- 12-07-2013 #1
It's obvious that some people gain faster and for the rest it takes longer; but how long should you wait before you decide you have to up the intensity or change things up?
Isn't it better to measure more often to keep better track of your gains?
- 12-07-2013 #2
Ive been going for 0.1 length gain per month as kinda of mini goals at the moment, however back in july i stopped gaining my usual 0.1/month that i had been gaining for the past 6 months. So i knew i had to change something. I added hanging and the gains started coming at my usual 0.1/month again.
So i guess if you're keeping a log and you see what kind of average gains ur making, when gains slow down or stop completely that would be a good time to throw something else into your routine or up your workout duration/intensity.
As for measuring more frequently, i dont recommend it and heres why. if you measure every few days EQ will vary massively, based up your sex life/masturbation/PE etc etc. So for example if you measure on monday at 7 BPEL and then on wednesday after a heavy pe workout you might only scrape 6'6-6'7 BPEL (which can be very disheartening, and may stop you from doing exercises that are in fact having a positive effect in gaining size just because you think they are doing the opposite because of your lack of EQ). In that short amount of time there is not much growth that will have occured.
I think measuring monthly is probably the best because it allows you to see whether that whole month has been successful and whether or not next month you need to add something new or take something out.
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- 12-07-2013 #3
I tend to measure weekly and the day I measure has to be a rest day. I will measure several times during that day to get the most accurate measurements possible. It seems to have worked for me. Now, correct me if I'm wrong but I believe that if your'e not gaining, not even one millimetre after two weeks by doing the same thing, you are not likely to gain after 4 or 5 weeks. So instead of wasting your time, hoping that eventually, as if by some miracle, you are going to see gains after one or two months, cut your losses and take it up a notch or even change it. I don't recommend that people just work out in hopes of gains, but be smart about it and seek the gains.
And how in god's name did you figure out that your potential is 0.1" per month? It is one thing to have a goal but to put it in terms of time...I don't know what to say! This is not a rhetorical question, I'm really curious to find out! I say the sooner the better. It may be 1 millimetre this week and .1" the next, but a gain's a gain and until I reach my goal, as long as I keep going, they have to keep coming.
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- 12-07-2013 #6
yah I regret not measuring every month, but it seems like you can just tell if your gaining or not...
- 12-07-2013 #7
Going411by7 (I was a grower; now I'm a shower).
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Oct. '03: BPEL 7.75" x 5" Flaccid 4" x 4"
Feb. '04: BPEL 10.5" x 7" Flaccid 4" x 4"
Oct. '08 BPEL 9.50" x 6" Flaccid 7" x 6"
Feb. '09 BPEL 9.50" x 7" Flaccid 7" x 6.5"
February '12 BPEL 9.5" x 6" Flaccid 7.5" x 6.25"
June '13 BPFLS 11"
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- 12-07-2013 #8
If you're going for gains, I would say a month. You should "feel" gains coming once you get used to the process. For me, I get a looser, more stretchy feeling in my tunica and ligs combined with stronger EQ and expansion in the CCs/CS.
Sort of off topic, but I haven't gained in awhile and my penis feels more natural and comfortable on my body now that I've gotten used to the new size. I will probably go for gains again next Summer and maybe a bit this Winter.BPEL: 6.7-8.57" NBPEL: 6.3-8.25"
MEG: 5.9-6.5" HeadEG: 5.4-6.25" BEG: 6.25-7"
Flaccid: 5"x4.75" -> 6.25"x5.375" for +63% volume
275ml-435ml in 3 years, 6 months(active 2 years) for +58% volume
6.7x5.9 - 8.57x6.5 or bigger than 9/10x49/50 - 2999/3000x1666/1667
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- 12-07-2013 #10
3 months of no improvement is where I think a change should be made to a routine. It's easy to get variations in measurement from slight changes in EQ alone, so I don't see how anyone can accurately measure gains to the 1/10th of an inch on a weekly basis.
After a year or more of PE, gains will be so slow that it will take months to get any kind of measurable result anyways
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