Monday, December 28, 2009
Length: To measure the length of your Mr P in the erect state properly, simply take a tape measure and press the end as far back as it will go against your pubic bone on top of your Mr P (some men prefer to measure from the bottom, but results will be more accurate with measuring from the top).
Then, run the tape along the curve of your Mr P all the way to the end of the glans and record the measurement. Take measurements every 2 weeks.
Within the first few months you may find you will progress rapidly. As with all forms of exercise, progress will start to taper some what after the initial results have been achieved. To keep progressing, as stated before, you must keep increasing the intensity of the exercises.
For recording purposes, measuring while Mr P is erect is the best way of recording progress. Although you will notice a dramatic increase in the size of your Mr P while it’s non-erect, these lengths vary too much (i.e. temperature, etc.) to be an accurate method of gauging progress.
Girth: With your Mr P fully erect, wrap the measuring tape around your Mr P directly behind the glans. Record your girth progress as you do your length progress.
Stamina: Record your kegels and super kegels daily as listed in the kegels and super kegels posting.
With your stop and starts, note how long it takes for you to ejaculate the first time you try this. Try to aim at improving your stamina by at least 3 minutes every time.
When you have reached 25-30 minutes without ejaculating, premature ejaculation should no longer be a problem.