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Haha yeah my money goes to college and food, and the most expensive of all, my girlfriend. I would love to try nanox9 on shoulders but unfortunately for me my right shoulder is in therapy for shoulder impingement syndrome, I have had to lighten my routines up a lot recently. Everyone has to take a break sometime, in the meantime I’m working out at home. Really do get a good forearm workout in PE haha.

My apologies for the typing errors. I do however think it could have been pointed out with a bit more tact.


Starting stats NBPEL 6" x EG 4.125" --> Mar 2008 NBPEL 7" x EG 5.25" Current Stats 7" NBPEL x 5.6" EG (Post 1st Round PMMA)

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Originally Posted by ManvsSelf
Haha yeah my money goes to college and food, and the most expensive of all, my girlfriend. I would love to try nanox9 on shoulders but unfortunately for me my right shoulder is in therapy for shoulder impingement syndrome, I have had to lighten my routines up a lot recently. Everyone has to take a break sometime, in the meantime I’m working out at home. Really do get a good forearm workout in PE haha.

Heh, ya all those supplements get way too expensive, and you do develop tolerances for them, and like everyone has said, their effectiveness varies from person to person.

To be clear about my other post though, I was saying take some nanox9 and do a high intensity workout at the gym to see if it affects your blood flow. Doesn’t have to be shoulders. If it did pump the shit of of your muscles like it did for me, I would start taking some before PE…. actually I would pop the pills and go outside and do like 10 minutes of shotgun sprints to get the blood flowing, then go into my PE workout. I know you said NO2 doesn’t do anything for you anymore and like me you don’t have much money, but I am just throwing this out to anyone out there reading this. Hell, I would love to give it a try if I had the extra cash.

Originally Posted by sta-kool
Great post, I like the way you think.

Kingpole introduced me to AAKG - Arginine alpha-ketoglutarate. Blood vessel health, healthy blood flow. For what it is worth, that is the main ingredient in the BSN Nitrix NO supplement. Of course this is a lot more economical. (Have you noticed how the BSN bottles are getting smaller but the prices are getting bigger???)

Here is the one I get:

http://www.vitacost.com/NSI-AAKG-30…lutarate-Powder

Hello sta-kool, I used to take that exact supplement and it has worked well for me. I felt better both mentally and physically. Is that the only supplement that you use sta-kool? How much would you credit to its effectiveness in aiding pe?

Originally Posted by gprent
Both your body building and your good nutrition will be beneficial to your PE efforts as well as your health in general. Just want to make one thing clear though and that is the penis does not have any muscle tissue.

The penis(corpora cavernosa) contains smooth muscle. However the smooth muscle is different from skeletal muscle(the ones we intend to strengthen through bodybuilding).

Evergrowing — I don’t know if AAKG aids PE or not. But I do believe it helps for making harder erections. Appears to have increases pre-ejaculate and ejaculate too.

As to the gym I seem to get a pretty good muscle pump when I take before a workout, even though my (non green vegetable) carb intake is really low these days.

Smooth Muscle In Arteries

How the smooth muscle in arteries works:

http://health.howstuffworks.com/viagra3.htm

QUOTE:

The penis is one of the places in the body where the brain needs to be able to turn the blood flow on and off with a valve. To understand how the brain controls this particular valve, let’s start with the basic concept at work: How does the brain control blood flow to different parts of the body?

Turning Valves On and Off
In the human body, the “valves” open and close using muscles in the walls of arteries. When these muscles relax, the arteries open up and blood flow increases. The valves respond to chemical messages that the brain can control.

The mechanism that the body uses to “open a valve” in any part of the body involves four steps:

The brain sends a signal down a particular nerve fiber. This nerve fiber ends in an NANC nerve cell in an artery, somewhere near the point where blood flow needs to change. NANC stands for nonadrenergic-noncholinergic, and what it means is that the NANC nerve cell is able to create nitric oxide.
The NANC nerve endings inject nitric oxide into the blood and surrounding cells.
The nitric oxide stimulates an enzyme called guanylate cyclase in nearby cells, and this enzyme starts producing a chemical called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP).
cGMP tells smooth muscles that line an artery to relax. When they relax, blood flow increases.

