Yes, there is a very significant mental component to PE (hence the quote in my signature, I made that up myself in HS when I was a nationally ranked track runner and trained with very high intensity) but on the contrary, you have to be careful you aren’t “lulling yourself into a false sense of security.” For example, some people visualize a certain measurement and finagle the ruler angles and what not until they get the tip of their dick where they want on the ruler. I firmly believe that this accounts for the majority of “newbie gains” reported here. I’m seen countless posts and threads where someone came on all excited in PE because they “gained” a half inch in their first few weeks only to find that further gains were slow or non-existent. Just remember to always be true to yourself in your PE career and everything else you do in life.
This is off-topic, but out of interest 8-Ball, did you ever do track in college(NCAA)? You see I’ve been offered full scholarships from Nebraska(NCAA D1), McNeese State University in Louisiana(NCAA D1) and Union College(NAIA) in Kentucky. Where would you recommend I go? I’m quite tempted by the warm Louisiana weather.
Thanks :) .