I have a strong belief that the potential for PE is a percentage of your existing size, based on the idea that each cell has a “stretch”/cell division potential
I havn’t seen the PCT approach on the data on the site (maybe I havn’t searched enough), therefore I would like to share.
Therefore I wanted to examine the data based on how much percentage people grew and what effort was needed.
This has resulted in the attached scatterplot.
Looking at the graph to me the results are:
~20% gain is doable with the right effort, but also a little luck (a lot of people in +1000 days with <20% increase)
~30% gain requires luck and/or effort.
It also compares with the clinical test of the extenders.. 20-30% gain in 6-12 months, after that it is diminishing returns (though probably you can get some results with the right effort).