BigThingStory

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I would like to know if the meausrement of Bone pressed erected length in Bathmate of the sticker of Bathmate on the tube is the true Bone pressed erected length or else true erected length .
Thanks
 

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I would say yes it is,
 

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BigThingStory;746666 said:
I would like to know if the meausrement of Bone pressed erected length in Bathmate of the sticker of Bathmate on the tube is the true Bone pressed erected length or else true erected length .
Thanks
BSA is the BM guru here on MOS and he tested this with his and said the difference was a little more than 1/4" difference. He may be along to give you the details on how he did it.
 

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In my own personal experience I'd say it's way over my bpel. The reason for this is because of the pulling force of the bathmate. A more accurate length would be that of an erect bone pressed stretched length . My bpel is 6.5" but in the bathmate at full pressure I'm pretty much filling the x30 which is 8" if not more.
 

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The sticker is a loose measurement and should not be taken as official as your true measurement outside the tube will most likely be larger than that in the tube measurement wise. In some cases it may be smaller. It has everything to do with perspective and the way water creates an illusion through the tube. It is always best to measure with a ruler and a tailors tape.
 

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I think also using the comfort pad would result in a decreased measurement in the tube to allow for it's thickness. I've not tried my X-40 without the pad, so I'm not sure how much difference it would make.
 

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I was curious so conducted an experiment on my kitchen counter with the bellows completely compressed (thanks to the help of my VacuVin pump ) and my tailor's tape...the BM sticker read .375" longer than the tape (for clarification the BM shows 8.375" and the tape shows 8"). Now don't think the sticker is completely useless, because I use it to track my growth...just need to do the math for where you actually land on a ruler.
 

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Big Schwanz Acht;746836 said:
I was curious so conducted an experiment on my kitchen counter with the bellows completely compressed (thanks to the help of my VacuVin pump ) and my tailor's tape...the BM sticker read .375" longer than the tape (for clarification the BM shows 8.375" and the tape shows 8"). Now don't think the sticker is completely useless, because I use it to track my growth...just need to do the math for where you actually land on a ruler.
It is a great indicator but the ruler is called a ruler for a reason :)
 

badboy2011

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I would say yes. When I'm recovering from tightness pelvic floor, I am going to use bathmate mostly everyday to help my penis to grow big and fat. Hopefully it will help my erections to go much harder like I never have that experience before ;)
 

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doublelongdaddy;747086 said:
How is your recovery going?
It has been going great thanks. It has been improving as I'm getting there slowly. My hamstrings was tighten when I went to see the physio in few weeks back. My physio has been very helpful as she gave me the rubber band so I can use it at home to stretching my hamstrings. I has been working on it most everyday so now my hamstrings are more soft but there are still more work to do. My posture is a bit bad as my back is not straight as it is used to be and it get out of balance when I'm standing, my hip are tighten as well as my psoas.

When I fix the anterior pelvic tilt, won't I have to do these exercises again when I get back on the PE??
 

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badboy2011;747116 said:
It has been going great thanks. It has been improving as I'm getting there slowly. My hamstrings was tighten when I went to see the physio in few weeks back. My physio has been very helpful as she gave me the rubber band so I can use it at home to stretching my hamstrings. I has been working on it most everyday so now my hamstrings are more soft but there are still more work to do. My posture is a bit bad as my back is not straight as it is used to be and it get out of balance when I'm standing, my hip are tighten as well as my psoas.

When I fix the anterior pelvic tilt, won't I have to do these exercises again when I get back on the PE??
If you have anterior pelvic tilt as I do, hamstring stretches will make it worse. You need to strengthen the hamstrings in order to help correct the tilt as well as strengthening the core. Weak core and hamstrings as well as over used back or strong lower back muscles are one of the main contributers to anterior pelvic tilt. In my own case I have extremely strong back and core muscles from lots of heavy dead lifting but weak hamstrings due to not doing any isolating exercises for them. I have since dropped deadlifts for the time being , concentrating on building my hamstrings in order to pull down my glutes to counteract the tilt. I have been doing this for two months now and my posture has improved dramatically.
 

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