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Protein, Protein... PROTEIN

I’ve been kind of searching and reading up on this topic.
I’m sure it’s been covered MANY times, but I thought I would bring it back up for discussion.
Basically what I see is common sense,
Your unit is made up of muscles and tissue’s, And what do these feed off of?
PROTEIN.
For all you body builders out there, What is the one most vital mineral to help with muscle strength, size, and health?
PROTEIN.
I’m going to do a 2 week trial of my theory here.
After EVERY PE session I’m going to drink a protein shake.
Here is my “modified” newbie routine I’m going to try.

5 Minute Heat Wrap. (Warm Up)
5 Minute Manual Stretch.
10 Minute Jelq Session.
5 Minute Heat Wrap. (Warm Down)
15 Minute Edging Session (Get as much blood as you can to your unit)
Drink Protein Shake. (Minimum of 50g of Protein)

If anyone has any input, any changes they think I should make, or even just an opinion (Preferably compliments ;-) ) Please be welcome to post it.
Thanks guys.
Enjoy.


Starting Stats: (Aug.3/07) // Flaccid: 4.5" / NBPEL: 7" (From Top) 7.5" (From Side) | Loosing 0.5" From Curve In Unit. / EG: 4.5"

Goal: // Flaccid: 5.5" / NBPEL: 8" (From Top) / EG: 5.5"-6" / Work out my curve. (Gain 0.5" from working out curve)

Protein is definitely the building block for growing and repairing tissue, but there is no muscle in your cock.

What about the BC muscle, it’s not in it.

But right below, and controls ejaculation and blood flow to the penis.

And tissue’s require protein to grow and repair aswell.

I’m not saying it’s a perfect plan.

Thats why I’m trying it out.


Starting Stats: (Aug.3/07) // Flaccid: 4.5" / NBPEL: 7" (From Top) 7.5" (From Side) | Loosing 0.5" From Curve In Unit. / EG: 4.5"

Goal: // Flaccid: 5.5" / NBPEL: 8" (From Top) / EG: 5.5"-6" / Work out my curve. (Gain 0.5" from working out curve)

Although there are no muscles in your cock, and PE doesn’t work by building the BC muscle, protein is the building block of all human tissue. Therefoe, having a proper amount of complete proteins fr the body to use would be important for PE.

In relation to working out and PE, It doesn’t matter how much protein you eat if you aren’t doing the exercises with the right intensity. You’re not going to be buff lifting 5lbs. Weights, period. That’s one of the most important elements of gaining in both worlds.

Too much protein may cause cancer - be wary.


Going for 6 inches of girth, wish me luck.

Was that a serious post?


Starting Stats: (Aug.3/07) // Flaccid: 4.5" / NBPEL: 7" (From Top) 7.5" (From Side) | Loosing 0.5" From Curve In Unit. / EG: 4.5"

Goal: // Flaccid: 5.5" / NBPEL: 8" (From Top) / EG: 5.5"-6" / Work out my curve. (Gain 0.5" from working out curve)

I’ve read that the ligaments found at the base of the cock are part collagenous tissue part muscle tissue. When stress is placed against the ligaments the muscle contracts a little. One reason to be completely relaxed when stretching. Protein would help with repair and would have added benefits if you lifted weights.

We will see how it works.

I’ll measure on sept.03 it will have been one month of PE, 2 weeks without protein. 2 weeks with


Starting Stats: (Aug.3/07) // Flaccid: 4.5" / NBPEL: 7" (From Top) 7.5" (From Side) | Loosing 0.5" From Curve In Unit. / EG: 4.5"

Goal: // Flaccid: 5.5" / NBPEL: 8" (From Top) / EG: 5.5"-6" / Work out my curve. (Gain 0.5" from working out curve)

I don’t know about the cancer thing, but I do think too much protein will cause kidney problems.


[5/22/07 - BPEL( 7.875) - NBPEL ( 7.1875) - EG (4.75)] [8/22/07 - BPEL( 8.0) - NBPEL ( 7.5) - EG (4.875)]

[12/22/07 - BPEL( 8.1875) - NBPEL ( 7.625) - EG (4.875)] [4/22/08 - BPEL( 8.357) - NBPEL ( 7.75) - EG (5)]

Goal: To gain that evasive girth I so desperately need.

Yes, it was most definitely serious.

http://ezinearticles.com/?Warning:-Excess-Protein-is-Hazardous-to-Your-Health-and-Fitness!&id=191820


Going for 6 inches of girth, wish me luck.

Good lord. What DOESN’T cause cancer?


Measurements as of June 29, 2005 eg: 6 inch bpel: 7.2 inch nbpel: 6.3 inch My Goal eg: 7 inch bpel: 8.9 inch nbpel: 8 inch Have A Nice Day! :)

Originally Posted by ShaggyDog

Good lord. What DOESN’T cause cancer?

Cancer. :)


Starting size: (April 1 2007) 5.95" BPEL x 4.65" EG. | Progress Thread (plus pics)

Now: (August 20 2007) 6.6" BPEL x 4.81" EG. Half way towards my goal! | Current Stats

Short term goal: (3-4 months) 6.8" BPEL, 5.0" EG.. Long term goal (1+ yr): 7.5" BPEL, 5.5" EG.

I rather doubt that your body will be in need of 50g of protein after a PE workout right away unless you are combining it with wind sprints or deadlifts or squats or something. Rather than get “gimmicky” with the shake idea, simply insure that you are eating correctly all of the time. Remember your body is constantly rebuilding and reparing itself. So if you have one decent thing in a day, what about the rest of the day? Focus on eating well at all of your meals and snacks to test or use the idea that protein can help PE gains.


UberGoober

6-22-08: 7.5' BPEL, 7' NBPEL, 7.75' BPSFL, 5.25' EG

Goals: 8' NBPEL, 6' EG, 21' NBPSFL

Well, if you’re going to eat 50 grams of protein after, why not really make this experiment work and try to take them with high glycemic carbs. Having a post workout drink, or actually, a pre workout drink is supposed to increase recovery in exercise. In fact, pre workout and during workout drinks are recommended to bodybuilders all the time now to increase recovery. I’m just saying, if you’re going to do this, do what’s considered to be the latest in nutrition science.

BTW, branch chain amino acids (BCAA’s) are supposed to be excellent, as well. Some shakes have these included. Oh, and I just thought of liquid egg whites, they don’t taste like anything and that’s really fast protein, too.

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