The Uli Squeeze for penis widening is one of the most popular and most used blood congestion grips. In this penis enlargement exercise, blood is dammed at the base of the penis while a slight forward movement of the hand further increases the pressure on the erectile tissue.
In order to perform this exercise, an erection must exist, and its degree also determines the intensity of the exercise. At the beginning it is therefore advisable to start the exercise only with a less pronounced erection in order to be able to test the strain on yourself. With usual use, intensive erections can then also be chosen as the basis for exercise. It is recommended, although not mandatory, that the penis be rubbed with an appropriate lubricant before the exercise is performed. The same lubricants that are used for Wet Jelq can be used. Repeat the alternation of intensified and relaxed grip (as well as the slight forward movement of the hand) as often as you have set your training schedule. Pay careful attention to the reaction of your penis when performing the exercise and avoid overloading the erectile tissue, which can be seen, for example, in small burst blood vessels.
The following notes treat common questions regarding this exercise and provide further explanations of its fine-tuning and possible modifications.
The intensity of blood congestion grips should be increased with special care, as the erectile tissue is quickly expanded to an extreme level. Basically, an increase in intensity is always controlled by three adjusting screws: the predominant EQ (Erection Quality) for the exercise, the targeted use of Kegel-Clench and the pressure strength of the congestion grip. If you want to increase the intensity of the exercise, you can choose a more pronounced initial erection and/or a firmer grip, which then inhibits the circulation of the blood more strongly and ultimately congests it more effectively in the corpora cavernosa. The use of Kegel-Clench (i.e. the targeted pumping of blood by using the pelvic floor muscles) can increase this effect even more by briefly loosening the grip when performing the Kegel-Clench and then tightening it again to keep the pumped blood in the shaft. In principle, it is advisable to test a blood congestion grip only with moderate EQ at the beginning to get a feeling for the effect of the exercise. In the long run, this will allow you to gently approach a suitable intensity of execution. It should be noted that not the greatest possible intensity or overstretching is also the best. The cavernous bodies can also be quickly overtaxed, which then nullifies the beneficial effect of the exercise or even reverses it.
Combination with Jelqing:
All blood congestion grips are basically also suitable to be used directly with Jelqing. This does not mean that one additionally performs jelq-like movements while performing the blood congestion grips, but that one repeatedly performs individual sets of blood congestion grips in addition to jelqing. If the grips are combined with High-EQ Jelqing, this is especially useful for the EG-focused training stimulus. However, the combination with Mid-EQ or Low-EQ Jelqs can also be very worthwhile, as the jelq phases can then be used to relieve blood congestion and stimulate the general blood flow to the penis.