Law of Laplace and Loss of EQ with Girth Increases
Here’s the question: Do girth exercises, which are intended to stretch the tunica albuginea, deep fascia, and superficial fascia of the penis, end up diminishing EQ?
Here’s the basis for this question: Law of Laplace
Wall Tension = Pressure x Radius/Wall Thickness
For those who are unfamiliar, the law of Laplace is frequently used to describe the effects of dilated cardiomyopathy, but it generally describes the pressure difference across two interfaces (e.g. Blood and air). The issue here is when you forcefully increase your girth, you are decreasing the wall thickness of the aforementioned sheaths encasing the corpus cavernosum and increasing the radius of the penis. Consequently, the wall tension required to maintain the same pressure must increase (rearrange the equation in terms of Pressure and it will become very evident). How is this going to happen? I don’t know the answer, but my guess is that it won’t. There will be a linear decline in EQ as girth increases beyond it’s natural state.
Don’t try to convince me that I’m wrong, prove it. Take my word for it, this is an argument I want to lose. I’m not going to invest a second into any of these girth exercises until someone brings to my attention something that I’m missing.and neither should you.