While I find these kind of posts very inspirational, they don’t help me as much as they could. Sorry if I seem ungrateful, I’m just pissed thinking that I may be spending alot of time doing something that wouldn’t work..
It may be impossible at this point in the state of the art to be as specific as you seem to be looking for; at least, until we start using torque wrenches to do our stretching and somebody puts some major money into research studies on the physiology of PE. Until someone figures out a way to make major money on determining whether you should heat your dick up to 104 or 108 degrees before you PE, I wouldn’t hold my breath on that one. If you require that degree of certitude, perhaps PE is not for you.
Is your concern that you are spending a lot of time, or that the time you are spending may not wind up to be effective? That comes back to the basic question of how do YOU know that what you’re doing is working, anyway?
There are some general, commonly agreed-upon concepts. For example, I haven’t heard anyone describing the Newbie Penis Enlargement Routine as either ineffective or dangerous.
Beyond that, I see Thunder’s Place as more like a grocery store than a brownie recipe. The shelves are well stocked, but what I find palatable and nutritious may not be to your tastes and needs. Once you get beyond the Newbie Routine, you take on more responsibility to track your penis’s condition, both subjectively and objectively (Physiologic Indicators (PIs) to help growth!), and correlate that to your routine. Patience, perseverence and consistency are your friends.
So pick your routine, monitor your unit’s condition and any improvements you see, and adjust accordingly. Lather, rinse, repeat.
If we’d knew for sure that following a certain routine, tailored specifically for us, would give us the elusive gains we seek, then I’m sure, many of us will find the time and the motivation to do it. :)
I’m not sure that is a realistic expectation. PE offers few guarantees. There are some who do everything perfectly and diligently and gain little or nothing. There are those who do everything wrong by most standards, do not get injured, and gain.
I don’t think that there is just ONE universal ‘certain routine’ that is going to work for everyone, once you make it past the Newbie Routine. If there WAS just one certain routine that would give us those elusive gains, wouldn’t we all be doing it?
The ‘tailored specifically for you’ part has to be DONE by you, since you are the only one who knows how your body is reacting to your routine. And that tailoring is dynamic, not static.
Last edited by Lampwick : 06-07-2007 at .