Thread: Question for long-term PE'ers
- 07-15-2012 #1
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
I'm hoping that some of the truly experienced guys that have been steady PE'ers for many years can provide some insight into long-term results for PE training. It's been only 8 months since I found this site and it's been all good thus far in terms of some length and girth gains plus better EQ and sex life. I'm trying to understand whether it's reasonable for me to think that I will continue to gain at some reasonable rate for another year or two until I achieve my goals (which will likely increase from the moving goalpost syndrome).
1. For the most part, have you been able to gain steadily over multiple years? If so, what is your current routine (technique, time, frequency)?
2. What do you consider to be a reasonable target rate of length and girth gains per year?
3. Did you need to increase your training intensity to continue to produce gains similar to your first year?
4. Did you ever hit a real plateau? if so, how many months/years into your training and what did you do to get past that plateau?
5. Do you think there is a genetic limit to your gains at some point? This doesn't apply to guys that stop and cement upon reaching their goals.
6. After years of training, was there any long-term negative issues with penis health/performance?
Sorry if I missed previous threads on this topic. I tried to run a few search phrases but didn't find the answer I was looking for.11/20/2011: BPEL: 6", MEG: 4.75" (goal BPEL: ~7", MEG: 5.25")
2/18/2012: BPEL: 6.375", MEG: 4.875"
5/9/12: BPEL: 6.5", MEG 5" (goal BPEL: 7.25", MEG: 5.5")
7/3/12: BPEL: 6.5", MEG 5 3/16"
- 07-15-2012 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2011
1. If your gains don't come steady like they used to then it normally means you have or will be hitting a plateu, and you need to change it up and see what works for you again.
2. Everyone gains different as long as you're gaining then your fine, some gain quick no matter what they do and some gain slow, as long as you gain then it's all good.
3. After time you need to increase because your penis gets used to it so you will need to shock it into more intense exercises, or more reps/sets.
4. Best thing to do when you hit a plateu is change what you're doing and maybe take a month or so off before you do.
5. I'm pretty sure everyone has a limit.
6. PE is for penile health, so there's no negatives unless you've been doing it wrong.
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