All this concern about measuring, why? It’s a critical metric. When I jelq and clamp the tailor tape and ruler are in close proximity, why? Not because I am looking for gains in the typical sense of gains. Because I am looking for subtle nuances of expansion as measured against time, compared to previous history. This is a method of gaining perspective of the effectiveness of a routine while actually performing it. The measurement might not change tomorrow or the next day, but the hope is to see maybe 0.0625” expansion greater come that second set, or maybe that third set. Will this be progress you see post exercise, probably not, but it is a great indication of progress that could be easily missed.
PE is a time commitment, why not use every tool to our advantage? If no gains in expansion are being measured given a consistent workout routine, maybe there is reason for concern there? Maybe an adjustment is required.
I believe the tailor tape and the ruler have a very practical place in every workout.
The baby is thrown out with the bath water when we put them in the closet out of fear that our dicks don’t become mastodons after two months of intense PE.
Use the tailor tape and ruler to your advantage, have no fear. Remember, there never were any fast answers when it comes to PE.
Maybe, maybe not…the floor is open.
Once upon a time (2015): 6.40” x 4.50”
Today: 7.25” x 5.00”, Thunder Cocks Unite!