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Inspired by SWM, I'm posting a full-body pre-pe pic and will follow with a rod shot or two. I began pe in April and my camera hasn't been recharging since just before then, so no ruler pic yet.

I'll post measurement pics as soon as I can.

In these, I'm probably at 6 75" BPenis EnlargementL; currently 7.25" BPenis EnlargementL (Hit it just this morning.)
 
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Full erect; thumb pressed ligs.

My girth has improved by probably .25" with 3 1/2 mos. pe, thanks to DLD's girth routine.

This camera angle is a total cheat.
 

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Kodak DC4800.

(The recharging cord is not functioning properly and needs replacement. )

I love this camera.
 

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Nice Pics Dewey. Glad to Hear about your Gains. Your package Looks Great.
 
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Good job, Dewey. Shit, I need to lose some weight. heh.

Congrats on your gains, looking good.
 
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Originally posted by kurthungus
Good job, Dewey. Shit, I need to lose some weight. heh.
Thanks.

Listen, in April of 2000, I weighed 218#, drank like a fish, ate pizza every other night and mac and cheese just about all the others.

The I got a wake-up call: a DUI, which in California is pretty serious.

I stopped drinking, stopped eating meat and dairy, adhered to a strict diet and free-weight program (Men's Health magazine ran some great routines about that time), and changed my life. I'm not looking back.

Penis Enlargement is providing me with a whole new arena of training and I'm really happy about it. Also, studying Zen buddhism has made an incredible difference in my attitude.

Be here now.
 
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What do you think of Mens Health Magazine? I have been getting it for a few months now.
 
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I think it's probably the best of the rags in the men's health-related field. It helped me tremendously to get my bearings and take control.

They run good graphics and photography, but the most important thing for me was a common-sense editorial approach and the fact that they really do the research. I was doing a lot of reading at the time and buying written materials for reference (Kurt Brungardt has produced good, simple training books) and they came up with many of the same sources.

I'm not reading Men's Health now that I'm in maintenance and think I know it all.
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Originally posted by Jaz
Glad to Hear about your Gains. [/QUOTE

How did I miss this message?

Jaz, it's a tribute to the MOS site that I am making these girth gains, and the videos proven to be the most helpful tools. (I like Gandolf's as well, very much.) I seem to learn better with visual aids.

Did you shoot the first series at MOS?

Thanks for the word, and the work.
 
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Congrats on your weight loss and new direction as well.

I was roughly around 215 lbs about a year ago (fluctuated between 205 and even as high as 220 for a few years). I got laid off for a few months at that time, so money was tight for awhile. I was also stressed out immensely due to being unemployed and some other personal issues. In short, my metabolism went through the roof and I wasn't eating much either, so in roughly six months I lost 30 lbs and was down to 175 lbs.

That was an odd change for me, I hadn't been that weight since college; right before I graduated is when I gained a lot of weight. (I'm 30 now.) I had friends who hadn't seen me in awhile come visit and they were shocked. One even said, "Wow, you don't have man tits anymore." I had no idea anyone had viewed me that way.

I hadn't lost the weight in the most healthy of ways (I'm positive I lost a lot of muscle mass and not just fat), yet I vowed to keep it off; I'd actually been reading Men's Health back when I was losing all the weight and occasionally trying to exercise, although since my diet then wasn't very good, I didn't want to push my body too hard since I couldn't feed it right. After I got employed again, I slowly gained back about 10 lbs due to eating real food again, but I've stayed at around 185 lbs (fluctuate by a lb or two occasionally) for over 6 months now.

I bought some free weights a few months ago and have been slowly trying to get back into using them (hadn't done so seriously since high school when I played sports). I've had a subscription to Men's Health for awhile now as well. I agree with Dewey's assessment, they usually provide well-researched material which is presented in a no bullshit fashion (some of their articles are just laugh out loud funny, their writers have a great sense of humor). Aside from workout tips, they also cover things like clothing styles (I'm a total fashion idiot, heh) and sexual health, although no articles on Penis Enlargement as of yet, heh.

Men's Health also puts out some fairly good books. I own their "Testosterone Advantage Plan" (aka TAP) which includes a good, detailed workout schedule (starts out for beginners to get your body prepared for the heavy lifting) and it includes a great diet plan. I have their "Home Workout Bible" as well since I workout at home with my free weights (was cheaper to buy all that equipment than it was just for the "down payment" on a gym, that doesn't include then paying monthly fees, finding the extra time to drive to-and-from the gym, fight for equipment, etc). The HWB includes something like 400+ exercise demonstrations and workout recommendations, very good book.

