- 12-13-2012 #1
Sorry original thread I typed up, but copied and pasted the wrong stuff. Ok Im in the medical profession. If we cannot bottle and sell you something for the rest of your life; we don't want it.True stallion it is not comparable to weight lifting in that the penis is comprised of many things, but the only muscle is smooth muscle which is completely different than the muscles targeted in weight training. However, the comparison was meant to be that like any sport it takes alot of time, work, and dedication to succeed. True you can see gains in either sport by putting in less time ect ect. In general though anything worth having in life usually takes work/dedication. I think of PE as both a sport and a lifestyle. Where I am the only one competing : )
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Second- this cannot be converted into a gym type deal like 24 hour fitness. No one wants to use someone else's pump or extender. I have a hard enough time with guys at a gym wiping down the equipment.
Third- too many newbies try this and do not continue in it long enough to make gains, or incorrectly train/over-train. Even I over-trained to no avail. Then they claim it doesn't work.
Fourth- Studies on pumping and other products (exception extenders which are now proven to some extent) are too short in duration. The guys I know who have been succesful with pumps, pumped, for years.
Fifth- MONEY MONEY MONEY stallion is dead on. It is a money driven deal here.
Sixth- The industry has been hugely marketed by snake oil salesman, and that has given the entire lifestyle a bad wrap. To the point were most men don't trust any of it.
Last edited by Bignate; 12-13-2012 at 04:08 PM. Reason: wrong post
- 12-13-2012 #2
You can't really compare the penis to working out because it's not a muscle. There have been numerous threads on this. Basically it comes down to $$. That's all most people really care about, their own personal well being and $$.12/2/12
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- 12-13-2012 #3
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I'm rather new to PE but already see a lot of commonalities to working out. Most guys I know wish they looked a lot better physically, but simply do not have the motivation/ patience to put the necessary time in both the gym and kitchen. PE seems similar, progress is slow, how many people can you think of joined the gym in the hopes of getting jacked in no time only to give up a month later. I'm sure there are lots of guys who start/ started PE only to be disappointed by the lack of gains, subsequently quitting.
That and you touched on the lack of ability to profit off PE, makes total sense why it is not more popular or mainstream, not to mention it is some what of a taboo subject.
- 12-13-2012 #4
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Correct. It's so slow that the time:gains ratio keeps a lot of guys from trying. And the concept in general makes many too skeptical to even try.
Here's some math: Let's say you do PE for an accumulated 11 of 12 months in a year (about 48 weeks), since we all take time off occasionally for other commitments. And let's say someone has a routine that takes about 3 hours per week once warm ups and all exercises are totaled.
quarter of an inch or less.
This is an effort that requires a good deal of patience and persistence. Not everyone will be willing to make the investment.I am no longer an active member on the PEGym.
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