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What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
It can be really nice to start masturbating while you're still mostly asleep, stroking slowly and then increase intensity as you get more and more awake. By the time you make your deposit you're awake and ready to go!
Any day that starts with masturbation has had a good start!
I cant always get away with it. Sometimes to busy getting ready for work and wife is around and not always wanting help then. Also I can't masturbate before I go to the gym and if that's at 5 am then I don't I loose that lifting edge if I do.
You might consider going to the gym a little earlier, if possible. A nice beat-off after a work-out is always a nice way to relax and come down after a heavy lifting session. Steam room is a good place to do it if that could work out for you. Maybe someone else there to do it with as well!
No. Actually the opposite. When you have that pent up energy, masturbating is a natural way to enjoy it but your energy level drops quickly afterwards. At least for me, working out isn't even an option if I masturbate first. Besides, after a good workout, its always the best time anyway.
That all sounds good and in most gyms it would be considered an option for some guys. I work out at the gym on base during the week and what you mentioned is not even in the realm of thinking. Weekends I usually take one or all of my kids to a gym off base and again, not an option.
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