Myth - If PE worked, every guy would do it.
This is very common myth that goes beyond PE, but I felt like I’d set the record straight… and for the record, so far the gains I’ve experienced have been EQ and length resulting from the EQ of about 1/8 of an inch. I’m not saying one way or the other if it works.
First, you have to define what you mean by ‘works.’ If your definition of ‘works’ is gaining 3 inches of length and 2 inches of girth in 6 months, then it’s probably going to fall short of that. In contrast, if you define ‘works’ by increasing EQ and just gaining anything beyond the EQ gains, then you’ve set a much more realistic version of the term. You have to take one step before you can take the second. So, be realistic in defining what the term ‘works’ means to you.
So, why wouldn’t every guy be doing it? Simple, most people are either too skeptical or just aren’t willing to do the work. Take health and fitness for example; basically EVERYONE knows that proper diet/nutrition, along with a solid & balanced workout routine will give you a lean, toned and healthy body. Yet, at least in America, 1/3 of the population is overweight or obese. It’s definitely not because exercise coupled with proper nutrition doesn’t work, but because people, in general, are just unwilling to do the work it takes to make it happen. They want the quick fix to everything… like a pill to take instead of actually getting off their asses and doing something. You’ve probably heard the excuses (possibly made some yourself); “I just don’t have the time,” “I’ve tried everything and nothing works,” or one of my personal favorites “healthy food is too expensive,” or “it’s too hard.” There are probably varying degrees of the same excuses but you get the point. The same thing goes for PE, except not every body knows about it. Not to mention, many that do are turned off by just hearing one doctor say it won’t work or that they’ll definitely injure themselves doing it. Others just don’t want to give it a chance because on some level, they want to feel like they’re inadequate. It gives them an excuse to feel the way they do and have the life they have (even if they say they don’t want it, their actions say otherwise). Why would you give something like that up if you think it’s working for you? We’re all guilty of that on some level, whether we realize it or not. There’s my take on the subject. Thanks for reading… Stay Classy!
Starting - November 12, 2012 || BPEL: 6 7/8in || EG: 4 1/2in
Goal #1 - BPEL: 7 3/8 (+ 1/2 in.) || EG: 4.75 in. (+ 1/4 in.)