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I was wondering how many of you got significant gains from the newbie routine. I’ve read multiple thread and in all instances it seems people gain but I’ve seen up to 1.5 in length reported which seems dumbfounding. I was wondering out of those that have gone through it, how much have you gained? I want people who genuinely faithfully did the routine. Not the 1 or 2x a weekers.


Start: 6.5 BP x 5.25

Current: 7 BP x 5.25

Short term goal: 7.5 BP x 5.5 Long term goal: 8 NBP x 6

I do believe the answer is 42. yes, 42.

I think that he just wants to know if beginners can see gains from the newbie routine similar to those that do the more intense routines.

Is it something to teach you the ropes of PE, or is it really the most efficient workout (gains-wise) for a beginner.

If I’m figuring this right it seems to me I gained about 1.75 in length from the newbie program. About 3/4 of an inch in girth. And the rest came from more advanced programs. Get all you can from the newbie program it is the one that will likely give you the most gains.


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Originally Posted by kingpole

If I’m figuring this right it seems to me I gained about 1.75 in length from the newbie program. About 3/4 of an inch in girth. And the rest came from more advanced programs. Get all you can from the newbie program it is the one that will likely give you the most gains.

Thank you this is the type of response I’m looking for. What I mean is I’ve done a lot of reading on here and read numerous progress reports. I’m just interested to see the variance amongst everyone from gains in the newbie routine. For instance if I gained 1.75” in length and .75 in girth I’d be done with PE’ing. I’m just interested to see what all everyone has gained from doing the routine.


Start: 6.5 BP x 5.25

Current: 7 BP x 5.25

Short term goal: 7.5 BP x 5.5 Long term goal: 8 NBP x 6

I think you should quit worrying about it and just do it. I know it’s hard to not obsess over it, and you want it to happen right away. I have been doing pretty much a newbie routine since the date I have down there and have seen small gains already (yeah, it’s hard to resist measuring all the time as well). Just go with the flow.


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Nothing for me until I finally took up hanging.

Do keep in mind that plenty, ( I have no numbers for you), of guys get most of their gains from the good ol’ n00b routine. The advances stuff is not advanced as in “better” than the basics of PE; rather, the advanced stuff is for when and if the basics stop giving you gains.


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probably a 1/4 inch in length and a 1/4 inch in girth. This is probably because I have been doing some form of PE for years now without a set routine so who knows how much I really would have gained.

So far I’ve gained 1 inch in length in the few months I’ve been exercising. I’ve been doing the newbie routine from day one and until I stop gaining I will continue with this routine.


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 didn’t bother with the newbie routine, and made no early gains. My biggest mistake with PE was to launch right into an intense routine - I often think could have made a relatively easy extra 1/2 inch EL gains if I had just eased myself into PE with the newbie routine. I didn’t start making gains until I tried the “less is more” approach, and allowing time off for deconditioning breaks.

As a newbie, you should be able to achieve growth through a low intensity routine, if you try this for a month or two and see no change then move onto a more intense routine. If you start an intense routine straight away you’ll probably waste the opportunity to make easy gains. In my opinion, the biggest challenge to newbies is to resist the temptation to think “the more time and intensity I put in, the quicker I’ll make gains”. Paradoxically, I reckon if you accept that you may doing this for a while - start off lightly, take your time and read all you can - you’ll achieve your goal far quicker.


03/07: BPEL - 7", EG - 5.5" Vol. - 242cm (NBP)

04/08: BPEL - 8", EG - 5.85" (6.25" at base) Vol. - 316cm (+30%)

GOAL: BPEL - 8.75", EG - 7" Vol. - 512cm (+111%)

Originally Posted by fershizzle

I think you should quit worrying about it and just do it. I know it’s hard to not obsess over it, and you want it to happen right away. I have been doing pretty much a newbie routine since the date I have down there and have seen small gains already (yeah, it’s hard to resist measuring all the time as well). Just go with the flow.

I’m not worrying nor am I obsessing about it. I’m excited and have seen very good results in the week and a half I’ve been doing it. I was just getting a general gauge of what people gained in those 3 months. If I gained some of what others gained I wouldn’t even need to continue. It’s just interesting that people have gained really big on it and others not at all. I’m hoping I’m in the former and not the latter.


Start: 6.5 BP x 5.25

Current: 7 BP x 5.25

Short term goal: 7.5 BP x 5.5 Long term goal: 8 NBP x 6

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