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How low can Fat Pad go??

How low can Fat Pad go??

I am a little over 1” right now and quite fit(on an a-f scale, I am probably a b+ right now)

I am just wondering how low some of you have gone? Is it possible to get very cut to have a fat pad of .25-.5”???

I know that there are some here that claim that thier nbp and bp measurements are essentially the same. I don’t think everybody is genetically programmed to get that lean in that area though. I suppose liposuction is an option for those that get real lean but have all their remaining fat hiding the base of their cocks

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I remember a guy (can’t remember his name) on the old forums who had NBPEL of 6.75” and a BPEL of 7”. He was very, very thin.

If you are a bit overweight, it may require a tremendous amount of dieting to reduce your fat pad to 0.25”. Mine is currently 0.75” and I’m fairly lean.

Having less fat on your body will make your cock look much longer and thicker. This reminds me of a childhood friend I used to have…

When I was a teen, I had a friend who was 5’7” and weighed about 125-130 lbs. He had virtually no fat on his body. His cock was about 8” when erect and thick. It was pretty damn big on it’s own, but it looked fuckin HUGE because his body and legs were so thin. His body resembled a pre-pube, skinny little kid with this huge thick monster cock attached to him. He loved pulling it out and showing it off —the reactions he’d get varied from shock to amazement.


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Judging by my current shape I’m a bit off my best (that happened about 7 weeks ago) But my “fat pad” still isn’t much more than 1 cm (roughly 0.4”). If you are fairly fit over a long period of time you tend to add fat in a few very specific regions (we humans have a very set fat distribution pattern) and the upper abdominals are the first to go most of the time. So if you stay fit for a long time (I’ve been below 15% bodyfat for the past 12 years, most of that time around the 10% mark) you’ll have a very thin “fat pad”.

2010-01-09: BPEL: 19,7cm [7.75"] EG: 15,0 cm [5.9"]

2010-04-24: BPEL: 20,4cm [8.0"] EG: [???]

My fatpad is 0.5”.

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Yeah, when I am talking about being fit, I mean around 6-9% bodyfat. Right now I am about 12%, but my overall goal is about 7%. I should have about .4” around that mark hopefully.

Don’t know if this will help, but I remember reading about a transdermal thermogenic product that was supposed to have a localized effect. I’m pretty sure it contained yohimbe. The way the product review read, the effect was unexpected. I’ll look around and see if I can find the review again and post a link, if allowed.

I’ll try to recount some of the review from memory to see if anybody is interested. The reviewer was basically testing the product to see how well it worked for him. The instuctions said to apply the gel/spray (I can’t remember which, sorry) to a large area, so the review applied it to his chest and abdomen. During the testing, he saw what appeared to be a localized fat-loss in his lower abdomen where he was carrying a little extra fat at. So he tried an experiment. He applied it to his fat-pad and a couple of other areas to see if the localized effect held true. By his rough estimations, it appeared to carry over to the new areas.

This might be something to try, but I’ve never tried it so I can’t vouch for it. Hope this helps some…

I’m very fit, my body fat rate is 5.9%, and my fatpad is 0.25”.

Lipoderm from Avantlabs ( The product worked for my abdominal fat. I think it could help a lot with PE considering it has yohimbe.

Originally posted by rainsea
I’m very fit, my body fat rate is 5.9%, and my fatpad is 0.25”.

nice, good job. I think at 7 or 8 I could realistically expect a fat pad. around .5”

Lipoderm-Y or Yohimburn. They do work, but it’s a very subtle effect. Yohimbine is an A2 receptor blocker, meaning that it’ll help ‘stubborn fat’ areas if in a calorific deficit.

Personally I wouldn’t want to get too low a fat pad though. The clanking of pubic bones colliding isn’t the sexiest noise I can think of :)


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