Looking for big length gains
I am a new member to this forum and find it quite interesting. I am also new to the PE scene. I was skeptical about prior claims, until coming to this site. Some of the members have impressive length gains through dedicated workout routines. I’m sure a lot of people (myself included) cannot conduct the workout regimen due to their job and their workplace setting. I came across the Danish web site that sells the jes-extender. It is a traction device (spring activated) that can be worn inconspicuously beneath baggy clothing. Therefore allowing people to wear it to work. Is anyone currently using this device? The long wearing times (min 12 hours), I think, would surely yield some impressive results if worn on a daily basis for 12 to 16 months. The manufacture claims clinical tests showed the average patient in the test group gained 1.9 mm per week once maximum tractive force was achieved. (The clinical test ran for 24 weeks). Maximum tractive force was achieved starting week three. That works out to be 95 mm per year, (1.9mm per/wk X 50weeks = 95mm). Divide 95mm by 25.4mm and you come up with 3.74 inches per year. Pretty impressive. Once again that is based on wearing the device everyday for a minimum of 12 hours at a time.
I have a Power Jelq device on order and plan to start my PE program upon its arrival.
Initially my goal was to achieve 9 inch bone pressed erect length and a 7 inch girth. But after visiting this site and reading DLD and Bibs achievements in length I am wondering if I could break the 10 inch barrier and end up in the range of 7.5 to 8 inch girth? I would try to achieve these results with a combination of hand exercises the power jelq and the jes-extender. I would like to achieve the 9X7 by the end of Dec. 2003. Break the 10X 7.5inch range by August 2004. These dates are assuming a March 1, 2003 start date.
My current stats:
Height: 6ft 4in
Weight: 182 lbs.
BPE: 6.75 inches
Erect Girth: 5.875
What to you experienced PE people think of my goals based on my current stats and methods of achieving them? Any suggestions or directions are greatly appreciated.