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More pain, more gain?

More pain, more gain?

Do all of the big gainers use tremendous forces in their exercises.

Those would be all of the biggest losers. The rule in PE is, if you have pain, you will get no gain.

The primary goal of PE should be to make your penis as healthy as possible in both form and function. If you do that, increased size will follow.

No. Pain is never a good sign. I can only speak for myself but I use a good deal of force when exercising, unless I am just coming back from a break. But the force I use, my unit can take it without any negative signs.

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The title of this post is plain incorrect and a path not to follow.

Any pain represents injury which is bad and ultimately counter productive to getting gains.

You don’t see any athlete saying they train to get pain and injury. A bodybuilder doesn’t try and burst his biceps to get stronger muscles. Injuries do happen and it is a fine line between looking to deform the area and creating a full blown injury, if you ever feel pain STOP.

Over time your body does adjust to force, hence why we up the duration and/or intensity of stretching, jelqing, hanging whatever. However, you must start slowly and progress in a sensible controlled manner or not only won’t you gain, but you could end-up with a penis that is broken FULL-STOP.

01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

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