Thank you Sparkyx, it’s always great to hear your opinions.
It’s true, Xenolith posted concepts similar to those exposed here - even the application of recursion (fibonacci’ numbers are a case of recursion) etc.:
xenolith - Finding xeno: a penis tale
I don’t know if we should be more happy or worried for that. :D
Having just read Xeno’s hypothesis, one of the questions that keeps twisting my brain uncomfortably is, why Bib gained so much over a long period without decon breaks? Also, my own best gains were about 3 months into a fairly intensive routine - again with no decon breaks. And I’m probably sure there are others who have shared similar experiences. It’s all very well to have mathematical modelling plotting the optimum routine, but the body isn’t a nuts and bolts machine that can be predicted with the same degree of certainty as the engine of a car - flesh and blood has a predictable habit of throwing a spanner in the works of the best intentioned attempts to mathematically rationalise biological phenomena. I’m not saying that it shouldn’t be attempted, only that there is probably more than one way to make a ‘coon skin coat.
One of the most spectacular documented examples of growth I’ve yet seen (originally posted by Marinera as a pdf - sorry, I can’t find the original thread - I have the document on my disk but alas no dick pics in the MM forum), was of a man in the late 19th century, a circus performer, whose penis grew to gigantic proportions over a period of 2 years - 10.5” long X 9.5” girth flaccid! For those of you who look upon this as a blessing, consider his complaints that his size made intercourse with his wife impossible, his organ was heavy and burdensome to carry and he pleaded with the doctor to have it amputated. According to the doctor’s report, he presented with severe infections in his lymph glands and foreskin. Apparently, he was an acrobat and must have been already quite well endowed as he described his appearance in tights, before growth, as “unseemly” - whatever that means give the social mores of the day! To remedy this he devised a harness whereby he strapped the penis to the testicles and (presumably) tucked the offending bulge neatly between his legs. During the course of his acrobatic pursuits, the harness routinely twisted and caused trauma to his genitals. Sometimes it was so severe that it took several days to recover. But it did, and over the course of two years he experienced substantial hypertrophy. The doctor noted that, apart from the infections, his penis was healthy and quite normal, except in its size. Although it was not noted in the original report, it could be speculated that his infections may well have resulted from progressive unhealed trauma sustained by the use of his harness.
Although this is only one case (albeit spectacular), what does this tell us? It would seem to support the notion that growth can be achieved by successive regular trauma over a prolonged period. The trick for us is to regulate and manage this trauma to create “safer” hypertrophy. Whether this achieved through micro tears, or by killing cells (on a micro level) by starving tissue of oxygen, or through a combination of both, it may transpire that some regimens may target different types of growth. Whether decon breaks are going to assist, or optimise, is debatable - there seems to be at least some documented evidence (even discounting Mr 19th century) that they may not.
BPEL (5") | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | *20cm* (8")
MTSL (5") | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | *25cm* (10") MTSL = Maximum Traction Stretched Length
"Pertinaciously pursuing a penis of preposterously prodigious proportions." What a mouthful!