Does larger girth inhibit length gains
This is my first post. I’ve been a member here at Thunder’s for a while now, and really enjoy reading through the threads. Shamefully, I’ve never really committed serious time and energy to PE so I haven’t really seen results except for more defined vasculature. That’s my own fault and I have no doubt that just sticking to the newbie routine would give me good results. I just lack dedication, but seeing as I’m overcoming the daunting first step of posting I guess I must finally be getting serious.
I generally feel like I have a good grasp on beginner’s theory but there’s something I’ve been thinking about lately to do with what steps I should take when I finally get through the newbie routine (although I realise I should stick with the newbie routine until it stops working). My stats are 7 inches BPEL and 4.675 inches EG. Now, my BPFSL regularly gets to around 8 inches, and I figure that there’s such a difference in erect length and flaccid stretched length because my girth is slightly below average (as well as the fact that an engorged penis has diminished elasticity), so for lack of a more appropriate word I think that there’s more “give” than if my penis was thicker.
This leads to my question; is it easier for gain length with a thinner penis?
I would assume it is, due to the fact that there’s less tissue area being rebuilt, so it should heal faster but I would like to hear other people’s thoughts.
The reason I’m asking this is because I think it would be more difficult to get the same level of stretch from a thicker penis and as such, it would be more difficult to reach a length goal. I don’t think I’m explaining this very well, so I think an example would be helpful.
Example: Suppose there are two guys, they both have a 6 inch BPEL, but they have different girth measurements, one being 4.75 inches EG while the other is 5.5. They both follow the newbie routine for three months. Who gains the greatest length?
I would think the guy with the thinner penis would. I therefore think that it makes sense to concentrate mainly on length gains after the newbie routine due to the fact that girth gains would make it increasingly difficult to make length gains, whereas I see no reason why length gains would inhibit girth.
Of course I could be totally wrong. This is very much speculative, and without actually conducting a clinical trial will remain that way, but I very much respect the opinions of the Thunder’s Faithful and wonder if there’s any prevalent view on the topic that I’m not aware of.
All theories are welcome. Thanks in advance.