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Are gains a constant gradual thing

Are gains a constant gradual thing

I’ve been doing PE since the beginning of January, and I was just wondering whether or not gains were a constant gradual thing, or just something that happens when your body feels it is time. In other words, given that you do your routine correctly, do you gain little by little every month? Or is it possible to not gain anything for a month or even lose gains before a sudden spurt in growth/gains?

I ask because I made some gains in the first 2 months of PE, but I feel that I’m not gaining anything right now. In fact, I think I slightly lost some gains. I’m not totally discouraged about it, but it seems that because of this my motivation isn’t as strong as it was before.

Not necessarily constant. Sometimes you plateau, sometimes you don’t gain, sometimes you do.

Then 01/15/08 EBPL: 6.25 EG 5.10 Now 10/05/09 EBPL 7.75 EG 5.25 Girth work for 103 days.

New Short Term Goal: EBPL 8.0 EG 5.5 Lifetime goal 9x6.5 PE log and journal

I’ve always thought they were a little bit of both.

I would say no.. flat lines with instances of growth.

Starting: (2/1/06) (nbpel=7.8) (bpel=8.15) (eg=5 3/16)

06/29/07: (nbpel=8 1/2) (bpel=9) (mid eg=6) (base eg 6.25)

Comparison Pictures, 8in to 9in= My Comparison Pic thread.

It is a possibility that you may have hit a plateau but that would not necessarily cause you to lose gains you have made. Especially if you are using the same routine. It is possible that you are over training.

If only they were constant and gradual. We could all gain just as much as we wanted and know it would take a certain time. Alas from personal experience and reading many many posts here at Thunder’s, it appears that plateaus are very common place, though possibly not insurmountable.

Perhaps the only thing that is constant and gradual is the understanding of your own penis, and with that knowledge, you can continually grow it. I can’t offer anything more positive than putting in the effort and learning how to put that effort in effectively will bring results.

I found I got great early gains (like most I guess), then they slowed right down.

I hit a major plateau (not helped by breaks), but hopefully things are on the turn now.

I do also believe rest is important.

01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

I too find that it’s a series of plateaus.

Quick gains at first and now every now and then I have a few productive weeks.

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Take your time, pick a simple routine you can stick to, and be consistent in your efforts. Patience is the key.

for me (in 3 & a half months) it’s been slow & steady with the past 3 weeks seeing my gains splurge and increase exponentially & jump from around 7.75 to 8.375” in bpel.

I’ll do my next official measurement mid April and we’ll see how we’re progressing at the mo.

I think it’s all about riding out the plateus,putting in quality time/workouts and then as soon as you start to get the jump in growth then increase the intensity for a while and get the maximum out of that phase.That’s what’s worked for me so far anyway.

Starting stats:- Dec11th2008 7.2"bpelx6" meg.Mar23rd09 8.375"bpel x 6.125"meg. Mar10 8.4" bpelx6.125" meg.

Goal: 8"nbpel x 7" A one eyed monster by any standard :)

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