How to Maximize the process of Gaining Length
Hello everyone! So, there is this question I want to ask- what do you consider to be the best length gaining method? I have read a bit here and there and this is what I have so far:
- In order to get the best length gains you must first focus on length only and do girth work after achieving your final length goal. The reason for this is, because by the laws of physics- the thinner an object is- the less force it would need to be stretched. For example- if a guy with girth of 4.5 inches follows a length only PE plan and another guy with girth of 5 inches follows the exact same routine- the one with less girth would see better results (if they are anatomically the same- have the same number of tunica layers, skin exit point, LOT etc.). That is because the process of mitosis would have to occur over a small area (which would therefore make it faster). Plus, the stretching force would have to be much less (as the number of cells that need to be stretched would be significantly less due to the even distribution of the force over the tunica/ligaments).
- To be on a length only routine. This one might be considered “a bit too much”, but the main goal of length work is exhaustion/fatigue. Once fatigue is present- the ligaments and tunica can be stretched much more easily as the body no longer has the “strength” to resist the stretch and therefore- tissue deformation is most easily achieved during that period. There is a lot more on fatigue to be explained, but for those who are not familiar with this “law of length gaining”- just read through Bib’s “Managing Fatigue” thread, it has great information in there. So, if reaching fatigue and “riding its wave” is the most important “law” of gaining length- wouldn’t a length only routine maximize the gaining potential- as the process of mitosis (cell division) would be constant and therefore- constantly extending the penis while it is at the phase where the best and fastest gains can be made? Much like the SRT theory- constantly keeping the penis extended, using the fatigue factor to gain at the fullest potential.
- Exhaustion/relaxation of the PC/BC muscles. Just like in the exercise- DLD Blasters- where what is most important is not the stretch itself, it is the PC/BC muscle exhaustion part. As the body instinctively performs a “defensive” kegel to resist the stretch (because our bodies are survival machines and they can not make difference between a voluntary stretch or involuntary attack. So, to prevent the penis from getting ripped off from a predator attack- a kegel movement is being performed). This is instinct and it can not be avoided if the person is not conscious of the kegel movement and if the person does not have full control over his Pelvic Floor muscles. Techniques such as the DLD Blaster exhaustion and the Paradoxical Pullout are proven to keep the involuntary kegels away from the process of PE.
Here is an interesting read:
- High Intensity vs Low Intensity
- Short Duration vs Long Duration
- Useful Additional Information
High intensity is believed to be THE key to gaining meters of length by some, but high intensity is not always THE only key to gaining. Ok, so if High intensity stretching is not THE Holy grail of PE gaining then what else can be its equal? Isn’t it important to get a strong stretch to deform the shaft/ligs and therefore make it longer- the stronger the deformation is- the better the gains will be, right? Well I don’t think it really works like that always. What most people are not aware of is that when they stretch HARD- their survival mechanisms activate and therefore the Pelvic Floor muscles flex (perform a kegel) to resist the stretch and protect the penis (as your body thinks it is about to get ripped off, it is adapted to the evolutionary threats it was exposed to). What happens then is the STRONG stretch does not have the effect of proper tissue deformation and mitosis induction as we wanted in the beginning of the session.
Low intensity is strongly avoided by many PE-ers. Most people think it is a waste of time and something that is not enough to make your penis grow, because the deformation is not as strong and therefore- less gains will be seen if one does his length session following that principle than the other one that pulls his penis as strong as he can. BUT- low intensity stretches do not triger the survival mechanisms and the penis gets a weak, but proper stretch.
High intensity is really dangerous- especially for the ones that are not conditioned enough to go for it! Many newbies would pull their penises with all they’ve got and suddenly find themselves in a stuation where injury has occured and they have to stay away from PE-ing and maybe even sex.
Low intensity is the safe way- newbies going for low intensity while stretching are much less likely to cause an injury and take time off PE and sex.
