Why measuring often
I have always been in favor of measuring improvements, in every accomplishment, often. I do it when I try to loose weight, I do it when I try to run faster, and I do it when I PE.
The main and most important reason is that you sometimes have bad days, and you would hate if one of these bad days occurred on your measuring day IF you only measured every month. If you on the other hand measure every day, then a few bad days won’t matter since I will in a matter of days see the real result.
Say that you decide on measure your PE progress once a month and on your measuring day you have a really bad penis day (Hell, I even noticed stats lower than my starting stat on bad days). If you are a man of principles, it will take another month until you measure again and would see the true results. If you hadn’t given up already.
The other guy decides to measure daily. He see nice and consistent results. He get a bad penis day or two, and see the results dropping dramatically but he does not despair because he looks at his old stats and know that these days comes and go, and within a few days the measurements give the right results again.
When it comes to PE, there is actually another very important reason. Measuring your penis isn’t a very exact science, the results may vary a few mm just by the way you measure. Standing up, sitting, where to hold the ruler, how hard do you stretch, where do you hold when stretching BPFS.
When measuring often, you get a good measuring routine and you remember how to measure and immediately spot gains, while if you measure too seldom you don’t have that routine and even if you see gains you will start to doubt that you actually measured exactly the same way as last time. Didn’t I stretch a bit harder today? Wasn’t I standing up last time? Did I use a string or a measuring tape last time? Was it an elastic string?
And finally when measuring often you can make nice graphics of the normal variations in penis size and perhaps even be the first to do your PhD in Penis Size Variation Study over Time for a Single Individual :-)