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How does fat correspond to length

I could easily stand to lose 30lbs, probably even 40. Right now my BPEL is just over 6” and my NBPEL is ~5”. If I lost 30 lbs, would I see a noticeable increase in length? Does anyone know how much length, on average, per say 10lbs? Anyone with fat loss experience?

Every person’s fat pad (the fat around the penis, in the pubic region) response is different. I don’t think there really is a way to predict how much, if any, length you’ll gain. Your BPEL should stay around the same but your NBPEL will fluctuate.

Maybe, maybe not. If your fat pad is reduced you will see a NBP increase, I doubt the Bone Press will increase much though.


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I read in a recent issue of a popular fitness magazine that men gain approximately 1/2” of penis length with every 30 pounds they lose. Not sure where the author found that figure though.

You are lucky you only have an inch of fat pad with 40 lb of excess weight. I have a little over an inch with about 10 pounds excess.

A lot of really lean guys still have a half an inch or more difference between nbp and bp lengths. I would not expect to gain more than 1/2 inch from fat pad loss alone. You could also gain if losing weight causes an improvement in your circulation. This would lead to better erections and therefore a little more length (only if you are not getting fully hard now).


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Zomgpp don’t lose weight because of your penis alone. Do it for your overall health.

Originally Posted by KylesBeguiles28
I read in a recent issue of a popular fitness magazine that men gain approximately 1/2” of penis length with every 30 pounds they lose. Not sure where the author found that figure though.

That is bollocks man!
You will only gain on Nbp only.


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I understand it will only be NBP length, sorry if I was unclear in my original post.

I workout for strength right now so I just eat a lot. I’m almost at my strength goals, so I will do a fat loss diet early next year probably.

I am a powerlifter zomgpp and I can tell you this even though you eat a lot(not junk food) you could lose quite a lot of weight. I had friends, very lean guys snacking between sets. We were after strength and we had to maintain a good strength and weight ratio for competition.


I have decided whatever I do I will move forward in life

I’ve dropped a lot of weight during my PE journey. Like 25 lbs. There are days when I feel like all my gains are due to my weight loss.

What I’ve read is that it is easier to gain muscle (weight) after you have lost your original fat. In other words, concentrate on losing the “hard-to-shed” fat that has been stored in your body for years, before focusing on increasing muscle mass (weight-gain). This makes losing weight while gaining muscle mass (strength) easier in both respects. By changing to a routine to focus on a strength and fat-burning routine you will see a difference in your body all around with less effort.

Although I guess it really depends on your workout goals, I am just suggesting that if you are 40lbs. overweight you may be putting more stress on your body and your heart, and not getting an optimized workout for your body. It will take you longer to achieve the exercise goals you are looking for.

I would imagine also that 40lbs overweight, you may actually see a difference in BPEL after some weight is lost, but it really depends on where that fat is stored on your body and for how long its been there.


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Originally Posted by Neophyte
What I’ve read is that it is easier to gain muscle (weight) after you have lost your original fat. In other words, concentrate on losing the “hard-to-shed” fat that has been stored in your body for years, before focusing on increasing muscle mass (weight-gain). This makes losing weight while gaining muscle mass (strength) easier in both respects. By changing to a routine to focus on a strength and fat-burning routine you will see a difference in your body all around with less effort.

Although I guess it really depends on your workout goals, I am just suggesting that if you are 40lbs. overweight you may be putting more stress on your body and your heart, and not getting an optimized workout for your body. It will take you longer to achieve the exercise goals you are looking for.

I would imagine also that 40lbs overweight, you may actually see a difference in BPEL after some weight is lost, but it really depends on where that fat is stored on your body and for how long its been there.

I think you are generalizing about me when you don’t know me. I was a super lean 141lbs. I am now 215lbs and only been “fat” for about 6-8 months. I am gaining fine in the gym, I’m not worried about that. I know plenty about weight lifting.

I store my fat in my thighs a lot, my love handles, stomach, and butt.

141 to 215 in 6-8 months? That is a lot of weight gain. What happened?

Originally Posted by KylesBeguiles28
I read in a recent issue of a popular fitness magazine that men gain approximately 1/2” of penis length with every 30 pounds they lose. Not sure where the author found that figure though.

Awesome, so if I lose 60 lbs, I’ll be 8inch NBP, and 100 lbs! Sweet!


Going for 6 inches of girth, wish me luck.

Originally Posted by zomgpp
I could easily stand to lose 30lbs, probably even 40. Right now my BPEL is just over 6” and my NBPEL is ~5”. If I lost 30 lbs, would I see a noticeable increase in length? Does anyone know how much length, on average, per say 10lbs? Anyone with fat loss experience?

Hi, an expert answers your question in this youtube video:

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She says the best way to increase the length of your penis is to lose weight. She gives facts based on many studies.

Let me know if this helps!


Start: October 1, 2007: BPFL 15.2 cm, EG 5 inches

Current: October 16, 2007: BPFL 15.5 cm, EG 5 inches

Goal: NBPEL: 12 inches, EG 8 inches

I didn’t mean to generalize or offend you in any way, I am sorry that it came off that way. The truth is I know you like a hole in the wall, I was just trying to help answer your question, point out areas of improvement and ways to get there. I may have overstepped alittle there and I apologize profusely.


STARTING STATS -- 9/15/07: Bpel 5.7" • Eg 4.7" • Fl 4" • Fg 4"

4/15/09: Bpel 7.2" • Eg 5.125" • Fl 4.25" • Fg 4.15"

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