I guess yes, those were just elastic gains that were achieved way too faster to give the viscoelastic properties of your TA to stabilize them. But of course there could be alternative or concurrent explanation: maybe your smooth muscles were expanded/strengthened so you could reach an higher level of erection, just to say.
Impossible. My erection level has been 100% due to clamping. It literally could not get better before I had even began pumping. If anything…it is possible that erection level went slightly down (if anything).
Viscoelastic properties of the TA time to stabilize the elastic gains? How does this fit into our wood sheets framework (from that excellent post)? How does this compare to STRETCH and TRUE GROWTH?
This is all quite contradictory, don’t you agree?
By the way, I am not meaning to be argumentative. I am simply frustrated with my own lack of knowledge of what the hell is going on in my penis.