Additional information on intensity level is that the penis (just like every other part of the human body) adapts to the stress it is exposed to. If newbies (or DEconditioned PE-ers) decide to go for the big intensities instead of getting conditioned enough to do so- their penises will gain, yes, but they will also adapt to the stress levels and once they do- they would have to improve their length session (in terms of intensity and/or time spent doing the exercises) to break the plateau they have hit. If PE-er 1 starts his sessions with basic stretches and works his way slowly and steadily up- after a 1 year period- this person would have gained X number of gains and come to updating his length sessions to (just a simple example) mid-to-high intensity of stretching, mid-to-high exercise intensity (as exercises differ in intensity and types of targeting- expressives, ligament stretches, tunica stretches and they all vary in exercise intensity- some are more intense than others etc.) and around 1-2 hours of manual PE a day. If PE-er 2 starts his sessions with more intense exercises such as “The Mandigo Stretch” or any other of that caliber and uses high intensity and works his way up- in a period of 1 year- that PE-er would have gained Y number of gains and would have to do very high intensity of stretching, very high exercise intensity (performing the most intense length stretches he can find) and 3-4 hours of manual PE a day to continue breaking the plateau and therefore- see new gains. This is why it is advised to first take your “Newbie” gains with low intensity and then steadily work your way up. The above mentioned was just a small and simple example including no devices, but you got the main idea.
High duration of length exercising is the type of exercising that can let us reach fatigue and “ride the wave” afterwards for a continuous period of time and therefore- making the best length gains possible. Once the ligaments or tunica reach fatigue- they will not resist (but that does not mean that the Pelvic Floor would not flex to “protect” your penis) the stretch and then you can feel how the stretch really stretches you penis. Think of it that way- imagine the ligaments or the tunica as a straight line. Now stretch that straight line and you see it getting deformed (elongated). On a micro level mitosis (the process of cell division of a mother cell to two daughter cells) occurs. After time- the cells of that straight line go through a process of division multiple times and there you go- it is now longer. The reason why it is important to heal elongated is because you are under a process of constant mitosis. High duration wins big time! How will you know you have reached a level of tissue fatigue? Well- basically other than soreness- fatigue can be described as the inability to continue a PE length session using the same intensity level (you feel like you need to reduce the weight a bit, a light feeling of discomfort, but NOT pain!). This is also why length sessions are better off being done daily, with no rest days. Once exhaustion has been reached- one must use this massive advantage to gain as much as possible. If any rest taken- exhaustion would fade away, the penis ligaments/tunica would be completely healed and the state you fought to get to is now gone and further than before (as you have given the penis a chance to adapt to the stress you have put on it before and now the stress level required is therefore higher- like a muscle (though the penis is NOT a muscle)- train it and it becomes bigger, but it is needed to apply the principles of progression to exceed the previous workout and give it more stress than it is adapted to in order for it to grow. This is also why I believe there “Newbie” gains- since people unfamiliar with PE have no adaptation to any kind of penile stretching/expanding stress and they require a little to gain).
Short duration of length exercising on the other hand- does not provide all the VITAL to gaining effects High duration does. This is why combinations such as Short duration+High intensity or Short duration+Low Intensity do not work by themselves. BUT when combined with the High Duration method AFTERWARDS- they work wonders! So if we have a Short Duration+High Intensity stress (such as hanging) followed by a High Duration-low intensity/high intensity-passive (PE length devices such as Extenders or All Day+All Night Stretchers)/active type of PE is extremely effective. And the other thing- Low Duration+Low Intensity stress (such a a light manual stretch) followed by a High Duration-low intensity/high intensity-passive/active type of PE is effective as well! And of course there is the High Duration-High Intensity stress followed by a High Duration-low intensity/high intensity-passive/active type of PE (which might be by far the most effective type of length training) and High Duration-High Intensity stress followed by a Low Duration-low intensity/high intensity-passive/active type of PE (which can be really good as well, but here it really depends how long the High Duration is- as active PE (which differs from the active type of healing principles such as Extending/ADS/Cockring and can be something as manual stretching or using special length devices such as a hanger) can be much better for gains than the active healing principles, but most people do not have the time to do 6+hours of active PE a day, so- as recommended as High/Low Intensity-High Duration work is- it is a bit impractical for many PE-ers. I believe the above written gave you a fairly good sample on how a length session can be structured and what are the advantages/disadvantages of any routine’s structure over the other type. We all follow regimes based on the time we have to PE a day and we form a micro/meso-cycle of routine. The above written was to get some people a bit more familiar on the principles length works on and help them structure themselves a length micro/meso cycle routine based on the time they can PE in.
This is why PE devices such as Extenders/All Day+All Night Stretchers work so good- because they let us heal actively and make our penises go though a constant (or a much longer) process of mitosis. It is not a MUST to have these devices to gain, but it definitely speeds up the results and makes it MUCH easier for all of us to PE.
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So, what do you all think? I would love to see a really good discussion on what you think would help men maximize their length gaining process. Please, correct me if you think I am wrong and make sure to tell me if you think there’s something I have not mentioned. :)