Why not progressive overload in PE?
I´ve read (I´ve posted some too…) PE-related posts here and at the PEforum for about two years now but despite all the insightful, well researched and plain great posts, there are still one thing I can´t understand. Here it is:
When it comes to PEing, is there no such thing as progressive overload in the bodybuilding sense of the word? What I´m talking about here is something like this: Say you have a routine of stretching your member. The longest it get in stretched out state is X. Now, according to progressive overload, the next workout, you´d try to stretch it just a little, tiny bit beyond X, your former max stretch. The same would go for jelqing I guess: Your member has a max mass and you´d want to get a little tiny bit beyond that max mass in you next workout, then in the next workout, you´d try to go beyond the new max mass and so on.
Now, it´s obvious that there is a correlation between time/effort and results - just look at Bib or DLD (or just read that great thread Hobby started). It also seems clear that you DON`T need to push your member beyond it´s limits length- and masswise at every workout.
My modest question is just: Why? Why shouldn´t we in every workout go for stretching/jelqing Willie a little longer/fuller than the last workout? Apart from the enhanced risk for injury, what´s wrong (in theory and practise) with progressive overload in PE?