The Time Factor
The more I think about PE, and pore over so many genital anatomy charts, the more I’m convinced that PE should not take years – in theory. Furthermore, extended plateaus are surely a sign of improper training approaches. Building a bigger unit is not on the scale of building a Mr. Olympia physique.
Just look at the blood-holding spaces of the CC (“sinusoids”). In theory, if we could simply double each sinusoid, we should be able to double our girth (!) and nearly double our length (there would be a slight drop here as the glans is not constructed exactly like the CC/CS). Of course, I don’t think a 10- or 11-inch EG measurement is a goal of too many trainees – unless they’re prepared to completely renounce pussy for the rest of their lives.
So what’s the hold up? For girth, it’s clearly the tunica’s resistance to lateral expansion. For length, it’s the ligaments & the tunica’s resistance to longitudinal expansion. The toughness of these “uncooperative” tissues is obviously designed by Nature for a real purpose. The tunica provides firmness & form to our erections; the tough ligaments provide stability to our units – both of which are needed for successful copulation (and, therefore, propagation of the species).
We have to find a way to “soften up” those structures, at least short-term for our purposes, in order to allow the softer tissues (CC/CS) to be able to expand beyond their normal limits. This is the whole struggle of PE, in a nutshell. Furthermore, this “by-passing” of our present confines must be done very gradually. Obviously, we cannot affect a length gain immediately – that would result in the tearing, even severing, of those connective ligaments. Also, there are no immediate girth gains – or else we’d burst those inner tissues – also a catastrophic injury (don’t confuse a temporary bloated state with “immediate gains”).
It seems to me that we need to “coax” gains – and this is one of the reasons I no longer endorse Xtreme PE. I’m now thinking more along the lines of scheduled breaks, persistent application of damp heat, as well as sufficient systemic hydration & nutritional supplementation (including ginseng).
Also, I believe that low-intensity, “passive PE” might provide an excellent adjunct to our more traditional workouts. These would include approaches like the “Homedics Wrap” cinched around our base after a workout (or a clamp, of course). Or the “Petey’s Uncle Jim’s Strapping Method” (using an ACE bandage, in a completely flaccid state wrap your penis in a stretched position from base to tip. Keep it wrapped for 15-minute intervals and re-wrap to ensure proper circulation.) Even something as simple as the “Lazy Assed Stretch” would qualify.
If we’re on the correct approach, we shouldn’t suffer a meager ½” EL gain in 13 months – as I’ve recently endured. That translates into a horrid 1mm every 31 days – which is awful.