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Keeping a log

Keeping a log

I’ve been on and off of PE for a number of years now. Basically I’m quite accident prone and after an accident I quickly loose interest.

I recently started with a toned down newbie routine. This time I want to stick with it and am increasing my routine by small increments. What it comes down to, I replaced the amounted minutes with a set amount of reps and lowered that amount significantly.

To make sure I don’t go to fast and keep myself in check I am keeping a detailed log. An added benefit is that if something does happen I can easier track down where I went wrong/ to fast.
At this moment I’m keeping track of the different components from the newbie routine. Basically the amount of reps for stretching, jelqing and kegels, warm up, cooldown, and also my foreskin restoration and sack stretching. I also keep track of any discomforts or injuries and of course the gains on a monthly basis.

Is there anything else you guys think I should keep track of?
Or knowing what you know now, is there anything you would have liked to keep track of? Just for the hell of it ;)


Start: BPEL 6.2inch, MSEG 4.6inch.

Current: BPEL 6.7inch, MSEG 4.7inch.

Goal: BPEL 8 inch, MSEG 6 inch.

I think it could be a good idea tracking your PI’s.

I already kept track of the negative PI’s, though I didn’t know they were called that way until a few minutes ago.
Thanks, I’ll definitely keep track of the neutral and positive PI’s as well.

Any other insights?


Start: BPEL 6.2inch, MSEG 4.6inch.

Current: BPEL 6.7inch, MSEG 4.7inch.

Goal: BPEL 8 inch, MSEG 6 inch.

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