontal Movement - Beginner Penis Exercise Routine Part IV"

I have a question, i can ejaculate without having an erection, why is this? i thought you had to be hard before ejaculating, i can be stimulated and still not get hard but ejaculate anyway, Please help,

thanks,

joe

Hi Joe. Ejaculating while not erect isn't as common but it's certainly possible. The penis consists of a rich nerve supply and when stimulated sufficiently, whether erect or flaccid, ejaculation can occur. For instance, if you are pleasured while tired sometimes you cannot attain a full erection but will still ejaculate. It can also happen if you've gone for a long period of time without release. If you become excited very quickly you may experience orgasm before your penis reaches the fully erect state.

In general this is nothing to be overly concerned with. Most men will experience it at some point during their lives. If on the other hand you are having difficulty achieving erection, you may want to look into some solutions for increasing erection hardness and response. There are a number of effective natural supplements available that can help to increase blood flow to the penis and improve erection strength. See our Penis Pill Comparisons for a list of the top 3 non-prescription enhancement pills.

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