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Been thinking a lot lately about the average size stats and polls,and it seems (to me) that the average would fall somewhere in the 5.5 to 6.5 inches area (erect).
After measuring myself bone pressed for some time now,it has just started to dawn on me that the "average size" tests are likely not bone pressed measurements.
The thing that has me really thinking here is that I have this darn "fat pad" that covers a good inch or more of my penis,and if that was gone it would give me a much better non bone pressed appearance.
I am on a fairly strict diet,with loads of exercising like walking,etc..plus I work out as well,..and I have found exercises that can trim fat from just about every part of the body except this pad of fat that is consuming an inch or more of my penis!
I have seen pics of body builders who have basically zero fat in this area,so there must be SOMETHING to do to lose this!
The only thing I ever find on the internet about this is to have it surgically removed (which I don't want to do).
If anyone has any ideas or methods of losing this unwanted fat pad I would LOVE to hear about it!
When I push back on this "pad" it (penis) looks a whole lot better (and naturally) a lot longer!
Any input is appreciated.
I want this gone!
John.
 

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I am familiar with the Atkins diet.
Glad to hear it worked well for you,as is does for many others I know.
My fat/calorie intake is basically next to nothing.
I am really into exercise,walking and weights as well.
Every week I can see a noticeable difference in every area of my body,..either a bit of weight loss here or a bit of muscle buildup there,etc.
And I have found by now,which exercises target specific areas for weight loss/muscle gains,etc.
But I don't see much happening with this fat pad!
Just trying to figure out some specific things I can do to really target this area.
I just want this flattened completely!
 
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The Adkins diet or one of the other "Low Carb" Diets should work wonders for that fat pad. If you have any questions drop me a PM. Good luck
 
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That's my kind of diet!!!! I gotta get on line with that one!!!
I'm holding my sides laughing on that one!!!!
 
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Originally posted by john
My fat/calorie intake is basically next to nothing.
There's your problem right there. Since you're eating mainly carbs and protein you're still producing quite a lot of insulin surges which will help deposit excess glucose in the blood as fat. (Hyperglycemia can lead to death, that's why insulin is so adept at removing glucose and why diabetics have hell on earth.)

Now, if your caloric intake is also "close to nothing" you've probably triggered your starvation reflex long ago. That's when the body "thinks" that there are hard times ahead and that it has to conserve energy. What's the most energy-dense tissue on your body? Fat. That's why you're hanging on to it. In order to lose fat you need to vary your calories in cycles. You also need to eat fats, at the very least you need the good fats to make cell membranes (and without those you're a sad excuse for a body).

The greatest fallacy in dieting today is the old standby that a calorie is just a calorie. Not so. Fat/carb combinations will increase bodyfat stores much more than protein/fat or protein/carbs.
 
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Originally posted by john
I am familiar with the Atkins diet.
Glad to hear it worked well for you,as is does for many others I know.
My fat/calorie intake is basically next to nothing.
I am really into exercise,walking and weights as well.
Every week I can see a noticeable difference in every area of my body,..either a bit of weight loss here or a bit of muscle buildup there,etc.
And I have found by now,which exercises target specific areas for weight loss/muscle gains,etc.
But I don't see much happening with this fat pad!
Just trying to figure out some specific things I can do to really target this area.
I just want this flattened completely!
You're problem is most likely that you need fat in your diet. Fat is essential to a healthy diet, just make sure you get it from good sources.

Also, any spot reduction are exercises targeting specific areas for fat loss are non existant. The human body does not burn much fat during actual exercise it will go through many more efficient forms of energy before turning to fat stores. In addition, the body does not respond lets say by burning fat in your stomach if you worked your abs. It draws from the easiest sources first, on males the abdominal fat is usually the last to be lost and on females it is the fat on their hips and thighs.

