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Troubleshooting Your Squeeze Routine: Tips for Overcoming Plateaus and Incorporating Clamping

The Squeeze exercise is a popular and effective method for increasing girth and size of the penis. However, sometimes, you may find that you are not seeing the gains you were hoping for despite sticking to your routine. This can be frustrating, but it's important to remember that everyone's body responds differently to exercise, and it may take some experimentation to find what works best for you.


What to Do If You're Not Seeing Gains with the Squeeze?


If you're not seeing gains with your current Squeeze regimen, it may be time to reassess your routine. It's important to remember that more intensity isn't always better, and sometimes, a less intense approach may be more effective. For instance, squeezing with a lower degree of erection may be better for you if your current penis anatomy isn't responding to higher-degree erection squeezes.

Additionally, if you were making gains with the jelq from the basic routine, it may be a good idea to try a jelq-based routine using higher erection jelqs and a generous amount of the Jelqing Balm for the girth portion of your routine. It's important to note that any change in your routine should be done gradually and with caution, to avoid injury.


How to Incorporate Clamping with the Squeeze Exercise?


Clamped Squeezes can be a great addition to your routine, but it's important to have a solid foundation in the standard and advanced Squeeze exercises before attempting them. To perform Clamped Squeezes, a clamp is used at the base of the penis in lieu of a hand, and the percentage of erection is usually at 90% or higher. You would attempt 5 reps of these movements as you would the standard Squeeze, to test.


It's important to note that Clamped Squeezes are an advanced technique, and should only be attempted by those who have already mastered the standard and advanced Squeeze exercises. Additionally, it's important to use caution when incorporating Clamped Squeezes into your routine, as they can be more intense and increase the risk of injury.


The Squeeze exercise can be a powerful tool for increasing girth and size of the penis, but it's important to remember that everyone's body responds differently to exercise, and it may take some experimentation to find what works best for you. If you're not seeing gains with your current routine, consider adjusting the intensity or incorporating Clamped Squeezes gradually and with caution. With patience, persistence, and the right approach, you can achieve the gains you're looking for.

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