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Is it really necessary to rest?  Aren’t I losing valuable growth-inducing exercise time?  The answer is a definite ‘yes’ to rest and an equally definite ‘no’ to losing time.  You can experiment with rest times.  Some find they can continue their workouts 7 days a week, 30 days a month, with no breaks at all.  However, I don’t think this is to be recommended.  A physiotherapist will tell you that tissues and ligaments need as much rest time as they do exercise.  When you stop to think about it, it’s quite logical.  Top athletes don’t go straight into their Olympic best times and distances; they build up to it over time, and gradually – with rest periods in between.  As with all your routines, plan your rest periods.  They should form part of your measured overall PE programme.  Don’t forget to keep notes.

Resting time is when growth occurs; new cells taking up those spaces created by the stretching – in all directions.  One or two days a week; weekends make good rest periods but it really doesn’t matter when you take them – just as long as you do take them, and at the same regular times.

[Extract from ‘How to Maximize Your Manhood – what every red-blooded male needs to know.’]

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