Thunder's Place

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Average Gains and Starting Measurements

Time Frame

Is there a time frame to this study?

Is it possible to start a new thread that shows the comprehensive growth of individual members who have posted pics? If we did this kind of thing it would show true evidence the PE works and some urologist would even take note. Largely the urological community thinks theirs nothing anyone can do to enlarge their penis but that makes no sense to me because so many people here have claimed to have gains. Either they haven’t put the the time in to really understand PE or everyone here is lying. Seeing pics from individual members over a period of time is the best way to prove this works.


Dec 2015: EL=6.8

Feb 2016: EL=7.2 EG=5.3-5.5

Looking to make my dick as healthy as possible. Girth matters to me more than length.

Pics are fairly easily faked.

The only way to prove something like this in a medical sense is with proper research. The medical research that’s been done in this field is laughable and backed by device manufacturers with a vested interest. So who would pay for unbiased large scale research of something when there is no profit incentive?

It’s pretty easy to see why people might assume this is a cult, based on delusion or some kind of huckster situation. The correct sceptical approach would be to ignore this. Luckily for me, I reached this site when my scepticism was at a low ebb and proved it to myself.


Thunder's Place: increasing penis size one dick at a time.

In the gains graph it shows people who actually lost girth and length. What’s up with that? Any explanations?


Dec 2015: EL=6.8

Feb 2016: EL=7.2 EG=5.3-5.5

Looking to make my dick as healthy as possible. Girth matters to me more than length.

Like how did that happen? I can’t find a forum that talks about anyone loosing girth although I have a fear that happened to me


Dec 2015: EL=6.8

Feb 2016: EL=7.2 EG=5.3-5.5

Looking to make my dick as healthy as possible. Girth matters to me more than length.

If you gain size through doing PE, but don’t cement those gains, they will most likely be temporary. Some men report losing size due to aging.


:_pump: :donatecar

Originally Posted by clgp7
If you gain size through doing PE, but don’t cement those gains, they will most likely be temporary. Some men report losing size due to aging.

In addition to clgp7’s statement, think of PE like stretching your muscles. With continual stretching, you lengthen your muscles which make you limber. However, if you quit stretching, your muscles start to contract (stiffen up) and you lose a portion of your elasticity. How much you cement will depend upon your body.


Started: 01/01/2015 ~ BPEL: 7.2 inches. EG: 5.5 inches. [05/01/2015: BPEL: 7.6 X 5.5.] [08/06/2015: 7.75 X 5.5] Goal: Better EQ

All hard work brings a profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty. ~ Proverbs 14:23

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Amazing study!

I started with 6’8x5’5 and I hope to one day 7’5x7’1

Memento
Do not know if this is the right place. what have been your total earnings in the pe? have a thread of your personal progress?


Now>17cm(6.7")x14'1cm(5.5")

Lo primordial la funcionalidad y con suerte maximo grosor y solidez.No he de rendirme aunque caiga al andar.No Surrender

Originally Posted by Visual gains
So is this data saying that on average what any person can expect to achieve is approximately a half inch or so in length and a quarter to a half in in girth?

This data says that between the very first measurement and the largest measurement a user posted, the average change in length is a half inch and the average change in girth is a quarter inch. In a way, yes these are the average gains you can expect to see. This study includes, unfortunately, liars and bad measurers. But I have tried to cut those out with certain assumptions made.

Originally Posted by Notsoavgjoe
Is there a time frame to this study?

From the first day that Thundersplace opened its doors until the day I compiled the data. There is no time frame per individual. Some members have made their gains 10 years ago and not been back since. Others have just started. They were all compiled.

Originally Posted by TM1312
In the gains graph it shows people who actually lost girth and length. What’s up with that? Any explanations?

I have always assumed these decreases have come from injuries. Some people become overeager to workout their penis and injure themselves with exercises they weren’t ready for. Other members have included hat they felt it was due to aging or lack of gain solidification. The best thing I can tell you TM1312 is to be slow and steady on your PE journey. These members who reported decreased size or the vast minority, and you won’t be one of them if you remain responsible.


Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.

So If I am reading this post correctly, the average gain in length for all the Thunder guys is under an inch, or lets say an inch. After all the work, pumping, jelqing, stretching, clamping etc, the average is not more than over an inch. I hate to say it, but it doesn’t seem that wonderful. I myself have been pumping with a bath-mate, jelqing and stretching for a while now. Admittedly, I have not been as consistent as I’d like to be. But I have not really seen any gain. Am I fooling myself, wasting my time, risking injury for nothing? OK, I have to admit that these practices have aided in somewhat harder erections, but a lot of time and energy has to go into it. I really need to see some progress for the amount of work I put into it.

Originally Posted by HartyStraining
So If I am reading this post correctly, the average gain in length for all the Thunder guys is under an inch, or lets say an inch. After all the work, pumping, jelqing, stretching, clamping etc, the average is not more than over an inch. I hate to say it, but it doesn’t seem that wonderful. I myself have been pumping with a bath-mate, jelqing and stretching for a while now. Admittedly, I have not been as consistent as I’d like to be. But I have not really seen any gain. Am I fooling myself, wasting my time, risking injury for nothing? OK, I have to admit that these practices have aided in somewhat harder erections, but a lot of time and energy has to go into it. I really need to see some progress for the amount of work I put into it.

Those who do the work consistently get results.

You have to be honest with yourself about how much work you’ve done and make adjustments.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

Originally Posted by HartyStraining
So If I am reading this post correctly, the average gain in length for all the Thunder guys is under an inch, or lets say an inch. After all the work, pumping, jelqing, stretching, clamping etc, the average is not more than over an inch. I hate to say it, but it doesn’t seem that wonderful.

As A-unit has said, PE requires a lot of consistency. It requires dedication to a routine. Pumping every once in awhile with random stretching here and there won’t get you much if anything. Find a routine and stick to it. Many members here don’t have the dedication to stick with it unfortunately.


Best of luck to all fellow PE-ers in their journey.

Originally Posted by clgp7
If you gain size through doing PE, but don’t cement those gains, they will most likely be temporary. Some men report losing size due to aging.

I don’t think people actually lose size due to aging…but with age comes the potential for a lower EQ, which leads to things being shorter and thinner.


Current: BPEL 7.9"/NBPEL 6.75" MEG 5.2", BPFL 6.5"/NBPFL 5.5" FG 4.4"

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Realistic Goal: BPEL 8.5"/NBPEL 7.5" EG 5.5" | Optimistic: BPEL 9"/NBPEL 8" MEG 5.75" | Dream: BPEL 10"/NBPEL 9" MEG 6.5"

Would be nice, if you could do percentages with the data

Originally Posted by Phoenix7672
I don’t think people actually lose size due to aging…but with age comes the potential for a lower EQ, which leads to things being shorter and thinner.

Yep. I’m middle aged, and this is very true. Part of PE is just maximizing EQ, especially for us older chaps.

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