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Focus Your PE and Gain! TGC Theory

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Hey Guys, well thanks for this great article, it is amazing.

Actually I was thinking about this before even reading this because my erection is almost 12 of 10. It is like a stone ! I can even kill somebody with that over a knife.

So this article reminds me of changing my routine and types of exercises.

Well I was jelqing only? Is it still good even though I must focus on TUNICA ?

Other than hanging, what other methods you can offer?

Wow, great work. I started off doing 90% stretching and some jelqing but the jelqing was probably not correct. My erections went from 9 to 6 or 7, I’m at least 100% sure that the erection quality has gone down. So I should now focus more on girth exercises to increase my smooth muscle, correct? Since I’ve started jelqing recently again, it feels like I’m doing it the right way, so I’ll do more jelqing and much less stretching and see if it improves. I will report back in a month or so.

Originally Posted by Mongoloeyd
Wow, great work. I started off doing 90% stretching and some jelqing but the jelqing was probably not correct. My erections went from 9 to 6 or 7, I’m at least 100% sure that the erection quality has gone down. So I should now focus more on girth exercises to increase my smooth muscle, correct? Since I’ve started jelqing recently again, it feels like I’m doing it the right way, so I’ll do more jelqing and much less stretching and see if it improves. I will report back in a month or so.

From my understanding of what has been said in this thread, if your smooth muscle is considered the “limiting factor” then you should focus on exercises which create pressure from the inside of the penis. Many people whose smooth muscle is the limiting factor misinterpret this to mean they should focus on girth exercises. If your goal is length, you need to implement a smooth muscle exercise which stresses the penis longitudinally rather than horizontally (length as opposed to girth). Low level erection jelqs (30-50%) are one of the exercises mentioned earlier in this thread.


Starting Stats 19/05/2012: BPEL: 7.25" MSEG: 5.125"

Current Stats 10/11/2012: BPEL: 8.00" MSEG: 5.25"

Long-term Goal: NBPEL: 8.00" MSEG: 6.00"

I disagree with TGC theory wholeheartedly.

I just did this test and my BPFSL is a whole inch longer than my BPEL! wow, and I been doing mainly length exercises. I guess i gotta change my routine!


Starting: NBPEL: 6.25 EG: 5

Goal: NBPEL 8.5 EG: 6

Current: NBPEL 7.5 EG: 5.5

Originally Posted by eow123

I disagree with TGC theory wholeheartedly.

Why?

This is a very interesting theory! Thanks a lot guys and bravo!!!
Honestly I’ve only read the 5 first pages but does it have “proven” with empirical datas?

Another thing : I’ve a really good EQ, 9 to 10, but my BPFSL is 1,5cm (0,6in) greater than my BPEL so I don’t know what to think about it… Anyone can help?


Starting stats (1st august 2011) > 16,3cm x 12,2cm

Short-term goal (1 - 1,5 year) > 18cm x 13,5cm

Can someone please PM me with a reliable source for IGF-1LR3? Thanks much!

I admit I haven’t read the whole thread, it’s a little long, but if the theory is true I have a question. My BPFSL is 1” longer than my BPEL. According to the theory I should focus on girth exercises to see the best gains. The problem is that I already am over 6” girth and really don’t want to increase it too much, but I want to gain length. Will the focusing on girth exercises help me gain the length, or should I stick to a more length based exercise since that’s my goal?


Starting measurements May 31,2012 BPEL:6.4" MSEG:6.25" Base Girth 6.9" My pics

Short term goal---------------------BPEL: 7" MSEG:6.25"

My thread on the downsides of big girth: Big Girth - The Downside

Originally Posted by Thickhouse
I admit I haven’t read the whole thread, it’s a little long, but if the theory is true I have a question. My BPFSL is 1” longer than my BPEL. According to the theory I should focus on girth exercises to see the best gains. The problem is that I already am over 6” girth and really don’t want to increase it too much, but I want to gain length. Will the focusing on girth exercises help me gain the length, or should I stick to a more length based exercise since that’s my goal?