So how does this relate to an erection?

When the brain gets aroused, it sends a signal to the penis. Nerve cells in the penis’ corpora cavernosa start producing nitric oxide, which leads to the creation of cGMP. The cGMP causes arteries in the corpora cavernosa to dilate, causing lots of blood to flow into the penis. The extra blood flowing in causes the penis to inflate like a balloon. An erection occurs.

UNQUOTE

So you can see, there is no benefit involved in trying to strengthen the smooth muscle tissue in your arteries and in fact it can’t be done. The erection mechanism is triggered when these muscles relax, not when they flex.


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.


Last edited by gprent : 03-12-2008 at .

That was the best post I think that I have ever read in regard to bio-mechanics in relation to the penis. This is the quality of knowledge that makes Thunder’s the place to be, to learn and to grow! Thanks for sharing your knowledge.


Starting stats NBPEL 6" x EG 4.125" --> Mar 2008 NBPEL 7" x EG 5.25" Current Stats 7" NBPEL x 5.6" EG (Post 1st Round PMMA)

My noose style extender modification

My jelq routine

Originally Posted by gprent
How the smooth muscle in arteries works:

http://health.howstuffworks.com/viagra3.htm

QUOTE:

The penis is one of the places in the body where the brain needs to be able to turn the blood flow on and off with a valve. To understand how the brain controls this particular valve, let’s start with the basic concept at work: How does the brain control blood flow to different parts of the body?

Turning Valves On and Off
In the human body, the “valves” open and close using muscles in the walls of arteries. When these muscles relax, the arteries open up and blood flow increases. The valves respond to chemical messages that the brain can control.

The mechanism that the body uses to “open a valve” in any part of the body involves four steps:

The brain sends a signal down a particular nerve fiber. This nerve fiber ends in an NANC nerve cell in an artery, somewhere near the point where blood flow needs to change. NANC stands for nonadrenergic-noncholinergic, and what it means is that the NANC nerve cell is able to create nitric oxide.
The NANC nerve endings inject nitric oxide into the blood and surrounding cells.
The nitric oxide stimulates an enzyme called guanylate cyclase in nearby cells, and this enzyme starts producing a chemical called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP).
cGMP tells smooth muscles that line an artery to relax. When they relax, blood flow increases.

So how does this relate to an erection?

When the brain gets aroused, it sends a signal to the penis. Nerve cells in the penis’ corpora cavernosa start producing nitric oxide, which leads to the creation of cGMP. The cGMP causes arteries in the corpora cavernosa to dilate, causing lots of blood to flow into the penis. The extra blood flowing in causes the penis to inflate like a balloon. An erection occurs.

UNQUOTE

So you can see, there is no benefit involved in trying to strengthen the smooth muscle tissue in your arteries and in fact it can't be done. The erection mechanism is triggered when these muscles relax, not when they flex.

I do know that, lol. That was what I was trying to imply in my earlier post, sir. Although I do have to admit the quote was a refreshing bit of info. Thanks! :)

Sta-kool - thanks for the vitacost link. They have a really good store there. Been back at the gym now for about 8 months, and looking to add some supplements to my workouts.. Thanks

While on the subject, any opinions on Glycomine (I believe that’s what it is). I had asked one of the guys today at the gym about L-arginine and he mentioned that he also takes Glycomine to help with recovery.

Hey guys, great site here. Just for information, I checked NOxplode’s manufacturer’s website, each scoop contains as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. Bear that in mind if you want to try a nitro supplement.

Do you mean glycocyamine? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/i…08093419AAQ0RWM

OK, I guess glycocyamine and glycomine are the same, maybe. :shrug:


The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.


Last edited by gprent : 03-13-2008 at .

Sorry about that gprent. I was trying to refer to L-glutamine (been looking for it all day). Looks to prevent muscle from being catabolized, boosts HGH production, boosts healing. Really, it sounds like an all around wonder, like l-arginine.

Http://www.bodybuildingforyou.com/s…ts-benefits.htm

l-arginine, l-lysine and l-glutamine all are wonder amino acids that increase HGH, do you really think its wise to use them all in one day(seperate times). Will they be any side effects?

Is glutamine and glucosamine derived from the same substamce?

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