Why FSL gains are quicker then EL
This is just theory.
I have been ADS hanging with PEweights for several months now and my gains have been very satisfying as my wife can attribute to.
I have experienced the phenomena of FSL leading my EL all the time. If I can explain this, it works this way. The overall structure of the penis is static at any point in time. All things being in balance between the length of the ligament and corpus cavernosa. Let’s start there and see if the following makes sense.
If you take that structure and stretch it to the point that the ligament is longer then it was previously, you have an FSL change of length. That can be measured immediately. When that same structure is filled with blood, the original shape will still be the same because you effectively haven’t changed the soft tissue structure yet. The soft tissue structure can stretch lengthwise, but fills with blood laterally As the blood fills the existing cavities the pressure will still fill those cavities the same way and until new growth of tissue takes place the overall length would remain the same because the cavities are being filled outwardly. This gives us the hard aspect of an erection. Obviously there is pressure upon the length against the ligament but that pressure is mostly outward. As new tissue growth is accumulated the length of the penis will catch up to what would be allowed by the new ligament length.
Hence, EL will always be behind FSL. I too worried that I was gaining flaccid but not Erect until I saw the erect gaining also. So at this point give me those flaccid gains because that means more fun in the future for erect length.