If I had been you I would focus only on length, like hanging, extender or something similar. Because you are already HUGE in girth, I myself wouldn’t want to be that much bigger in girth.

But if you have trouble gaining you might try girth excercises to see what happens, but first, focus on length.

Thanks John. The impression I got from the article was that gains would come quicker by finding what your limit was and focusing the exercises accordingly. With a 1” difference between BPFSL/BPEL it seems that smooth muscle is the limit for me. I’ve been focusing on length/stretching anyway, so I really won’t have to adjust my program much. I think it does present an interesting problem for those of us who fit into one limiting category (smooth muscle/girth) but are looking for gains in the other area (tunica/length).


Starting measurements May 31,2012 BPEL:6.4" MSEG:6.25" Base Girth 6.9" My pics

Short term goal---------------------BPEL: 7" MSEG:6.25"

My thread on the downsides of big girth: Big Girth - The Downside

Originally Posted by Thickhouse
Thanks John. The impression I got from the article was that gains would come quicker by finding what your limit was and focusing the exercises accordingly. With a 1” difference between BPFSL/BPEL it seems that smooth muscle is the limit for me. I’ve been focusing on length/stretching anyway, so I really won’t have to adjust my program much. I think it does present an interesting problem for those of us who fit into one limiting category (smooth muscle/girth) but are looking for gains in the other area (tunica/length).


I think the main problem with this thread is that the original creators of the theory (Remek & Iguana) actually contradict each other in their posts. The first sections explaining the theory are fine, but PART 3 referring to the application of the theory is when things start to become a little blurred. This ONLY affects people whose smooth muscle is the limiting factor and who need to exercise their smooth muscle. Remek initially states in post 5 that;

Originally Posted by remek
If your smooth muscle is your limit: Adjust your routine so it is mostly girth-based. That said, you don’t want to focus completely on girth. You should do at least 10% to 20% of length exercises as well

Originally Posted by remek
How to Exercise the Smooth Muscle
Girth-type exercises like squeezing, clamping, and Ulis also workout both the smooth muscle and the tunica However, it would appear that when we do girth exercises, the main pressure comes on the inside (from a rapid influx of blood flow).

And in post 67 that;

Originally Posted by remek
1) If your smooth muscle is your limit: Adjust your routine so it is mostly girth-based (I.e. Clamping, supra slammers, Ulis, and other girth exercises).

HOWEVER, Iguana states in post 220 that;

Originally Posted by Iguana
Reading back over some previous posts there seems to be some misunderstanding on application. I think some guys are trying to equate girth work with smooth muscle work and tunica work with length work. This is not the case. As you are probably aware enlargement occurs laterally was well as longitudinally. Which means the tunica and smooth muscle must expand in both directions to get gains in both directions.

The key here is to tailor your exercises to focus the stress on the axis you want to enlarge. For instance, it is possible to work smooth muscle for length and tunica for girth. In your case you want to focus on smooth muscle growth but don’t want to add any girth. This would require you to work the smooth muscle longitudinally; focus the stress lengthwise. A good exercise for this would be low-volume jelqing, say 30-40%. Higher volumes tend to stress the tunica laterally and thus are good for adding girth.

I personally believe Iguana’s correction above ^^ as opposed to the information provided in PART 3 on the first page, as it seems more logical. On a different note, being a PE newb I am currently implementing this theory so I will report back with my results in a few months.


Starting Stats 19/05/2012: BPEL: 7.25" MSEG: 5.125"

Current Stats 10/11/2012: BPEL: 8.00" MSEG: 5.25"

Long-term Goal: NBPEL: 8.00" MSEG: 6.00"

Maybe not contradictory but the first part is not complete… It only applies on girth sense.

I’ve been working exclusively on girth since the last months ( about 230 jelq / 40 Ulis each session the last couple of days) and NO gain yet. BUT I am getting crazy rock hard erection. Considering this,
And the fact that my BPFSL is about the SAME as my BPEL, from this theory, my current limit should be my tunica.

So from now on, I will go for 70 % Hanging ( totaly new to this ) / 30 % Jelqing and ulis. Lets be patient, always warm up and see what happens!

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