wad's Unified Theory - LOL!
Hey, I’m going to be hashing out a bunch of info here - hope it’s helpful. I’ll be spewing forth parts as I have time (if interest is maintained in the thread).
As a service to my fellow breathren of dick tuggers & squeezers, when it’s completed, I’ll make a PDF (after the final installment), and link it near the end of the thread for download.
To fall in love with one’s own theories comes with the greatest of ease. But it’s my intention to explore my theory of PE growth, not merely as a point of argumentation, but to consider how one might tailor a training regimen based upon the theory.
Furthermore, aspects of the theory might help to determine: (1) probable gains potential for the newbie, and (2) when a trainee might be nearing the end game, as opposed to merely encountering common plateaus.
I propose to state the theory, explain in detail the origins of the theory, consider a few diagnostics, employ a few case studies, examine as many ramifications of the theory as it practical and to consider how one might develop an optimal training program for PE – not limited to the theory, but rather taking all things into account, especially some methods/tips of what’s been most helpful to me.
PE gains are manifested by the gradual exhaustion of tissue elasticity within the penis. As those tissues are repeatedly subjected to tractional forces, both internally- and externally-invoked, the elasticity of those tissues is compromised by these stressors, inhibiting their ability to “return to normal.”
Accordingly, PE gains are not the result of “growth” – in the sense associated with hypertrophy – but rather they are the result of deformation (in the sense of stretching something “out of shape”).
The two immediate ramifications of this theory are:
(1) Unlike the gains that progressive-resistance training produces upon striated skeletal muscle (which require constant training to maintain), once new PE gains are cemented*, they are yours to keep. In other words, true deformation is permanent.
(2) As PE gains require tissue elasticity, upon which it feeds, the amount of gains potential in an individual trainee depends heavily upon the trainee’s genetic levels of penile elasticity. These levels vary greatly between individuals; indeed, even more than the variations between erect penis sizes.
* What does it really mean to “cement” a gain?
According to my theory, the process of “cementing” a gain is likely the result of true deformation – occurring incrementally, of course.
It’s quite possible that a suspected “new gain” could be the result of some residual tissue inflammation (following a long cycle of PE), or an unusually high state of arousal, or even a measuring anomaly. If the new measurement is able to be duplicated over time, then it is most likely a legitimate instance of deformation.
Another possibility is that when a new gain (i.e., tissue deformed to a visible increment) first presents, there may be a possibility of the tissue attempting to “return to normal.” Whether this might be thought of as “tissue memory” or is rather an instance of the organism attempting to restore homeostasis, I don’t know.
Or, there might possibly be “stages” through which even the smallest increment of deformation must pass. In other words, the tissues might attempt to reorient themselves at first – requiring subsequent workouts to solidify the deformation.
One other possibility (and I believe my own PE experience has shown this) is that there is always some “reverse creep” to your latest gain. In other words, you might have to go slightly beyond that gain to ensure that it is fully deformed. So, in theory, you will never cement your very last gain. (This suspicion has often been expressed by guys in the forum who state that they intend to go ¼” or more beyond their “goal” so that they can retain their goal size – in other words, “Goal + a little extra”).
In my own case, this “lag” or “play” amounted to about 1/8” in both length and girth. Despite the fact that I have not been active in PE since 2006, I’ve not lost more than 1/8” of either EL or EG in all this time.
(to be continued….)