>”If tissues in the lips, ears etc,…can be forced to grow,.and so can skelatal bone,….then why would penile tissue be the exception?”
I never said that penile tissue cannot be enlarged (my penis is 2/3 bigger than when I began PE), I just said that hypertrophy is not a phenomenon associated with PE.
>”If the only results people have got is by stretching ligaments,..then the people who have made gains would just have long thin penises,..but we know that there is usually a proportionate increase in size with the people who have grown.”
I never said the “only results people have got is by stretching ligaments.” If you read my post you would’ve seen that I listed ligament stretching as only 1 of 3 methods (the other two were tunica stretching & CC/CS enlargement). Again, by stretching the tunica, you would get both length & girth gains - the same holds true for CC/CS enlargement….so the penis would not be getting skinnier.
>”You mentioned various exercises above,..but obviously they just didn't pop up by magic….Some of those exercises were thought out and discussed on this forum. People will throw out exercises that don't work and keep the ones that are said to work. There's science behind why some exercises work, and others don't…They don't just sorta happen.”
No, these exercises are not the result of magic; however, they are also not the result of parallel gym exercises. Stretching is….well…..stretching. That didn’t take a great amount of imagination. And the other exercises are compressive.
Impaction/Compression: Jelqs, Ulis, Hold, Horse440’s, etc.
Traction/Elongation: Stretches, A-Stretch, Blasters, etc.
There it is. Furthermore, the frequency of PE workouts is totally opposite of gym workouts. Guys might start out PE’ing 3 or 4 days per week, work up to 5, even 6 days. DLD PEs 7 days per week.
Try that with weight training & see what you get. In fact, as you get much bigger & stronger in the gym, you need more & more recovery time. World Class powerlifters - like legends Ed Coan, Bill Kazmaier, Mike Bridges, etc. - eventually trained the “Big 3” only once per week. And some did the deadlift heavy only once per 10-14 days. That’s what happens when you’re squatting 880-1,000 lbs, benching 600-700 lbs, etc.
But try PE’ing once per week & see what you get. The same with forced reps or negatives….none of that stuff applies to PE, none of it.
Again, my original point: PE has nothing to do with traditional muscle training or hypertrophy, it is a different animal altogether.