PE intensity gauge theory
I have a theory that I would like to share.
I am one of those charting and plotting mechanical engineers so I tend to anally log and chart data on many things including PE.
I have tracked my PE techniques and data since October 2002. I have noticed a strong correlation between night erections and PE growth rate.
What might this mean? My data suggests that the night erection process is vital to the recovery process that leads to maximum gains over a given period. Of course there are other things that you do that are vital to maximizing your PE gains, one of these being a diet that will allow tissue repair.
So what does this mean to the consumer? Well, my approach is to look at the whole process from the 30,000 foot level and make nice easy adjustments to my routine that still allows decent night erections. When your night erections go away, you might be over-training the unit a bit and I would suggest a day off and then a slight adjustment to your routine.
I would also suggest that doing your PE routine earlier in the day is better for this reason so that you do not stymie this most important night erection process. Of course if your penis can take later workouts and still produce night erections then you are still in fat city as far as I am concerned.
If I can still easily get an erection 5-6 hours after my PE session then I raise the intensity of my routine. And yes, I do a periodic erection check just for this purpose so that I can tweak my routine and get maximum gains. I certainly don’t want to be wasting my time by either over or under training my unit.
I have never lived this long before. - Dash