Hi, To get some of you new guys on the right track, here's the original "Old Style" PE beginner's routine: About Enlargement The inside of the penis is composed of spongy tissues that normally expand with blood during arousal. These tissues can, with exercise and other methods, be forced to grow and expand above normal! There are actually many ways to enlarge the penis. Of course, the quickest and most expensive way is with surgery. This may be an option for you, but remember, accidents do happen. Some men have been irreversibly damaged by going under the knife in the hopes of gaining a couple of inches on their member. If after reading this report you still feel that surgery is the only option for you, then please, seek out a reputable surgeon for the procedure. One important thing that you may want to know is if you're obese, you're probably hiding a good amount of your penile length under a layer of pre-pubic fat. By losing just 20 pounds of fat, you may increase the visible length of your penis by up to an inch. You can realistically expect a 1 to 2” (possibly more) of a length increase, and around 1/2” in circumference within several weeks. The best part about these exercises is that they also serve to strengthen the penis, giving you more control over its function. Charting Your Progress The most important part of your PE regimen is your record keeping. Keeping accurate records will not only show how you've come along, it'll also let you know if you're making progress. It's important that you keep detailed records of all of your routine activities. Record exercises, sets, reps, intensity used, and even how you felt about your workout that day. Also, record any injuries or other routine problems that you may be having. Listed below are instructions on recording your measurements. We suggest keeping your records on a disk in Word or Excel. That way, if you're having problems and require assistance, you can email us your log and we'll be able to help you better. Length- To measure the length of your penis 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 penis (some men prefer to measure from the bottom, but results will be more accurate with measuring from the top.) Run the tape along the curve of your penis all the way to the end of the glans. Record measurement. Measure every 2 weeks. Within the first few months, you will progress rapidly. As with all forms of exercise, progress will start to taper somewhat after this. To keep progressing as stated before, you must keep increasing the intensity of the exercises. For recording purposes, measuring while the penis is erect is the best way of recording progress. Although you will notice a dramatic increase in the size of your penis while it's unerect, unerect lengths vary too much to be an accurate method of gauging progress. Girth- With your penis fully erect, wrap the measuring tape around your penis 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 section of this manual. 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. VERY IMPORTANT! How to increase intensity/volume: Beyond the outline for the FMO I basic routine, you should approach your cycle goals with a "Two steps forward, one step back" methodology. Here's how you would do this- let's say that your rep goals [the use of "reps" is arbitrary- this method can and should be used for intensity and volume goals as well] for this cycle of training is 60 reps for the squeeze and that you operate on a *6 week cycle (5 weeks on, 1 week off). An outline of how to get to your goal would look like this: Week 1 goal: 40 reps Week 2 goal: 45 reps Week 3 goal: 50 reps Week 4 goal: 55 reps Week 5 goal: 60 reps Week 6: Layoff After week 6 you'd start over but your new goal for the end of the cycle would be 70 reps: Week 7 goal: 50 reps Week 8 goal: 55 reps Week 9 goal: 60 reps Week 10 goal: 65 reps Week 11 goal: 70 reps Week 12: Layoff In essence, you go back to the rep scheme in the very middle of the first cycle in order to come up with the rep scheme for the beginning of your next cycle. This method allows you to resume training at a slightly reduced intensity after your layoff, and it sets up momentum for your next goal. It also takes advantage of your natural healing cycles. *The average individual cycle is usually between 5-7 weeks including layoffs. This will be something that you need to figure out for yourself over time, and your log book will show you when you should take your layoff. You'll know that you're ready for a layoff when your gains and enthusiasm for training start to taper off.