So, I have a Hayes Stroker Trail brakes, and they stop well, but the don't feel as firm as I would like when applying pressure to the lever. The guy at my LBS suggested doing what he called "charging up the brakes", which he said was applying extra pressure into the system when bleeding. From what I understood, I think he meant that after finishing the bleed apply an extra amount of pressure right before closing up the master cylinder bolt. Is this true? Will this make my levers feel firmer?