Estimating gain potential per "hour" of LOT
I’ve gained a solid 3.5” of BPEL during my PE career. I started before the LOT theory was conceptualized, so like many I can only speculate as to my starting LOT. If I had to guesstimate, based on what I remember of my pre-pe erection angle and hang in general, I suspect it was around 10 o’clock.
Bib stated before that he suspects his LOT was high as well, and probably 50% of his gains were from LOT lowering to 7 o’clock. I suspect the same. So, using my gains as an example (which were less than Bib’s, but hey, I’m not done yet :) ), I developed the following hypothesis:
3.5” total BPEL gain x 50% (half gains from lowered LOT) = 1.75” of BPEL gain from lig stretch and “inner” penis expression.
Starting LOT of 10 o’clock, “ending” LOT of 7:30 o’clock, total number of “hours” LOT changed- 10-7.5= 2.5 hours of LOT.
1.75” BPEL gain from LOT divided by 2.5 hours of LOT= .7” of gain per hour of LOT change. Bib gained more (I think around 5”?) with a similar LOT change, so perhaps my estimations are conservative. Using 5” total gain gives you 1” for each hour of LOT decrease.
So, with my LOT now closer to 8:30, theoretically I could gain .7” by hitting my ligs and lowering it back to 7:30. Keep hitting ligs to 6:30, and I could gain 1.4”, again, theoretically. That would put me just at 10” BPEL.
On paper, this looks phenomenal. I’d like input on to why this theory is flawed, perhaps the potential for gain per hour of LOT decrease lessons the lower your LOT gets, I don’t know.
Has anyone lowered their LOT substantially and not had good gains?
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