By Richard R. Howard II, Dr.PH, MS, MPH

One of the most frequent questions I get asked in PE, which you can probably guess is how big can I get and how long will it take. Because each person is different in terms of the genetic potential, their enthusiasm, there learning habits, available time this can vary.

The best that I can give is a generalization, a composite picture of the possibilities, given current technology. We at LG Hanger are constantly experimenting with new designs and redesigned protocols of time durations, weight intensity, and innovative positions to push the limits of possibilities. As in every field, limits are constantly pushed. Take for example bodybuilding equipment, today compared to years ago; current equipment can cause much more muscularity because of their design and efficiency than their counterparts some years ago. As we progress with new PE design products the same will be true. In bodybuilding, I remember once to break the 20 inch bicep was a record, now a 20 inch bicep while not frowned on, is not necessarily a big deal.

So let’s get to the point, given the traction devices such as the LG Hanger, Bib Hanger, computer-generated vacuum pumps and so on, one can expect a range of 1 to 3+ inches in length and almost that in girth. As a very rough rule of thumb I will indicate that one can expect to gain on average 1 inch a year, though I have known some to gain a little less and some to gain a good bit more. So in general are looking at several years for multiple inch gains. I tell prospective student that through optimum workouts the current upper limit of expectation would be to multiply the current size penis (pre-PE) by 1.6 and this will give you an approximation of the upper generic possibilities at this time. As stated I’m working on new technology and new methodology that I think in the near future will cause significant breakthroughs and I think adding 4 to 5 inches in length will be reasonable and accessible.

In conclusion, we at LG Hanger are striving for innovations, and constantly reflecting on possibilities. We have the technical capacity in terms of machinery and equipment to build almost anything that we can conceive. I feel in the near future a young man can go from average size to 9 to 10 inches in length and 7 inches in girth; this will be a reasonable expectation for the dedicated student. The sky’s the limit, and one must look to the stars.

Brief Biography of Dr. Richard R. Howard II

Areas of expertise is Health and Fitness Advisor, Researcher, and Financier (Stock Market, Real Estate). Degrees earned are B.B.A., Loyola University, New Orleans; M.P.H., M.S., Dr. P.H. Tulane University, New Orleans. Researcher Organic Chemistry Loyola University, Educator Dominican College, New Orleans; researcher Biochemistry Tulane University School of Medicine 1978-88; health and fitness advisor Howard Medical Clinic 1978-1990. Author, Vitamin C and Ophthalmic Wound Healing 1988 (Doctoral Dissertation) and other research papers. Veterans Administration grantee 1984; Member of Tri Beta National Biological Honor Society; Biography listed in Marquis Who’s Who in America 1992-present and Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 1992-present, and Who’s Who in Finance and Industry 1994-present. I am a student of health and wholeness, the stock market and economic trends, and PE- great passions. Dr. Howard is currently the head of and the co-inventor of the LG Hanger. One of his favorite quotes is: We are only limited by our imagination. Nothing ventured nothing gained. All things are possible through faith.