Hi all. I haven't done PE in an organized, consistent fashion in about 2 years now. But here I go again. According to these measurements, I've only lost a tiny bit since then. This time around I will also be taking measurements with the spongiosum mostly emptied (the second girth numbers listed) in addition to the standard of measuring full, 3 chamber expansion. I'm just curious to see how much of my gains come from the cavernosa vs the spongiosum.
Coronal ridge circumference: 5.375 [4.75] (sat on edge; leaned forward/back; following the angle of the ridge)
Girth at thickest point: 5.5 [5.125] (sat on edge; leaned forward/back; perpendicular)
Girth at thinest point: 5.00 [4.75] (sat on edge; leaned forward/back; perpendicular)
Bone Pressed Length: 6.875 (standing, legs wide, hips forward, eyes looking plumb-line down to tip)
Estimated volume: 15.0793 [13.3376]
I did a little review of the logs from 2007 and 2008 and can see that my all time PR was on the August 1st, 2007 (following July's PE). So as I start to recondition to the stresses of PE, I will gradually transform my program to mimic what I was doing in that time period.
During that month my PE time was split: about 65% clamping, 18% slinkies, 12% jelqs and 6% semi-erect bend compressions (proximally focused). My subjective notes on my base thickness gains indicate that my base girth was going up a lot before I started doing that last exercise, when I was mainly just doing clamping followed by slinkies. The slinkies were done light, as a recovery/blood flow aid after clamping. Also, my clamping sets may have tapered intensity from one set to the next, so the first set was most intense. Interestingly, I hardly paid any attention to nutrition that month whatsoever. Based on my notes it seems that I was being relatively strict about minimizing masturbation and ejaculation too.