Anatomical Differences my story
After reading up on quite a bit of stuff on this site I have seen people with excellent gains and people with no gains. Of course this may be up to technique/routine which obviously plays a part, but I believe individual anatomy dictates a very very large percent of gains/nogains.
Take me for example. My erection angle is fairly steep(as in close to pointing straight up.) If I push the erection downwards I can see clearly defined ligaments under a patch of skin(very clearly defined.) Now I really don’t know much about other men’s penis’ but I thought the size of the ligaments and skin was probably a bit higher than on most guys.
Now, armed with this idea, or shall we say theory, I believed that stretching(or a stretching equivalent) would make the most rapid and noticable gains. I believe I began approximately six or seven days ago and started with just stretching 30sec * 10 switching hands and primarily using the BTC stretch. A few stretches I would stretch to the side and down to target the side ligaments every time. On every stretch I would try to make it strong enough to truly feel that distinctive stretch pain at the base of my penis. Two days ago I began jelqing. My first was dry, and now I am primarily doing wet jelqs when I shower. Started 100 than 125 and today 150. I prefer wet over dry because after jelqing my penis is noticably fatter and I believe that means that I have sufficiently expanded it.
Anyways, I seemed to have surprised myself today. Before, I could barely make 5.5” BPEL. Today, after waiting about 2 hours after my PE session I measured again. Well, I was surprised to see a BPEL of 6”.
Now, I would like to ask for advice. With the information shown above, what do you all think I should do to my routine? Gradually increase the amount of stretches and jelqs each day? Add something else in? Also, how can I tell when I should take a break from PE(diminishing returns due to toughness)?
I’d also like to know if jelqing helps increase girth? Or does that depend on the persons anatomy(assuming proper technique is used?)