To answer UpTo7 and M_E questions to me:
I can’t explain this, nor can I explain any of the gains that happen in some men with PE.
I can explain it, can and have;
Once a man passes adolescence it becomes almost impossible to add muscle without taking steroids or otherwise increasing their natural testosterone/hgh levels, however when a man begins working out at a later age he will get bigger muscles almost immediately even though he shouldn’t be able to grow but a very small amount of muscle anymore
Why is that? Did he gain muscles at that late age even though bio-metrics indicate he shouldn’t be able to?
The answer is, he didn’t grow new muscle, he took his muscle and tissue out of the mild state of atrophy that everyone who doesn’t work out experiences
That’s the analogy, none of our tissue is to it’s maximum length/width/pliability unless we are working at it for that limb
Using those same principles we can easily explain most gains, especially those “newb” gains as not really physical gains other then bringing the tissue to it’s maximum state
This is why most people gain but about an inch or so and then it seems to slow down to unperceptive increases.
I suspect those who can’t gain have simply been at their near maximum from the start
Now, I gained an inch in a very short period of time, I haven’t gained anything since
Does this mean I am going to stop?
No, I still have hopes there are improvements beyond this plateu that can be had over time.