Why length before girth?
I’ve noticed it seems to be fairly well-accepted here that you should try to gain length before gaining girth. Can anyone explain the logic or science behind this to me? I’ve heard “it’s harder to stretch a thick rubber band than a thin one,” but I’m not so sure that is really how human physiology works. For example, it is actually easier to gain extreme flexibility in your leg muscles the stronger and bigger they are. This is because the body is less afraid of something ripping and will allow the fibers to stretch more. My personal experience with weight-lifting and stretching has borne this out for me.
So anyway, my point is I kind of want to work on length and girth simultaneously, but don’t want to sabotage myself if it really gets harder to gain length the more girth you have…. but I’m really kind of doubtful about that. What if increased girth lets your penis stretch longer because there’s more there to stretch and your body’s not as afraid of something ripping? Or what if (as I suspect) the two types of gain have little or no affect on one another? Have people who began with big girth really had more trouble gaining length than others? Has anybody gained girth first only to find that they can’t make length gains as a result?
So, I don’t mean to step on any toes, as I know this is a commonly-held theory… I’d just like to question it and see if anyone has a more physiology-based reasoning for this.
Began @ 6.25 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Now @ 7.00 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Goal: 8.0 NBPEL X 6.00 EG