Penis Enlargement: A Test of Endurance
Miracles never happen over night. It takes time and patience to make something good in your life and penis enlargement is not an exception. A lot of men get on the program without a very good idea of what's involved, in terms of persistence and personal effort and then quit when they understand that gains come at the pace the body sets, not the one they'd like to see. This is usually the point where many quit the penis enlargement program. This is why penis enlargement can be seen as a test of endurance for any man. The basic idea is to stick to the program, with as few interruptions as possible, until you are satisfied with the results. It doesn't matter whether you're using penis enlargement exercises or a traction device, because persistence and willpower is required in both cases just to go through the motions every time. It's true, however, that men who choose traction devices have an easier time on the program because all they have to do is to strap on the device and let it do its job. Penis enlargement can get tedious in time and that's a fact. How many times can you perform a routine before you start getting bored? Even the fact that you're doing it for your own good doesn't help too much in the long run. It's up to you to find ways of motivating yourself in the long run because you know better what makes you tick. Again, users of traction devices are likely to do better because they can do anything while wearing the device: watching TV, doing chores, working. Men who went for exercises can try to stay motivated by frequently changing the supply of porn magazines used to achieve erections during workout sessions. But endurance tests are meant to be won. The most important thing is to stay focused and motivated even if the whole thing takes weeks or months to get it done. Even if the road seems long and the gains don't seem to come as fast as you'd like, there's no reason to despair and quit the program because you will achieve your goals in the end. It might take you one or two weeks beyond what you originally thought, but that's not much in the end. The goal always makes the effort worth it, so it's better to simply focus on all the good things that you can do once the program is over.
Article written by: David B.