Dr. Richard Howard currently consults in PE through YourPenisDoctor.com. He is a graduate of Loyola University, majoring in Biology and Economics, and Tulane University holding a Doctorate in Biochemistry and two Masters Degree in Biochemistry and Public Health. His biography is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering and Who’s Who in Industry and Finance. Dr. Howard has authored a number of scientific peer review papers and has spent a lifetime in studying physical, spiritual and emotional health, wholeness and anti-aging, to promote a happy productive life.
The Foreseeable Future
A good way to look at the foreseeable future is to compare penis exercises to other historical growth industries and what happened in the progression of technological innovations.
The aviation industry’s evolution has been dramatic, starting with the Wright Brothers biplane at Kitty Hawk, NC. Do you know how planes fly?
Planes fly based on a pressure differential between the upper surface of the wing and the atmospheric pressure — the Bernoulli Principle. In other words, there is a mild vacuum between the upper part of the wing and the atmosphere creating lift. The forward force propelled by the engines causes the airflow over the wing to be faster on the upper surface of the wing than the lower surface. This reduces pressure and creates a vacuum on the upper surface of the wing, allowing the plan to be buoyed so it can fly.
Over the years, airplanes have dramatically advanced in speed, safety and ability to fly at higher altitudes. What has driven this development? These advancements were the result of a demand by the population to get to places faster and with greater ease. Bernoulli’s principle is still the same. This principle of lift is true of biplanes, jet planes and rocket propulsion, while in the atmosphere, yet today’s aircraft are significantly more advanced than they were just a few short generations ago. Why?
There is an inherent demand in human nature to progress to greater and greater levels of achievement across the board. This same demand is present in the penis exercising industry. Although we have tools and products that work, it’s human nature to desire advancements for even better products to get results faster and easier.
The Bodybuilding Industry
Let’s look at the bodybuilding industry, which is closely comparable in the penis exercising industry. PE is, in fact, bodybuilding!
Many years ago, a gentleman by the name of Charles Atlas developed from a “97-pound weakling” into a very well-built, muscular individual, based on his formulation of a concept called “dynamic tension.” While at a zoo one day, he observed the lions stretching and toning their muscles. He reasoned that lions are very strong, and perhaps there may be a something to be learned by this observation. He designed a method by which one muscle group could be pushed/pulled against another, to stimulate growth and strength.
This worked, and his course became revolutionary. It was one of the first innovative courses in bodybuilding! It did not use mechanical methods to build muscle, simply manual methods. Does this sound familiar?
Anyone who is aware of the body bodybuilding industry knows much has happened since Charles Atlas. Essentially, bodybuilding started out with manual methods, barbells and dumbbells, which progressed into simple weightlifting machines. This then progressed into the Nautilus and on to the modern-day equipment found in gym’s and health clubs around the world today. Bodybuilding has come a long way, in terms of the techniques and equipment used. This has greatly impacted the bodybuilder. Bodybuilders of today are dramatically larger and stronger than those decades ago, thanks to these improvements.
The PE Industry
The penis exercising industry is comparable, in many respects, to the bodybuilding industry, because it is in fact a form of bodybuilding. As a scientist, I perceive basically a similar progression from manual to incrementally more sophisticated mechanical equipment that will essentially result in greater increases and enhancement in sexual prowess.
We first started with what was called the Chartham Method, consisting of a basic bulb vacuum and jelqing routine. Although simplistic, it worked well and would yield predicable gains. Then manual and electric vacuum pumps became available, which was of some help. The knowledge of effective use of pumps, at that time, was limited. The principle of edema was not fully comprehended as a negative. Nevertheless, these vacuum pumps were an advancement for penis exercising.
In the late 1990s, a Scandinavian scientist by the name of Jes Bec Mueller came up with the brilliant invention of that day called — Jes Extended. This ushered in the plethora of extender devices. For its day, it was a great innovation and reasonably convenient to use. Hourly loosening of the noose grip was necessary for circulation; other than this, the device was a stroke of genius for the time.
Also in the late 1990s, a gentleman affectionately known as “Big Al” established the idea of coaching penis exercises. His extensive knowledge of bodybuilding enabled him to formulate original ideas and methods of effective PE. He is a pioneer in Internet website presentation of all known aspects of manual penis exercising. Without Big Al, the concept of coaching and teaching to enable the student might not exist today.
Around the year 2000, another major breakthrough in mechanical devices came about. This breakthrough was made by a persistent gentleman who, through self experimentation, gained from 6 inches to 10 ½ inches in length and 5 inches to 6 ½ inches in girth, over several years. It worked so well for him, he developed the Bib Hanger/Starter/Hardcore, a truly remarkable device with open-ended traction capability.
The progression of technology in bodybuilding, and hence penis exercises, strongly suggests the best of all worlds is to combine the manual and mechanical, for optimal results. It is not an either/or situation. The best results come from combinations, of this I am certain as a scientist.
I foresee continued innovations in the mechanical advancement, similar to the body building progression of dynamic tension, free weights, Nautilus by Arthur Jones on to current day high-tech equipment found in gyms and fitness center. I see different designs utilizing traction technology and allowing greater comfort, higher traction and longer wearing times.
LG stands for length/girth. It offers substantial traction, comfort, and longer wearing time per set. This device, after testing, should be available in the relatively near future and can be used in conjunction with penis pumps and/or manual exercise. The LG Hanger complements vacuum pumps and is the most technologically advanced hanger to date.
This cutting-edge concept offers a combination that will potentially induce growth of the penis greater than has yet been seen! Remember the analogy of bodybuilders of yesteryear versus today? I anticipate the progress will be similar to that!
Going further into the future, motion engineers also will be employed to construct devices that will have computerized, differential protocols of automated motion and traction. This will provide optimal growth patterns and will be energy-efficient on the individual. We are, in fact, studying and testing these cutting-edge methods with machinists and motion engineers right now. By having engineers and machinist working cooperatively together with scientists in these endeavors, we are limited only by our imagination. I believe the sky’s the limit, or more appropriately, the stars are the limit. Science and technology marches forward and will wait for no man. One can participate in progressive innovations or be left behind.