Newbie gains a reality No.
I’m not 100% convinced that newbies really gain as much as I’ve seen here. I think a lot of guys are simply new to measuring themselves. Here are 3 reasons why the gains are usually false.
1. Newbies are not good judges of erection strength.
For example, there is a large difference in length of my erections. When I am at a 10 strength, I am longer than when at a 7. If you are not consistently measuring yourself at the same erection strength (on 1 to 10 scale), you will not get reliable results. As you do more kegel-ing and stretching, you get a better sense of hard erections, and may even try to artificially push it to get a good measurement.
2. Newbies are bad at measuring.
Measuring from the fat pad when the penis is pointing up will give you a small size then pushing your penis down at a more vertical angle.
3. Newbies want their hard work to pay off.
They (we) are not objective and are optimistic about the growth.
What do you think?