As with any physical fitness regiment you must maintain a level of consistency, duration and resistance to augment gains. If you are building
Strength you have to work the muscle to fatigue in order to facilitate cellular breakdown and increased muscle mass. Although the physiology is in no way similar this principle applies to the penis and it’s ability to permanently enlarge.
Fatigue is the critical factor so you always want to be using a resistive force that breaks down the cellular structure. If you we’re building your biceps and you already had nice muscle mass it would be silly to start with 2lbs. Weights, you would not be stimulating the muscle in a fashion that would promote
Increased capacity. PE is the same way, everyone should start at the point where fatigue is induced and growth is stimulated.
Before you start a PE program you can pretty much determine what your increased size capacity will be. If you take your 60-70 percent erection and squeeze as hard as you can at the base you will balloon/engorge the shaft and head to a size that will be achievable for a permanent condition under a good PE program. And you can determine your length potential based on a
Vacuum pump setup that will elongate your penis to a size that can be made permanent under a good hanging/stretching PE program. Once you work your member to the point of achieving permanence in these size ranges you are
Pretty much done in terms of gains (give or take) for your Johnson. People that go beyond this are beginning to cause a rather morbid deformation unless, of course, your into asymmetrical gains.
The Lord did not intend for you to have a cock the size of your bicep so it was not built to respond to exercise similarly but in His wisdom He did build in excess capacity that could be realized by a good exercise program.
I have worked out for 3 years, I do not feel muscle work and penis work have any correlation or relevance together as you propose. We do not stretch our muscles for them to grow, we stimulate their growth by hypotrophy. Taking any biologic course will show you that every cell in the body responds to various outside issues differently. Muscle cells, nerve cells, brain, etc all have different response times, growth times, stimulation method, etc. It’s called differentiation.. Even genetics can cause some more small differences not only between cell types but between different people.
You don’t even seem to understand muscle training much either. Anaerobic does not entail working cells till exhaustion. If one wanted to do so they would use light weights and go until their muscles ran out of ATP. Strength and size training involves hypotrophy which is not dependent upon cell depletion and exhaustion. Arnold himself quotes “it is best to stimulate, not annihilate.”
It is completly irrational to compare white muscle fibers to penis fibers nor their training.
By the way, most including myself work each muscle one every 5-7 days, obviously such a philosophy would not work for PE.
“Fatigue is the critical factor so you always want to be using a resistive force that breaks down the cellular structure. If you we’re building your biceps and you already had nice muscle mass it would be silly to start with 2lbs. “
It is possible to have greater gains with the same or even less weight if you superset, drop-set, change intensity, frequency, etc. The goal is not to break down the cellular structure but to stimulate it’s expansion. Bodybuilders muscles do not necessarily have more fibers, just larger fibers ( in general).
If I worked my muscles to fatigue like you claim, it would take at least an hour and a half. Nearly all experts of training advise to train no longer then 45 minutes a session to maximize hormonal and size gains. Less is sometimes more.