A newbie taking the bodybuilders perspective
Hey there everyone,
First off, I would like to thank all of those who work hard to make this forum possible, I have stumbled upon what I believe to be a great community of guys on a mission in full support of one another. I have always been a little disappointed with my size, and I hope this is the way to fix that problem. This may be my first day on the forums, but I’m in this for the long haul.
On to the meat of the issue..
I have been lifting consistently for 2 years now, and know that proper nutrition and rest are very important to making gains. Through reading I have learned that rest is a key component of PEing, however I wonder if all aspects of nutrition in relation to PE gains have been considered. For instance, the period of about an hour after an intense workout is the time where the body can best utilize nutrition in relation to muscle growth. When we rip our tissue, our body pumps blood to it, and with that blood, nutrients. That is why I consume 30grams of available protein and 50 grams of carbs directly post workout, because I know a much higher percentage of that is going to my muscles than under normal circumstances. The point I’m trying to make here is that it stands to reason the same logic applies to PEing. I mean, we are inducing hypertrophy (micro-tears), just not in skeletal muscle, but in our units. I could not think of one reason why penis muscles would not react similarly to post-workout nutrition than the rest of the body does. Furthermore, I wonder what the effects of supplements such as creatine, when used properly, could have on PEing. If anyone has any thoughts on this please chime in.
In the time being, I plan to use my same post-workout supplementation after my PEing that I do after my lifting, and I hope to see the same results! I’m hoping to get some fresh perspectives from those who do not just work out their units’, because I feel this could lead to better results for all of us.who knows right?