I am currently planning a diet based on advice from www.skinnyguy.net

even if you're not skinny, the advice is thorough and it basically outlines everything you need to do

www.skinnyguy.net is as good of a site for diet/exercise as this site is to Penis Enlargement
 

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Thanks for the replies guys.
I still get a little bit of fat intake I guess,..but very little.
I eat mostly vegetables,fruit,rice,yoghurt,tomato soup,etc..
Drink mostly water ,and some juice like apple juice,orange juice,etc..
Walk and exercise constantly plus have been doing work with weights every day as well.
I don't eat meat,or anything with sugar,greasy food,etc..
It's not a set diet really,just the way I have been eating for some time.
I don't have any crave or desire for any particular food,..so doing without certain foods and eating like I do has never been a problem.
I take multi-vitamins every day as well.
Have heard before of good calories/fat intake but have no idea which foods these would be.
Just hoped there might be some way of targeting the fat pad with exercises.
Sort of like crunches tone the abs,figured there might be something that could tone up this area as well.
With all of working out and exercising I do this area has gotten noticeably smaller but it seems to be at a standstill now,..and with my weight loss/body fat here now,I don't think it's going to get much smaller as I exercise more (i'd have to be like a toothpick to get it any smaller now by exercising my whole body fat).
Guess i'll keep on exercising and hope for the best!
Thanks again,
John.
 
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I'm 6'0" 170 with like a 14.7 bodyfat % but have quite the fat pad, I gain like close to an inch from nbpel to bpel. I've read ideas about how you can't spot-reduce fat, blah blah blah, but anyone come up with any ideas?

Could try the ab-energizer on the area. :p
 

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I second what ebon00 said. You need to eat more, as your metabolism has probably suffered.

As for good fats/bad fats, avoid saturated fats. This is not just for simple cholestoral reasons, but the fact that the more saturated (solid) a fat is the more likely it will comfortably find it's way to your body. At the opposite end of the spectrum are the omega fats. Look for Omega 3 in a supplement, likely based either from fish by-product or flax plants. Most people have an adequate amount of Omega 6 in their diet, but are lacking in Omega 9. Extra virgin olive oil is a great source of Omega 9. It's a little costly, so don't use it for deep frying, but rather pan frying and it's also good on salads and Italian dishes.

I'll give you more ideas when I get more time tomorrow.
 
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I went on a low carb diet to lose weight I had gained after a divorce last year. I lost 45 lbs and trimmed down everywhere except the fat pad. It remains the same. I just bought some Ripping Gel to try on the pad. At $110.00 a tube I hope it helps!
 
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In response to the original post, I highly doubt the results of research are NBP. I know that the lifestyles test WAS bone pressed.

Anyway, I'm 5'8", 120 pounds(yeah, 120 pounds, lol) and have a NBP length of 6.25" and a BP length of 6.5(well, a little over that now ;) ). Lose that fat pad and it makes a world of difference!
 

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John, here are a few more pointers I would suggest to you:

1. You're not going to lose weight any faster (while staying safe) than on a low-carb diet. I like the South Beach Diet because you re-introduce certain complex carbs after the first two weeks, base on their place on the GI scale. However, if you try something more radical like Atkins, lift weights or do a comparable resistance routine. Diets that eliminate carbs, fats, etc. from the body work on deprivation. Some of what you lose will inevitably be muscle mass, so do what you must (meaning pumping iron) to keep it.

2. Drink more water . I drink a minimum of about 20 glasses per day and it is often more like 35-40 glasses per day. Yes, you'll be constantly pissing at first, but the body will get used to it. Some people say the bladder learns to handle it, while others think the cells get more accustomed to absorbing it. I think the basic science is that most people do not get enough water . Your liver processes fat removal from the body and the kidneys will slow the liver down if they're dehydrated and not working efficiently.

3. Mark your routines down. I put an index card on my refrigerator and keep try of how many glasses of water I drink per day, how many Omega supplements I've taken, etc. It serves as a reminder every tiime you see it.

4. Try researching the effects of deep breathing exercises to boost your metabolism.

PM me if you want to know more specifics or for an incredible ab workout.
 
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C-Guy, let me know if that works! I could gain a lot of it really does the job.
 
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The best thing I ever did was start keeping a journal of my eating habits and workouts and my Penis Enlargement workouts with my measurents all in there! It make sit easy to go back and check at a glance. I use Excel to do it really basic though. And I log when I screw up like some cocktails and that extra carb or two of buffalo chicken!
 

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I say run 3 miles a day. That should get rid of your fatpad problem.
 
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