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All You NEED to know about Jelqing

Ever wonder why we're called JELQ2GROW? It's all about the art of Jelqing, a cornerstone of Penis Enhancement (PE) Training. Today, we're diving deep into Jelqing – its history, variations, and how it can be the sole focus of your PE journey. Plus, we've got a YouTube playlist that's a must-watch for anyone serious about PE.


Jelqing is an exercise that must be done in a semi-erect state. The principle of this exercise is to force the erectile tissue of the penis, by pushing the blood flow through them. The sudden push of the blood into the capillaries forces blood storage capacity beyond its limits, causing microtears. The natural healing process of your body creates new cells to restore the gaps, and that is how new tissue is created. Specifically speaking, Jelqing targets the two corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum of the urethra, very important spots to work on your girth, but also the fascia. And now that we mention girth, Jelqing is mainly a girth-targeting exercise. But, it works on both dimensions.

Jelqing: A Rich History and Proven Effectiveness

- Origins: The history of Jelqing is somewhat uncertain and mysterious. It is believed to be a Sudanese Arab technique passed down from father to son. But the reality is that there’s not too much info to back this story. It may be real or not, it’s difficult to know, but it doesn’t matter. What matters is performing the exercises correctly, and that we know, so let's move on.

Exploring Jelqing Variations:

- Standard "Ok Grip" Jelqs: The classic technique.

- "Overhand Ok Grip" and "C Grip" Jelqs: Safer alternatives focusing on different areas.

- Side and Vertical Jelqs: Targeted methods for correcting curvature.

- Mini Jelq and Jelq Squeeze: Advanced techniques for experienced practitioners.

Technical principles:

Duration and Reps: Tailor your session based on conditioning and training intensity. Whether you're a beginner or advanced, starting with 100 or 200 reps and increasing by 20 each session is a solid approach. 

Jelq type: Remember, the specific jelqing exercise you choose should align with your goals and physique. For example, if you're aiming to correct a curve, side jelqs are ideal. Seeking more length? Faster jelqs can help you achieve that. It's all about customizing the technique to suit your unique objectives.

Key Factors in Jelqing:

  • Pressure: this is very important, too little and you will not have results, if it is too much, you will probably hurt yourself. It can be challenging to know the appropriate amount of strength. A good clue is to feel the blood flow. There must be enough pressure to displace a good amount of blood to impact the internal tissues. In general, the blood’s movement is already a sign of sufficient power, you can apply more or less, try and draw your own conclusions, but always avoid pain.

  • Duration: The standard amount of time per rep is three seconds, you can try four or five, or two for fast jelqs, depending on your goal. If you don’t have too much time and need to finish quickly, you can fast jelq but don’t do them sloppily. Try to maximize the quality of your session with full awareness of each stroke. MAKE EVERY STROKE COUNT! If you do want to perform less than 200 hundred, let’s say a hundred, then emphasize the pressure on your session and make each rep 4 seconds. However, if you’re planning to make your number of reps longer, make sure you reduce the amount of strength you’re applying, by a tad.

  • Grips: Grips are essential, not only because the grip pushes blood up and into your penis, but because the shape also determines how and where you apply pressure on the penis. For example, a Standard OK grip may be good to avoid wrist pain, but if you limit yourself only to this type of grip, you may neglect a balanced growth by not being able to reach the base with a good amount of pressure. Also, by using just one type of grip, like the standard, in this case, you increase the chance of being injured because you’re always working on the same side of your penis. The Standard Ok grip has a greater impact on the upper and lower part of your penis, this could compromise the nerves that run through the upper part or Corpus Spongiosum and the Urethra located on the lower part of your member. So, a clever way of avoiding this would be alternating grips from time to time, or maybe even using one grip per set of reps. The Overhand Ok grip and the C grip work on the lateral sides of your penis, perfect to give the upper and lower parts a rest. Also, by alternating, you will be approaching the tissues from multiple flanks. It’s a more complete or holistic way of jelqing.

Pro Tip: Use the scissor hand technique to avoid stretching the skin at the base and isolate each Jelq rep.

Explore Our Jelqing YouTube Playlist:

Dive into our YouTube playlist for a visual journey through Jelqing. It's a comprehensive guide for all your PE goals, from basic techniques to advanced variations. Perfect for visual learners seeking to perfect their practice. 

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