Men's Health also has some good forums if you're interested. Their main web page is at www.menshealth.com and a link to the forums is off there (I haven't been there in a few weeks, so I forget the full address).

Anywho, I still have some fat around my gut, that's what I want to lose. I don't care if I have chiseled abs or not, although it would be nice; however, I just don't want that bit of pasty, flabby mass there either. I just have to get off my ass and stick to a workout routine and continue to change my lifestyle (I don't like calling it a "diet" as this isn't about some crash course in losing weight, you really have to change your whole eating habits to keep the weight off and simply be healthier; I'm also a smoker, ugh).
 
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Nice dewey! Congrats on the changes man. Hopefully we will have a fitness forum here before too long. I'm trying to get in shape as well. Packed on too many pounds from depression. Losing the weight but need all the exercise advice I can get.

Again good job!
 
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Originally posted by kurthungus
Congrats on your weight loss and new direction as well.

I was roughly around 215 lbs about a year ago (fluctuated between 205 and even as high as 220 for a few years). .... I don't care if I have chiseled abs or not, although it would be nice; .... you really have to change your whole eating habits to keep the weight off and simply be healthier; I'm also a smoker, ugh).
kurthungus:

Congratulations. The stress that made you lose the poundage was a blessing in disguise. You're probably already more in charge of your body and, by extension, your life, rather than the other way round.

Thanks for the info on Men's Health publications: I'm going to look for the TAP as well as the forums; learning is a lifelong process.

I agree with you: guys shouldn't concetrate on just a 'diet.' You need to reevaluate your eating habits, learn how to enjoy the taste of food that isn't salt or fat-laden, and practice aerobic/respiratory exercise as well as weight-training.

As for the smoking: I didn't mention it, but I quit nicotine cold turkey as well (is there no LIMIT to my sacrifice? Well, yes: I love and abuse weed ;) I find it enhances edging like nothing else.).

Thanks again for your reply and I'll be looking for your progress reports:
Dewey
 
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Originally posted by C-Guy
Again good job!
Hey C-Guy:

If I could do this anyone can. I was such a mess after being widowed in 1994 and I didn't even realize it. Your mind can convince you that nothing's wrong and that you're in control of things, when in actuality you're just a slab of walking meat. I'm glad for the DUI that slammed me into this new mode.

Thanks a lot for the encouragement, and I wish you the best in your progress.

Dewey
 
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Stick to the Fitness and the Belly-Off Club forums if you go to the Men's Health forums. The Health one and the Style one are full of... well, strange people to say the least, heh. Threads such as "Am I gay for staring at men in the shower at the gym?" pop up all too frequently in those, heh. (Flame wars ensue, etc, only worth the occasional laugh.) The This Dating Life forum isn't much better, although a lot of women post there, so it is great to get their perspective on things.

The regulars in the Fitness and the Belly-Off Club forums know a lot about clean eating and what not, some great info there and most of them are friendly and will reply with useful info.

TAP follows a 40/30/30 ratio of Protein/Healthy Fats/Carbohydrates. They include complete meal plans in the book (including full shopping lists), but you don't have to follow them strictly, just keep your macronutrients to the 40/30/30 by eating clean foods. There is a good calorie calculator based on your age, activity level and so forth. They have guides for people who want to bulk, maintain (but gain lean muscle) or lose weight. The workout plan is 9-weeks, but if you get the Advanced version, it has another 9-weeks tacked on to it. If you order directly from MH, they send you the Advanced book which can't be found in bookstores. If you get it w/out the Advanced section, you can order the Advanced section from them for $5. It's all presented in the normal MH way: fairly straightforward with good examples and the 'why' of what you're doing that so many workouts and nutrition plans leave out. It doesn't stress cardio much for weight loss, but obviously you still want to work in some cardio (they simply recommend you do it on your non-lifting days). They debunk a lot of the myths about nutrition and show you how to simply eat clean (limit the processed junk, sugars, bad fats, etc). Most people flip out and think, "I can't go on a diet, I'll be starving all the time, fuck that," but you actually end up eating *more* on their plan whether you want to lose weight or bulk. (You probably already know all this, Dewey, I'm mostly babbling for those who may not know, heh.)

They have a workout they ran over the last few months called Iron Manual that a lot of people say is very good, you might look into that since you're in maintenance mode. I think most or all of it is available on their website somewhere now. Lots of the guys in the forums have tried it and I've never heard anyone complain, it's supposed to be an ass kicker and give good results.

Damn, two rambling posts in one day, have to pardon me, I'm very verbose once I get going, heh.
 
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