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Confounding variables

Confounding variables

How do you guys track your progress, and accurately relate it to your PE-exercises?

Since I’ve “seriously” started PE (Dec last year, got lazy for a couple months so I use the word seriously in quotations), I’ve gone from a 5.75”x4.75” to a 6.45”x4.80” using a length/girth alternating day routine.

I’m very happy with my progress so far, but what I’d really like to know is what I did to get to this point.. Unfortunately I haven’t done a very good job book-keeping with exercises and times etc. After my two month hiatus in April/May I started a new rotation of exercises and so I’m not entirely sure what my gains are a result of. Also the information would be helpful to getting girth gains, which have clearly not come quite as easy as length gains.

I thought THunder’s would be a good place to find advice on how to improve this aspect of my PE’ing.

Start: 5.50" x 4.60"

Now: 6.70" x 4.80" (Goal: 8.00" x 6.00")

Current routine - hanging/ads, clamping and bathmate

Well we can’t do much to help you as we dont know your weekly/monthly measurements.

As you say you have to do your own recording of gains/losses or static measure,

Four things are required. A ruler, pencil, and a note pad.

The fourth?

The will to do it.

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