A problem of measuring.

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"A problem of measuring."
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Okay, so it's been a fairly long time since i measured, and i am interesting in measuring girth as it seems as though i am looking much bigger girthwise.

The problem?

I don't want to wrap the tape around and see no difference. It's been about 1 and a half months since i last measured and it feels like i have put too much effort in to show no results...

What would you guys do?



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"A problem of measuring."
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Is it FEELING bigger in your grip too? If so, measure!
 
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"A problem of measuring."
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dopefish said:
Okay, so it's been a fairly long time since i measured, and i am interesting in measuring girth as it seems as though i am looking much bigger girthwise.

The problem?

I don't want to wrap the tape around and see no difference. It's been about 1 and a half months since i last measured and it feels like i have put too much effort in to show no results...

What would you guys do?



dopefish
Wait another month and a half
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Ive had times when I felt bigger and then I got out my trusty measuring tape and found that I was still the same after a month.

Id say go another two weeks of hardcore girth training just to be safe then measure.
 
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Well instead of waiting for a response here, i went ahead and measured,

0 gains. Nil. Zip. Nada.

Although I also measured constricted, and it would seem as though i can achieve a larger constricted girth than I could since the last time I measured.

It's no big deal though. I now have reason to work even harder at it and go more intense with exercises...



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