Interesting Post PE BPFSL Findings And Experiment.
At least I hope the following findings and experiments are interesting :)
After only the first five minutes of jelqing or stretching, I usually get a increase of 1/8th to 1/4” increase in
BPFSL. Further exercise or stretching does not increase this measurement over time. This length increase
remains for about 2.5 hours and is gone by 4 hours after PE. I believe this is what we call “elastic
deformation” caused by the mesh of component fibers temporarily aligning themselves in the direction of
tension (pull). I have been wondering if this is a trigger to the more permanent “plastic deformation” that
we seek, and how this information might be useful to the community.
After some experimentation, I have determined that the elastic response is not enough in itself to trigger
growth. After a month long break, I jelqed for 10 minutes a day for 4 weeks. I realized no gains in BPEL
over the 3 weeks but I did gain 3/8” in BPFSL by middle of the second week. After that, no gains were
For the next experiment I will try jelqing for six minutes (long enough to create the 1/8’ increase), then,
before it dissipates, repeat the process. I will try to do this for most of the day for a few days. (This
means jelqing every 2.5 hours for 6 minutes) My hope is that by keeping the elastic deformation “active”
for an extended period, this may cause “plastic deformation”. First I want to take a small break to ensure
any results or lack of are not a “carry over” from the last experiment.
Of course all this is my observation of my body. But I believe that we all see an elastic response within
the first few minutes (~3 to 6) of serious PE. Anyone care to confirm this with their experience?
Any thoughts on any of this?