Thread: Implications of Starting Long
- 12-03-2011 #1
Hi, this is my first thread post on the forum. Before I begin writing the thread, I'd like introduce myself. I'm an eighteen year-old who recently started PEing and have been since July 2011. I'm thrilled to be a new part of this incredible community, who more or less got me 1) introduced to PE and 2) excited and motivated to integrate it into my life. By this point, I've finished going through JP90 and have been working into some more intermediate and advanced exercises. I read a lot of interesting threads on here and have been trying to gather as much information as possible to make sure I've done my homework before I put it to use (the excercises, not my schwanz ) I have an important question about PE though that I haven't really seen brought up regarding starting size. I'll present my question in a case form.
Say there's a Guy 1 who has a 6" schwanz. He spends nine months stretching and jelqing it and achieved some good gains. He had a healthy penis starting out, and his starting BPFSL of 6.125.
There's another guy named Guy 2 who's started out at 7". He performed the exact same workout of Guy 1, for nine months as well, had a healthy penis starting out, and his starting BPFSL was 7.125
To make the question more uniform, I'll also say that hypothetically they had the exact same cock, just had differences in starting length. That and the information above considered, theoretically can we say that they both should have gained more or less the same amount in length? That's what my question is. In other words, does a guy with a naturally longer penis have a more difficult time gaining length due to that fact?
One of the things I tend to come across on the forums is success stories, people working up from 6 inches to nearly 8, sometimes even 8 or above for those who really excelled with their workouts. One thing I definitely don't see that often, is when a guy starts off at 7 inches and works up to 9. Of course this is possible, people like Going411 and other PE vets have started long and gained 2+ inches in length, Dino9x7 i believe from Thundersplace as well. I should also say, the reason why we don't see this could very well be because not many people starting off at 7 or above come by the forums, or also because many people tend to set their goals at 8 inches. Nonetheless, I found it to be an interesting question I hadn't come across yet. I'm interested to see what you guys think.
- 12-03-2011 #2
First, welcome - this is a very good post for a new guy
The 3 most common mechanics behind enlargement are plastic deformation, cellular increase in volume and cellular division - depending on which exercises as used if course.
I think in all of these cases both men have an equal chance of gaining a certain percentage (aside from genetic variations etc.). Therefore, I believe that starting longer means you will still gain as well as someone shorter, perhaps even a little more due to having more cellular material to work with. In reality, the difference in potential is probably in the fractions of an inch range and fairly insignificant (unless you're comparing starting at 3" vs. Starting at 7")
Just my theory, perhaps others have a different view they can share
- 12-03-2011 #3
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Could just be the smaller guy is more motivated.
Also as you get bigger, partners tend to say whoa that is enough.
- 12-03-2011 #4
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- 12-03-2011 #5
Great opening post, Z; very thoughtful. Welcome to the Gym.
Pegasus has put forth some good suggestions for what might account for differences. I think individual differences in tissue (i.e., ligament) flexibility may account for whether one gains more than the other. Basically, I think individual differences in physiology account for different outcomes more than starting size.
- 12-03-2011 #6
I was born with a little less than an inch and now I am at 7 so I dont think it matters. Just kidding, I agree with pegasusand some of what donjelquer said combined. i think that many guys over 7 inches never look to see if they can get bigger but I think that there is nothing that firmly proves a guy with a shorter penis will gain length faster than a guy with a long pecker.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 12-04-2011 #7
Thanks for the input guys. Donjelquer makes a good point, which I never considered about longer guys potentially having more cellular material to work with.
And yes, like Pegasus said, it may very well be that guys who aren't as long are more motivated. I've always wondered that actually. Personally, I started off at just under 7.25" bpel and now i'm sitting directly below 7.75" bpel. Like many guys who start at 6" and set their goals to 8", I decided to set my final goal for length at +2 inches. And while I have great motivation to get to 8" and then 9", I wonder how my motivation compares to others' where it's getting to 7" then 8". It seems as though someone who wants to go from average to long would probably have some more motivation then someone who wants to go from long to longer."Hit me, you can't hurt me. Suck my kiss." - RHCP
- 12-06-2011 #8
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I'm worried about having a useful and healthy penis! I started at the magical 7"bp, with 5.25 girth. I'm now 7.75" bp and my girth is starting to come up a bit, last measurement was at 13.5 cm or 5.3"
I'm at 7 nbp , which I consider a very useful penis. If I get to 7.5" nbp I won't be unhappy!! But I want the 5.5 inch girth some day!!!
What I don't want to do is grow a monster that will scare off women. It happens quite often to a college buddy of mine who is 8.5" nbp, and real thick, maybe 6.5" plus!
Real every day earth girls don't like them too small or too big, they like them just right!!
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