Focused Efforts and Counter-Productivity
Prior to scouring these forums, I never realized the host of goals, methods, and treatments available to PE practitioners. As I read, my goals evolved. I have made, what I feel are significant, gains, and I do not wish to negatively impact the continued results of my current routine.
It seems as though most people prioritize their goals:
(4) Foreskin Restoration
This being the case, the prevalence of exercises which accommodates this goal schema dominates the discussion (rightfully so). However, my PE priorities differ significantly from the norm.
My priorities are as follows:
(3) Foreskin Restoration
(4) Shape / Appearance
Here is my situation. Girth has been my priority and accounts for 100% of my measurable gains. This is very encouraging. I am confused because, when I think about it, most of my PE regimen seems focused on length. Since I am closing in on my 6 month goal for girth, should I concentrate even more effort on length and other priorities? (If I could figure out where to start a progress log I would, help?)
While I understand that most people fall under the first list, does anyone share a deviation from the norm? For example, I like my “baseball bat” and I do not feel my “cock’s comb” (turkey neck) is unattractive. Those are just my preferences.
I bring this up because PE is fraught with focused-effort exercises/methods. By definition, a focused effort targets one area/goal, and maximizes it’s potential. Do any counter, offset, or even diminish of other exercises? While many of the PE-related techniques are fairly intuitive (gravity, right?), unintended consequences are (by definition) not intuitive. This discussion seems like an appropriate thread for general discussion.
This may seem like meticulous scrutiny, and we may not have sufficient data for statistical testing, but as we commit to long-term exercise regimens which significantly impacts our self-image we should approach this with apprehension and efficiency.These questions are worth probing.
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