Jelqing VS Kegel: 5 Frequently Asked Questions Every Man Should Ask Before Trying The Physical Education Exercise

What is the BEST way to improve erection size? Are all male enhancement exercises the same? How are some of the common physical education recommendations different? Do some techniques work better for length than girth? If so… Why? Is it safe to jelq? And if not, why not? How are these exercises different from other men’s health issues we face every day?

Do any of these questions sound familiar to you? If you’re like the millions of men who are size insecure and have unanswered questions about the best way to optimize their anatomy, then this article was written with YOU in mind! Are you curious to know more? Read on as we take a deeper dive, immediately below.

Q1: Is Jelqing the same as Kegel?

Not absolutely not. They differ in some really important ways. First of all, Kegel exercises are much more conventional, pioneered by a well-known doctor of the same name, and much more accepted in medical circles than stretching the penis.

Kegel exercises are essentially tension-based pelvic contractions and are designed to improve sexual function in both men and women. Jelqing, on the other hand, are very specific exercises aimed at improving and optimizing the spongy tissue of the penis.

Q2: How is it done?

Good question. There are many different ways that men’s health professionals “teach” the Jelq. Some focus on a very specific series of progressive steps that include a warm-up period, a lubrication period, a variety of grips, and ultimately a cool-down or relaxation process. Other more simplified exercises simply ask you to do a series of holds and deep tissue manipulations.

Some jelqing instructors even include very detailed dietary recommendations. The bottom line is that while no two jelq teachings are identical, they all share a focus on thickening spongy tissue and optimizing blood flow to and through the male anatomy.

Q3: What about Kegel exercises? What’s its purpose?

Kegel is also taught very differently, by many different professionals and amateur authors alike. The key idea? By flexing and tightening the pelvic muscles in very specific ways, we increase blood flow to the erection, increase ejaculatory control, and also increase stamina and staying power. They are often performed in a series of movements and simulated lifting movements, tension and “hold” techniques, and quite often also cause a pleasant tingling sensation in the pelvis.

Q4: How is jelqing different from masturbation?

A common misconception is that jelqing is a method similar to self-gratification for men. The truth? Aside from the area of ​​the body being addressed, there really is NO similarity between the two. Jelqing is really NOT sexual in nature. Your science. And exercise. While its ultimate goal is to enhance sexual performance, size, and enjoyment, there is nothing exciting about the technique itself. The focus is really on tissue stimulation and is more like a non-sexual massage, with very specific therapeutic goals in mind.

Q5: Is jelqing dangerous?

Absolutely not. I have read several articles that have suggested that there is some kind of doubt or danger in natural male enhancement exercise and nothing could be further from the truth. Done correctly, jelqing is safe, easy to learn, and highly effective. It can lead to better blood flow to and through your anatomy, longer and stronger erections, and also dramatic differences in the girth of your penis. Kegel exercises are also very safe. They are a great way to augment the above exercises and can lead to a much better sexual experience for you AND your lover to boot!