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Correlation between vascularity and gains

Correlation between vascularity and gains

What’s your opinion on this?

Do you think that vascularity (that meaning having a body with prominent veins GENETICALLY – not after 100 years of bodybuilding:) ) is a sign of POSSBILE great penile gains?

Or

Do you think that a penis that has really prominent veins before starting PE represents a sign of POSSIBLE great gains?

I don’t know. But I can say that it is my experience that growing new or more prominent veins in the course of a PE regimen is usually a predictor that gains are coming.


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I assume you are hypothesizing that vascularity would indicate better blood supply for tissue growth? Is that your thought?

I doubt if there is a correlation.

I think vascularity is more of a visual characteristic dependent on skin thickness and proximity of the vein to the skin surface. It may also be related to vein size, but that doesn’t necessarily mean better blood supply, as veins simply return deoxygenated blood to the heart. Blood supply is dependent on arteries and the capillary system. Arteries are deep and not normally visible.


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Last edited by mravg : 05-11-2007 at .

Originally Posted by ModestoMan
I don’t know. But I can say that it is my experience that growing new or more prominent veins in the course of a PE regimen is usually a predictor that gains are coming.

I would agree with Modestoman, it seems that increased vascularity is a precursor to gains either in length or girth. At least that has been my experience, for what that’s worth.

I have heard it said thtyou can tell if a man works with his hands by the number of viends you can see. This is supposedly because hands that grow more muscular need more blood. I think it may be the same with the penis. You need more blood to grow bigger and when you are bigger you need more blood.

Kinda goes hand in hand, I would think

W

Originally Posted by mravg
I assume you are hypothesizing that vascularity would indicate better blood supply for tissue growth? Is that your thought?
I doubt if there is a correlation.
I think vascularity is more of a visual characteristic dependent on skin thickness and proximity of the vein to the skin surface. It may also be related to vein size, but that doesn’t necessarily mean better blood supply, as veins simply return deoxygenated blood to the heart. Blood supply is dependent on arteries and the capillary system. Arteries are deep and not normally visible.

But if the vascularity one grows is arterial rather than venous (or even both), you end up with greater penile arterial efficiency, yes?


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So you are thinking, in general, that PE can improve overall blood circulation (through stimulation of capillary growth or whatever), and that may also result in a more vascular look (veins responding to increased flow by growing in diameter). Therefore, vascularity can be a sign of improved circulation, which can mean more growth potential.

OK, that seems reasonable.


Horny Bastard

A related idea is that the penis is really one big blood vessel. I know it’s not precisely true, but bear with the approximation for a moment. The penis as a whole will then grow as its constituent blood vessels grow.


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Originally Posted by wadboutme
I have heard it said thtyou can tell if a man works with his hands by the number of viends you can see. This is supposedly because hands that grow more muscular need more blood. I think it may be the same with the penis. You need more blood to grow bigger and when you are bigger you need more blood.

Kinda goes hand in hand, I would think

W


This makes most sense to me.


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Originally Posted by mravg
I assume you are hypothesizing that vascularity would indicate better blood supply for tissue growth? Is that your thought?

I was thinking about something like that…more or less…

I mean, I’m one of those persons that would describe himself as vascular. My veins are rather prominent throughout my body, especially on my arms. They were always like that, and a lot of people who noticed it falsely believed that I was weight-training, or into some kind of sport; but, as I was saying, it is purely genetic – I am lucky to have a lean, quite muscular body. Following the same pattern, my penis is also vascular, although not as “muscular” as I would like it to be:P (but that’s why I’m here – to change that).

My point is that if I hit the gym, I’m a fast gainer in muscle definition (I’ve been working out for a couple of months now). I wonder if that translates into fast gains in PE wonderland.

Anyway, I’m still a newbie in the art of PE – but I’ve noticed some pretty quick gains in girth (my penis getting from prominent veins to more prominent veins:) ). We’ll see about length later….

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