Despite the title, this isn’t a thread about the maximum theoretical gains that a person can make; although that would be an interesting question as well.
This thread attempts to further this infant-science by determining the maximum gains (an average) a PEer is likely to see based on the PE efforts of many PEers before him.
I know that many PEers may start PE wishing to gain (for example) 3” of length and 1.5” of girth, but how many actually realize those gains? PE procrastination, depression and discouragement are all forces vying against these potential gains. It’s similar to a person starting a work-out routine at the gym. Only a portion of those that start will continue attending for any number of reasons.
This question will undoubtably have a much larger signifigance when PE hits the mainstream. As you may know, there apparently is a PE article written about DLD in an upcoming issue of GQ and it’s likely only a matter of time before we start seeing penis hangers, doctor assisted programs and other lagitimate products/services flooding the mainstream market.
So what do you think the maximum gains are? Why? What factors limit gains?
Any insight will be very useful for furthering the science known as PE.