- 11-27-2013 #1
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I'm quite insecure about my penis size. I'm currently 6' exactly and 5.8' girth. I'm new to this and i'm quite cynical so I want to know if this genuinely works.
Also, can anyone explain terms like BPEL?
In addition, could someone reccommend a routine to increase length,not bothered about girth. How soon will i see results?
Any help would be appreciated!!
- 11-27-2013 #2
Yes, PE does work, it requires knowledge, time and persistence though it also yields more favor-some results than just size increase, I mean penile health, EQ is the best gain ever
BPEL means Bone Pressed Erect Length, to learn all about PE, Safety and find a suitable beginners routine please Read This
https://www.pegym.com/forums/beginne...r-routine.html is very popular around here.
As for your size, you are already above average in length (64th percentile), and huge in girth (96th percentile)
Donjelqer76's Percentile and Frequency calculator
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- 11-27-2013 #3
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BPEL = Bone Pressed Erect Length (You measure your dick all the way from the pubic bone)
NBPEL = Non Bone Pressed Erect Length (You measure just the visible part)
MSEG/MEG = Mid shaft erect girth
BEG = Base Erect Girth
EG = Erect girth in General
There's a huge debate on whether it works or is a big lie..But if you really want it you gotta try everything out, even the things that are considered to be fake or scam.. I don't give any guarantees how fast you will gain, but it certainly is more real than telekinesis lol..
Good luck bro.
- 11-27-2013 #4
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Check my measurement increase in my albums in just 1 month of extending 1 cm bpel increase!
- 11-28-2013 #5
We wouldn't be here if it didn't work. It worked for me, you can check my log. JP's 90 day is the way to start. There's a lot of reading to do, but don't hesitate to ask questions. I'd also suggest making your own log if you do start.Started Dec 2009: BPEL 6.25 EG 4.50 BPFSL 7.0
Top Feb 2010: BPEL 7.15 EG 4.50 BPFSL 7.45
Current Nov 2013: BPEL 7.0 EG 4.5 BPFSL 7.3 (I stopped in summer 2010, starting up again)
Goal: 8 x 6
My Log: https://www.pegym.com/forums/progres...-2-2009-a.html
- 11-28-2013 #6
The above are some excellent replies!
It's good to be skeptical, but being cynical about this can work against you.
I've always been fond of comparing PE to weight training due to the similarities in how one can induce progress in a routine, cycling workouts, etc; but PE is much more dependent on mindset than most other forms of training- both in the execution of how one trains and takes advantage of any gains made and in how if affects results.
The gains that you'll make from training are going to depend a lot on your EQ (Erection Quality- a combined measure of stamina and hardness). Your penis is designed to respond to sexual stimuli (whether real or imagined) unfettered. To expand on that, if your mind is clear or you're feeling good, your erections should come unbidden- provided there are no physical anomalies to interfer with the process. If you're experiencing negative emotions like fear or anger, it will affect your erections to some degree. In a worst case scenario, you can have total "Erectile Dysfunction" merely due to negative emotions.
If you go into training with a negative mindset, you're going to put undue pressure on yourself when you train and when you measure. There are trainees who actually make things worse for themselves by training in that manner. Here's an example of how that can play out:
One starts training with a negative mindset. Obtaining the proper erection just to get initial measurements cause anxiety and feelings of inadequacy. The training itself is hampered due to erectile issues, and in many cases it's overdone to compensate for a lack of quality and/or in the hopes that "more is better" will speed up gains (it almost always doesn't). The penis becomes overtrained or even injured, and when measuring time comes around, this gets compounded by anxieties to produce diminished or even a lack of erections.
While the above scenarion seems extreme, it's a lot more common than you might think. Some men spend months or even years trapped in the above described cycles. The worse part of it is that they usually deprive themselves of any types of relationships that may lead to physical intimacy due to feelings of inadequacy- they believe that they "aren't worthy" of any type of relationship until they get their penis to "X" amount of size.
The ironic thing about this is that many of these men are average or better in terms of size. They create their own personal hells within their own minds!
The point of the above is to stress that, if you're going to start any type of PE training, please make sure that you go into it with a good mindset.Want a FREE month of coaching for your training? PM or email me for details!
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- 11-28-2013 #7
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- 11-28-2013 #9
I have only gained 1 and 1/2 inches in under 3 years. Total scam I tell you.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 11-28-2013 #10
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Why would someone give the new guy with just this one post a negative rep? This is bullshit whoever did this, everyone must have been skeptic at some point...
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