The inverse relation between length and girth
I’ve notice that when I do a high number of slow dry jelqs (200) my girth reduces slightly as my length increases. It’s not much of a change. It’s a difference in girth that doesn’t even show on the tape measure (I can only tell by grip) that balances with and increase of 1/4 - 1/2” in EL. I think the only way such an exchange can be avoided is to cement gains in one dimension and then work on the other. i.e. length first, then girth. Any thoughts?