7-Week PEXtender Beginner Routine

Before You Begin

Before we get started there are some recommendations to consider:

  • Always begin and end your training with a warm up and warm down. The warm up makes the tissues more pliable and helps to prevent injuries. The warm down begins the healing process and helps tissues to stay expanded for longer periods.

  • Consider adding a girth element to your regimen, and some form of stamina training should be considered essential.

There are two main options for setting up a training regimen- performing all of your training in one session or splitting your routine.

A full session would be structured as follows:

Warm up > Girth element > Extender > Stamina training > Warm down

A split routine would be structured as follows:

Day 1: Length focus:
Warm up > Extender > Kegel training > Warm down

Day 2: Girth focus:
Warm up > Girth element > Edging > Warm down

The split routine option is good for those pressed for time, but the full routine option offers the opportunity for more training frequency- something will will become essential once advanced levels of training are reached.

Performing Kegels type movements DURING the breaks of your extender routine will save time and promote synergistic training via a push/pull format.

If you'd like more details on what to add to your routine please check out PEGym.com or MaleEnhancementCoach.com for more details.

Testing Yourself

The first few training sessions should be spent getting acquainted with your PEXtender device - learning just how to attach it and how much tension and time should be used.

To test, use your first session to wear the device using a moderate tension setting for anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes. It's imperative you test the device
before fully beginning a routine - not only to ensure you apply it correctly, but also to make sure you can start using the PEXtender in a safe manner.

If your penis felt fine or invigorated during your testing period, then you can proceed from the current level of time and tension. If you note exhaustion or soreness, that's a good sign you should stick with a lighter tension setting and/or
less time, for now.

Week 1 Training

Day 1: TEST DAY- Experiment with a moderate level of tension for up to 30-60 minutes.
Day 2: Rest
Day 3: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Day 4: Rest
Day 5: 2 hours
Day 6: Rest
Day 7: 3 hours

Week 2 Training

Day 1: Rest
Day 2: 3 hours
Day 3: Rest
Day 4: 3 hours and 30 minutes
Day 5: Rest
Day 6: 4 hours
Day 7: Rest

Week 3 Training

Day 1: 4 hours and 30 minutes
Day 2: 5 hours
Day 3: Rest
Day 4: 5 hours and 30 minutes
Day 5: Rest
Day 6: 6 hours
Day 7: Rest

Week 4 Training

Day 1: Test day. At this point, an attempt at increasing tension levels will be made. Attempt anywhere between a 1/4 to 1/2 inch reduction in the size of the adjustable strap. Test between 30-60 minutes.
Day 2: 4 hours and 30 minutes (Note the time has been reduced to accommodate the new tension settings. This is an internalized version of the “2 steps forward, 1 step back” method)
Day 3: 5 hours
Day 4: Rest
Day 5: 5 hours and 30 minutes
Day 6: 6 hours
Day 7: Rest

Week 5 Training

Day 1: 6 hours and 30 minutes
Day 2: Rest
Day 3: 7 hours
Day 4: 7 hours and 30 minutes
Day 5: Rest
Day 6: Test day- At this point, an attempt at increasing tension levels will be made. Attempt anywhere between a 1/4 to 1/2 inch reduction in the size of the adjustable strap. Test between 30-60 minutes.
Day 7: 6 hours

Week 6 Training

Day 1: 6 hours and 30 minutes
Day 2: 7 hours
Day 3: Rest
Day 4: 7 hours and 30 minutes
Day 5: 8 hours
Day 6: 8 hours and 30 minutes
Day 7: Rest

Week 7 Training

Rest week

After Week 7

After your rest week, you can either restart the cycle using the “2 steps forward, 1 step back” method (where you reset the tension and volume to a point midway between the last cycle's levels to establish the new cycle's baseline), or reassess your training towards another goal.

It should be noted the above would constitute a “perfect” progression sequence. It's possible some trainees might not be able to adapt to 30 minute jumps per session. If you start noticing an overall drop in erection quality and negative side effects, it should indicate smaller jumps in time should be employed.

Another scenario to consider: If you test yourself with a new tension setting and don't do well, you'd stick with the previous tension setting and continue to add time. Once you build up to training for 3 more hours per session after your test day, another attempt can be made with the previously missed tension setting.