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What is the biggest gain anyone on here has seen

Originally Posted by Penox
**I truly believe that PE growth is also genetic to some degree.** That is not possible, PE growth is due to stress that causes deformation.

***sigh* As much as these 1.5”+ gains are inspirational, it does seem a far fetch for some of us. ** I don’t see how. I stealth PE, anymore I can only do it 3 to 4 days a week and I still gain, slowly yes, but they still keep coming. I have even hit a 5 month dry spell.

Without an official measurement “because I stealth PE” I would guess myself around 7.25”. With the .25 coming after a 5 month dry spell. Its just simple persistence.

I think the true question & answers are this:

Question: Can you gain 1.5 to 2+ inches with PE?

Answer: Absolutely!

The real question you should be asking yourself is:

Question: Do you have the dedication to do PE until you see 1.5 to 2+ inches?

Answer: No! Not the majority.

No one is doubting the the effectiveness of PE. Sure it has worked on many dedicated members on this forum. The challenge is that some can gain relatively “faster” and longer or fatter than others.

It takes you 5 months to gain 1/4 inch. Congratz on your effort. There are some of us who would love to gain 1/4 inch in a year’s time.

This is why it’s frustrating for us “hard gainers” who try very hard and are very dedicated to PE for less than desire outcome.

Some members take less than a year to gain 1” or even 1.5”… yet it can take some 2 years + to gain 1” (if lucky). I agree with that you that the aim of PE growth is deformation from constant stress and pressure on the penis. However, each one of us responds to the stress and heal differently. Like some of the posts on here states that a same stretching can cause some to heal “longer”.. and others to heal “stronger”. There’s definitely genetic influence in PE growth. In fact, everything has to do with predispositions to some degree. The truth to the matter is some will probably never gain over 1.5” (say with 5 years of PE?).

There are many athletes who practice and train so hard, but have never made it to professional leagues.
There are many guitar players who have tried and practiced so hard, but can never play like Sungha Jung, who was born in 1996 and can play guitar better than most pros by the age of 10.

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Just because one practices and trains hard, doesn’t mean he or she will get the “BEST RESULT”. The most ideal PE growth would be gaining 1.5 - 2” in two years time. But will everyone achieve that? I highly doubt it!


Notorious "Hardgainer". No Gain in 4 Years! Check out my "Blog" under Profile.

(starting: Jun 2007) 5.75" BPEL x 5" EG / (Sept 11, 2011) 6.375" BPEL x 5.125" EG / (July 1st, 2014) 6.25" BPEL x 5.125" EG (lost a bit of size)


Last edited by kubchaser : 10-15-2010 at .

I have gained 1.75 in length and .6 in girth in 5 years with over a year off.With my size at 6.75bpelx5.6mseg.I am getting close to the 2 inch club. I hope I make it.

Originally Posted by jdvert
I have gained 1.75 in length and .6 in girth in 5 years with over a year off.With my size at 6.75bpelx5.6mseg.I am getting close to the 2 inch club. I hope I make it.

So you start with roughly 5” BPEL?

Congratz! For 4 years of dedication to give you 1.75” length.. that is awesome. It’s nice to hear stories of average Joe size making big progress.


Notorious "Hardgainer". No Gain in 4 Years! Check out my "Blog" under Profile.

(starting: Jun 2007) 5.75" BPEL x 5" EG / (Sept 11, 2011) 6.375" BPEL x 5.125" EG / (July 1st, 2014) 6.25" BPEL x 5.125" EG (lost a bit of size)

Anything it’s possible with enough time and dedication. Some people just depress everyone with their emo attitude.

Originally Posted by ignacius
Anything it’s possible with enough time and dedication. Some people just depress everyone with their emo attitude.

What is really depressing is that some can gain 1.5” - 2” in less than 2 years of PE, while some take 5 years to achieve.

If genetic is not part of the explanation, I don’t know what else is.

Yes, hard work and dedication can and will pay off. It just pays off differently depending on the individual.

Don’t get me wrong. I do believe in PE, and I am just being realistic about individual differences in PE gains. Don’t expect too much because not everyone can achieve the same result given the same period of time.


Notorious "Hardgainer". No Gain in 4 Years! Check out my "Blog" under Profile.

(starting: Jun 2007) 5.75" BPEL x 5" EG / (Sept 11, 2011) 6.375" BPEL x 5.125" EG / (July 1st, 2014) 6.25" BPEL x 5.125" EG (lost a bit of size)

If someone isn’t making gains he has to change his routine.simple.But most people don’t change anything for years and then they call themselves hardgainers,i mean c’mon

There many types of potential in PE, but the thing to train first is the brain.

An hour a day of dedication to a sport or art or skill isn`t enough, yet there are many athletes, artists and skilled people out there.

Malcom Gladwell said that it takes 10,000 hours to become expert at anything, talent aside. He even went as far as to suggest that talent is a minor part of ability, and that doing the work is key.

10,000 hours is a full time job for five years.

I`ve been playing the guitar for 35 years, soccer for 45 and I`ve been doing PE for 10 months.

My talent (genetics, mental focus, intelligence, etc) has gotten me an inch in length in 10 months, but I want more, so I have to dig in and prepare for the long haul.

And yeah, there are a few who stretch the truth a little more than their dicks, which doesn`t do anything for themselves or others here trying to find out what works. But that`s another thing we have to deal with on our way to PE mastery.

Originally Posted by a-unit
There many types of potential in PE, but the thing to train first is the brain.

An hour a day of dedication to a sport or art or skill isn`t enough, yet there are many athletes, artists and skilled people out there.

Malcom Gladwell said that it takes 10,000 hours to become expert at anything, talent aside. He even went as far as to suggest that talent is a minor part of ability, and that doing the work is key.

10,000 hours is a full time job for five years.

I`ve been playing the guitar for 35 years, soccer for 45 and I`ve been doing PE for 10 months.

My talent (genetics, mental focus, intelligence, etc) has gotten me an inch in length in 10 months, but I want more, so I have to dig in and prepare for the long haul.

And yeah, there are a few who stretch the truth a little more than their dicks, which doesn`t do anything for themselves or others here trying to find out what works. But that`s another thing we have to deal with on our way to PE mastery.

Love Malcolm Gladwell’s “What the Dog Saw”. It is a very interesting book that talks about achievement that is occurred as a result of being in the right time, right place and right circumstances.

Congratz on 1” gain in 10 months!


Notorious "Hardgainer". No Gain in 4 Years! Check out my "Blog" under Profile.

(starting: Jun 2007) 5.75" BPEL x 5" EG / (Sept 11, 2011) 6.375" BPEL x 5.125" EG / (July 1st, 2014) 6.25" BPEL x 5.125" EG (lost a bit of size)

Originally Posted by Wamrage
If someone isn’t making gains he has to change his routine.simple.

It’s not that simple, TRUST ME.

Originally Posted by UFGator

It’s not that simple, TRUST ME.

It’s not that complicated either. I often hear that the definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result. :) For example, if something doesn’t work after 6 months, why would it start working after 7?


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