How do PE exercises make your penis grow?   1 comment

When you exercise your body you stretch tissues and ligaments, and blood circulation increases.  Circulation is the key to a successful workout; blood removes carbon dioxide from the exercised tissues and expels it through the lungs.  The lungs take in fresh oxygen which the blood transports back to the worked areas.  Not only oxygen but also the nutrients needed for the production of new cells.  This, albeit very basic, is how bodybuilders achieve their results.

If penis enlargement is so different from body building, how can it be achieved even though it is not a muscle?  As the penis doesn’t have muscles to work out you have to provide that missing link – with your hands!  But doesn’t having an erection provide that stretch?  No.  Not even by masturbation?  No, again.  Think about it: if your penis stretched some more every time you had an erection, how long do you think it would be today?!

Body tissue stretched just a little bit more than its natural elasticity will create avulsions.  An avulsion is a microscopic tear.  At cellular level, it means the body will call up the necessary building blocks to create new cells at that point.  As I said before, these building blocks are delivered by the blood.  Continue the exercises on a regular basis and the new cells create not only flesh but blood vessels and all the other tissues essential for a working torso.  So far it is no different to the bodybuilder.

Now you can understand why, through stretching, new cells are grown and that this makes it possible to target a specific area and expect to see it grow….. (you must) reach an understanding of what you are about to do.

[Extract, pages 6/7, from ‘How to Maximize Your Manhood’

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  1. Welcome to you both. And look forward to hearing from you, with whatever aspect interests you.
    Clive

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