Non-Linear means Long-Term gains
As seen here: EIM (Elasticity Index Meter) and other places, there’s a lot of good discussions on why newbie gains exist and how to defeat plateauing.
Isn’t the best way to long-term PE by using highly varied intervals of, say, one to two months long?
Whether the mysterious cock is composed of smooth muscle tissue or theories of plasticity are most effective for getting gains, isn’t it a safe bet, as a way to put theory into practice, to say a steadily-employed, yet highly varied program of conditioning will drive the dick to be more and more like a veiny Pepsi-sized bull?
That’s been my experience. There are a lot of really amazing theories and discussion on these forums and great workouts based on fundamental ideas and then advanced variants based on taste and penis style, basically (“Does your dick respond better to clamping, or do you enjoy long walks with the technologically-advanced Power Jelq device?”) I switch my routine at random intervals and have made steady gains. I stand moderately, yet reasonably, against the idea of working toward plateau. I think riding the wave of growth and shifting before it begins to plateau is optimal.
Example of non-linear routine switching:
(Ironically, this should not be employed by newbies with their supple virgin-like dicks, though it seems I can only post in the newbie forum. That said, I’m making no claim to the brilliance of my idea. Really, it’s pretty damn basic.)
Hang 5 lb or so for 30 minutes, sitting
3 sets of: 5 min Jelq, 10 min extreme Uli
Hang 8 lb for 30 minutes while, yes, that’s right, moving waist in a small circle to get that dick swinging in slow, wide circles.
15 minutes jelq
5 minutes of plumped bends
Etc. Whatever, etc.
So you see the program shifts toward more stretch-heavy one week, then more clamp-heavy the next, but keeping, ideally, all the tricks in the program that can be managed.
Maybe that will help someone get through those damn plateaus.