Just a clarification on my last post. It could seem that I inverted things: with weigth-training, we want to make our muscle stronger, when with PE we want to make our penis weaker, so it can start a new grow-phase.
But, if I’m not confusing, what pudendum is exposing means that connective tissue become stronger while become bigger, because the only way it have to adapt to a stretching tension is producing new cells/fibers. So, saying “I have to take a decon break to weakening my penis and gaining again” makes no sense - if the penis get weaker, it get shorter/thiner.
It should be more logic that those who have no more results, despite the high tension, are experiencing an accumulation of tears in their penis that can’t no more heal/adapt; so, maybe, fibrotic tissue :it can’t grow, so the need of deconditioning. I.e., the phenomenon is similar to extreme overtraing, were we can have so much accumulation of trauma that a torn tendon or similar events could happen. The difference is that, fortunately, the tunica is so strong that is practically impossible that could be teared by longitudinal stretching, even with extreme hig tension.
I’ve read also, sometimes, that those who tried too aggressive PE (high tension) had a curved penis: here, the analogy with Peyronie’s Disease seem to be not casual.
A final note: I have some difficult to understand how the jelqs are so effective for PE; it’s hard to put jelqs on the two kind of stress that are discussed in the first post of this thread: they cause trauma via high tension like hanging/stretching? Jelq are short, and the force exerted is by far lower than with stretch. Maybe the enlarged -girth state weak the tunica, so it’s easily deformed longitudinally? If so, the “girth gains VS. length gain” theory should be a fallacie. And clamping before stretching should be the way to go.
Or maybe I’m tired and my mind is confused; it’s time to go bed :) .