Back after a long hiatus
I’ve decided to give PE a try once again. My most active PE years were 2010 and 2011, after that I’ve done some very sporadic PE in 2012, but nothing worth mentioning. In other words, I’ve had a 9 year break since my last gains.
Luckily, I’ve preserved probably close to 80% of my gains (2.5 cm of length gained, 2 cm preserved, 0.5 cm of girth gained, 0.3 cm preserved) so I have a much better starting point now.
With such a long break, I’ll approach PE as a complete newbie because if there was any tissue conditioning, it’s long gone now. I still have all of my previous PE exercises logged in spreadsheets and I’ll use that as a reference for my new endeavours.
I’ll start off with manual stretching, followed by V-stretching. This has worked well for me in the past so I’ll stick to what works. After I’m satisfied with my length (another 1-1.5 cm or so), I’ll focus on girth.
I think this will be a fun experiment, seeing how PE works after such a long break. I’m curious if it’s possible to get newbie gains again or at least something close to that.
If there are other people who returned to PE after a long break and made decent gains, I’d like to hear about your experience.
With that out of the way, I’d also like to know if there have been any major breakthroughs in PE world, especially in girth exercise department. Is there something new or is clamping still the bread and butter of girth exercises?