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Hey, if the Peter Dick method works for you, good stuff! Go with what works!

But personally, I don’t know if I will ever try it. I guess I am a purist, but here is what I believe:

1. Stick with a set routine until you stop gaining
2. Keep meticulous notes
3. If/When you plateau, then switch to a new routine

I defnitely wouldn’t use this ever-changing method until I had a lot of experience, and was convinced what I was doing was making no gains for a few months.

Just my opinion, but like I said, if it works for you, great! Do whatever works for you!

Cdr.Blop


My Before and After pics -- .5" gain...

The Peter Dick method works great for me. I haven’t made any fast huge gains, but I have continued to make small gains every month. That of course adds up to fairly large gains over time.

The best thing is that after 8 months of PE, I still haven’t hit a plateau.

I’m a firm believer that constant change is the secret to continued gains.


:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

I change my routine a little every day, not drastically but I’ll add an exercise or drop one for that session and I’ve had pretty good luck so far. I hit a plateau a few months ago and added pumping and broke through and haven’t stopped since. I recently added a double clamping and having great luck with it also. I think the changes are very good for me at least.

Originally Posted by Peter Dick
A lot of guys have showed interest in the “Peter Dick method”.

There seems to be a little bit of confusion about exactly what I propose.
When you follow this method, it doesn’t mean that you should start pulling and bending your dick without any structure what so ever.

I still suggest that you follow an outlined routine, so you can track what works and what doesn’t.

The main points of the “Peter Dick method” are as follows,

1. Never do the some routine 2 days in a row.

2. Never give your dick a chance to adapt.

3. Always change the exercises you do.

4. Always change the amount of effort and time you spend doing an exercise.

5. Always change the intervals of your rest days.

6. Always keep your dick guessing what comes next.

By following these points, my dick is now 40% larger in volume in only 5 months.

Please feel free to post your results of following this method in this thread.
Good luck, and may all your big dick wishes come true. :)

Were you switching up your routine during the newbie routine period? Or did you start after the 3 months?


Re-Start 3.10.2011 - BPEL: 6.750" EG: 4.5" | Current 7.3.2011 - BPEL: 7.250" EG: 4.625" | Just made my first 1/2"!

My PE log - My Picture log

I think the Peter Dick method makes sense. Bodybuilders preach the same thing for building your other muscles. I’ve seen work-out programs that change the number of reps, sets, and rest on a frequent basis. The purpose of it was to continue to stress out your muscles.

Obviously, it takes a little more planning.

I would also say that frequent change is the best way to go for steady gains. If one wished to plan out to or three workouts and change them up during the course of their week would even be a good idea.I have read in fitness magazines were some bodybuilders will concentrate their workouts on a specific portion of a particular muscle like the chest. They would do all exercises that hit the lower pecs during one workout and the next do all exercises that hit the upper chest.This confuses the muscle and prevents it from ever adapting. I think length and girth workouts can be done the same way during the course of a training week to stimulate the penis in a different way than it is used to.

Regards,

I am starting this approach my self but I will only focus on length. The only thing I will mix up is intensity. No rest days, only low intensity days. Started a progress log so time will tell.

What if the greatest benefit of changing up routines is simply that you re-engage emotionally and intellectually?

I don’t know that all of the fitness magazine stuff is that transferable, even if it were all gospel- your dick ain’t a muscle like your biceps.

But I do know that when I get a new piece of gear, PE or training, I play with that bitch like a lunatic- both my mind and my heart are re-engaged and I move beyond my own laissez faire attitude.

The older I get, the more I believe that the mind [leading the heart] is the prime mover AND the prime limitation.

Just saying.

And just as an aside- PD, you ARE a big gainer! 54% volume increase in under a year is HUGE.
Congratulations.


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Originally Posted by WetMayo
Were you switching up your routine during the newbie routine period? Or did you start after the 3 months?

I started the Peter Dick method after about 2 1/2 months of the newbie routine.


:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

Originally Posted by commanderblop
Hey, if the Peter Dick method works for you, good stuff! Go with what works!

But personally, I don’t know if I will ever try it. I guess I am a purist, but here is what I believe:

1. Stick with a set routine until you stop gaining
2. Keep meticulous notes
3. If/When you plateau, then switch to a new routine

I defnitely wouldn’t use this ever-changing method until I had a lot of experience, and was convinced what I was doing was making no gains for a few months.

Just my opinion, but like I said, if it works for you, great! Do whatever works for you!

Cdr.Blop


I agree 100% here with the Commander. I’ve managed to gain for months with no change in weight. No breaks, and haven’t plateau’d yet. Variations are nice but I need the structure to keep me informed about what I’m doing and the ability to know what I can change to make difference. If you are shot gunning your exercises and you hit a plateau, what are you going to change? Your already changing all the time.

You know I think there are probably many out there that would like the shot gun approach but there are probably just as many that need the structure.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

Now 9X6 inch,was 6x4.5. 21/2 year later.Hard work??????

Originally Posted by Monty530
I agree 100% here with the Commander. I’ve managed to gain for months with no change in weight. No breaks, and haven’t plateau’d yet. Variations are nice but I need the structure to keep me informed about what I’m doing and the ability to know what I can change to make difference. If you are shot gunning your exercises and you hit a plateau, what are you going to change? Your already changing all the time.

You know I think there are probably many out there that would like the shot gun approach but there are probably just as many that need the structure.

I don’t know where you get the shot gun approach from. All my PE workouts are carefully planned.
I also log every workout, so I can track everything.

The Peter Dick method is like going to the gym for a workout. You don’t just start lifting and pulling
at whatever is close to you. You follow a workout program.

It’s great that you haven’t hit a plateau yet. Most guys here at Thunders are not as fortunate as you.
It’s for these guys I started this thread. If you think about how the body works and how fast it can
adapt, I’m sure you can see where my method is making sense.


:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

Question for you Peter,

what if my erection quality (see my thread for details) limits my repetoir of exercises (ex. I have to be clamped every time to have a significant erection for exercises), do you think that your method is successful if I just rotate between uli, jelqes, and bends (I manually stretch before putting on the clamp).

BT79

BT, I just read all your threads, and I’m pretty sure I can help you achieve your girth goal based on the information you have given me so far.

To answer your question from this thread first: Yes, you can definitely benefit from doing
the Peter Dick method. Change your exercises and the amount of time and intensity every day
so that your dick never adapts.

As far as erection quality is concerned, I would recommend either watching porn or using a little
Viagra or Cialis. Remember that you have to expand your dick beyond it’s normal girth in order for
it to grow. The reason you haven’t seen the girth gains you are looking for is simply because of
your too low expansion level.

For example, during my last set of clamping my dick is 7.25” EG mid shaft. That’s an
expansion of 0.75” from a normal hard erection.

I would suggest that you use 2 clamps as close to the pubic bone as you can, and while clamped
I recommend that you do squeezes and bends to expand your dick.

This is NOT FOR NEWBIES.
If you have not followed a regular PE schedule for at least 4 or 5 months and have
conditioned your dick properly, DO NOT TRY THIS.


:buttrock: The Peter Dick method :buttrock:

Then, BPEL:7.500"x5.500"

Now, BPEL:8.375"X6.750"

This theory seems logical, but is there anyway to prove that it works?

Would EVERYONE who changes up their routine daily/ ever second day like to comment? I ask because I would like to incorporate this technique, but I feel like it may be so much hassle and work, I just need more proof before turning my routine on its head.


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