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I'm new to hanging (six weeks) and have worked up to three 15min sets @ 8 pounds. Now I'm sure this has probably been discussed so I'm looking for some insight from the guys that have been around for awhile.

This is what I have noticed. I started out at 4.75 NBP and quickly gained .25 (length NBP) within about two weeks. After that I decided to measure every 30 days so I don't get too crazy about new gains. So after the first 30 days I took the measurements BEFORE my Penis Enlargement routine. (As I said I gained .25 length )
But then I did my Penis Enlargement routine and meaured again, within a half hour of completeing my workout I was amazed to find that I measured a full .75 inches longer AFTER my work out :O

Obviously, these weren't permanent gains. But it did make me start to wonder. Is there any kind of relationship between the two measurements? To explain, I'm wondering if the difference in the before and after measurements says anything about potential gains? Is there a relationship between the two? For example, if the difference between the before and after measurements is .75 inches, does that say anything about stretching potential? Lets say that you are at a plateau in your Penis Enlargement routine. Do you see a difference between before and after measurements?

I guess what I'm getting at is this. Could a measurement be taken before and after to determine whether you are at or near a plateau in your routine?

I would like to hear from guys that are at a plateau to see if there is a difference in these measurements. My theory is that if you are at or close to a plateau there would be little or no difference in the before and after measures. Also, if you see a difference in the two it would suggest that you are doing something right and therefore have a positive reinforcement to continue with what you are doing.

BTW if this has already been covered then maybe you could direct me to the thread.
 
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Do you mean flaccid stretched length was .75" longer? If so I find that mine's about 0.5" longer after my workout, and these indicate future gain potential. Search for threads involving BPFSL and growth or something along those lines.

If you don't mean flaccid stretched length then I don't know what the heck is goin' on, but send it my way! Good luck!
 
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I may be the exception, but..my BPFSL is the same before and after a set, and I'm still gaining.
But my BPFL is just shorter than my BPenis EnlargementL to so go figure!
 
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This must be BPFSL because a 3/4" difference in EBPL pre and post- workout would be would be incredible. Like Matt, my flaccid stretch length is totally consistent before and after a workout. However, my stretched measurement has always been slightly more than my erect measurement, which I think is more the norm. In my case there has always remained a steady 3/8 - 1/2" difference between the two as I have progressed. The only time this changes is when an erect gain is materializing.

As for gain potential, this largely depends on what kind of gain you are talking about:

Strictly speaking, length gains from lig stretch are limited to the amount of inner penis that can be expressed via ligament lengthening. Some guys have a lot of potential, some very little - and everything in between.

When considering potential tunica gains, the sky is the limit - though, what little evidence there is in Penis Enlargement so far suggests that gains from tunica stretch tend to come slower and slower as one progresses.

Lz - this is good speculating on your part. But you have to clear up what type of measurement you are using when you note this discrepancy before anyone can shout "eureka!"
I suspect you mean a flaccid stretch measurement - and the closest I personally have ever gotten to predicting gain potential through flaccid stretch is when I note an increase in BPFSL but nothing from EBPL. What usually follows such an increased stretch measurement is ultimately an erect gain.
In my case, a stretched gain always comes before an erect gain.

-Cap
 
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Oops, sorry for the inconsistencies. :blush:

Actually I was refering to NBPenis EnlargementL. Before My workout (which is just a hanging routine described above) I took my measurements. Then after my workout I took them again and noticed that my NBPenis EnlargementL had increased by .5 inches. If I kegeled I could even get another .25 inch, for a total increase of .75 inches.

This gain was only temporary because of the ligaments being stretched out by the workout which was expected, and of course the measured gains weren't permanent. As soon as the ligs recovered (next day) the measurements were back to the my pre-workout measurements.

But the whole thing got me wondering if there is a correlation between the two measurements. Obviously, after a workout your ligs are going to be maxed out. They will be stretched as far as they can be. So I got to wondering if the difference in measurements before and after a workout are an indication of potential gains. I also wondered if a person who is presently at a plateau has noticed less of a difference in these measurements. Although from Cybershots comments, it seems I should be paying more attention to BPFSL rather than erect length .

Anyhow, I decided to do a simple experiment. I will take my before and after measurements for a three day period in order to allow for inconsistencies and see what results I get. If the theory seems to holds water , I'll try for a longer period of time, maybe a week.

In the meantime, comments and advice are welcome :)
 
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I think youre over-analizing this stuff. I dont think there's any actual "potential" to be seen or predicted from a measurement relating to gains. The fact that youre longer right after a session, is just a good sign that youre doing something right, and that if you keep it up, you should most likely gain.

I'm also with DLD on his thoughts that most men have basically the same tissues in their penises regardless of size pre-Penis Enlargement, and therefor most men have the SAME potential for gains. Some just have to put in more effort than others ;)
 
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Yeah, your probably right, but we got nothing to lose by comparing notes and I've always been the type that isn't satisfied with just knowing what to do. I need to know why I need to do it and what makes it work.

When I was 8 yrs old I took apart my brothers radio to find out how it worked 'cause it wasn't enough for me to just listen to it. (I never did put it back together right heh heh ) :scratchch

So I'm just tossing this out there hoping people who know more about it than I do will have something to say. :)
 

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