Girth-Progress prevents Length-Progress!? Got evidence for that ?(statistics)
Ok, it seems common sense that when you are focussing on lenght (like me) you should not have much girth or try to get some while going for it.
I mean, I understand what BIB and others say. The more tissiue you have to stretch the more difficult it gets.
But how much does girth really prevent length-gains?
When someone (with 5.0 girth) is gaining 1 inch in lenght and a different person (with 6.0 girth) gains only 0,8 inch in lenght I could live with that..
But since I want a real picture of the impact of girth on length and no subjective opinions my question is:
Are there any statistics which show a girth-lenght correlation?
(I know PE Database, but you can not get an overview about it there. Perhaps someone has >specially< analysed this theme before, since I could not find it through the search-option)