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I might have lost a step... and I want it back.

I might have lost a step... and I want it back.

I used to be a solid 7.25” nbpel (sometimes pushing 7.5”) but I’ve fallen to 7 - 7.125” which I just recently noticed. I need to get back into the game and hope this length will return. Three things seemed to work for me in the past: pumping followed by clamping (Neither one by themselves worked), edging, dry jelqing (only worked for girth). I’ve also noticed that some of these have worked only once and never gave me gains again. Do any of you guys have thoughts on all or any of this?

Use BP instead of NBP, you are chasing PE causes for losing length when it may just be a fat pad fluctuation. NBP is for ego, BP is for PE, track your gains more accurately by eliminating additional variables.

Originally Posted by andgrowing
I used to be a solid 7.25” nbpel (sometimes pushing 7.5”) but I’ve fallen to 7 - 7.125” which I just recently noticed. I need to get back into the game and hope this length will return. Three things seemed to work for me in the past: pumping followed by clamping (Neither one by themselves worked), edging, dry jelqing (only worked for girth). I’ve also noticed that some of these have worked only once and never gave me gains again. Do any of you guys have thoughts on all or any of this?

After gains went to a standstill, heated fulcrum hangs over a drum stick gave new gains. I would say do what you were doing before to get your old gains back.

Have you gained weight? TehDBare is right, the only way you are tracking the actual size of your dick is with your BP measurements. But you know this.


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Originally Posted by TehDBare
Use BP instead of NBP, you are chasing PE causes for losing length when it may just be a fat pad fluctuation. NBP is for ego, BP is for PE, track your gains more accurately by eliminating additional variables.

I appreciate the suggestion. It is definitely a good one, but I’m a bodybuilder and consistently walk around at about 8% body fat. Still, you are right, though. BP is a more accurate and consistent gauge measurement. An increase in water retention could lead to a fat pad fluctuation. Good thinking!

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