How much PE is too much PE? + Plastic Deformation
As I was shifting my routine last night upwards from 10 min each to 15 on fowfers, V-Stretching and Jelqing, I asked myself how much more time increases I would need to maximize my routine. I originally thought I may have be working my way up to 30 mins on each, so I decided to look at the collected wisdom from vets and gainers thread.
I noticed that the times posted for individual routines were not stated. Now I do accept PE works, and that it’s a long term effort. But, however I feel the need to ask how much PE needs to be done in 1 session for gains to be realized. I certainly feel the stretches and jelqs as I do them, but I don’t relish the idea of increasing PE time to say 3 hours in the bathroom just to see the gains. Hanging I understand is a time consuming effort, but to hold fowfers or the such for an 1 hour seems absurd to me.
So I believe that maybe a study could be done on time-efficient PEing. While it can be hard to measure how much an exercise is working in relationship to time implemented, it may be beneficial to us as PE to know for example, that 15 mins of V-Stretches does the same amount of work as 30 mins of it.
This would free up otherwise used time. People have said go by your body and listen to that, but doing 3+ hours of manual exercises intensely seems a little off to me.
So just how much PE is too much PE? Does one need to put in 4 hours a day after working up to it, of brutal PEing just to see gains? Or can there be realistic gains by working in a time frame of 1 hour, which most guys have in a day.
Now, about plastic theory. Assuming the theory holds true to the penis and more importantly the ligs/tunica, is there a device/way that would keep tension on your dick after your finished stretching? To keep it in the state while you slept? Like a ADS, but this one keeps your ligs in the stretched tension state after you’ve already stretched so the ligs or whatever, so it doesn’t revert to its original state quite so fast. Following plastic theory of course.
Actually, this is somewhat tied into the first part of my post. If there was a way to determine maximum time efficiency to plastic deformation, this could be a big find. Then guys wouldn’t have to worry about whether their routines were working.
Sorry, if this thread isn’t very linear. It’s an abstract of thoughts/ideas I came up during PEing last night.