Why Do Men Who Sit At Their Jobs All Day Typically Have A Smaller Penis Than Men Who Don’t?

The question has been asked if there is a relation between men who sit at work all day and their penis size. Yes. There is a direct cause-and-effect relationship.

One of the most important things for men who are interested in penis enlargement (and those promoting such products) is to have a background in the physiological and biomechanical aspects of how the penis functions. While some things may seem unimportant and seemingly unnecessary for the enlargement process, by understanding such things we are able to get better results if we have knowledge of what we are working with.

Men who sit at a desk all day (or a similar job where they are sitting for long lengths of time) develop what is called an Anterior Pelvic Tilt. This means that if a man is standing in a neutral position and you observe his body from the side that the top of his pelvis will be shifted forward.

The Suspensory Ligament of the Penis is one of the main ligaments that men (through penis exercising) and surgeons (through surgical penile lengthening) target to lengthen. Because if one can lengthen this ligament then it will allow the penis to extend to greater lengths upon erection and, thus, lengthen the penis.

The penis is tethered to the Pubic Symphysis joint by this very ligament. (The Pubic Symphysis is located at the bottom front of your pelvis. Many times this joint splits apart (separates) when a woman gives birth to allow the baby an easier method of escaping the womb during birth).

If the musculature of the body is normally balanced the ilia will remain in a neutral position (with no forward or backward rotation) at its epicentral axis of the pelvis. If not, what happens? The pelvis tilts either forward (anterior) or backward (posterior) on its axis.

When the pelvis takes on an anterior tilt, what happens? The pubic symphysis rotates backwards (posterior).

Because the Suspensory Ligament is anchored to the pubic symphysis, this pushes the penis farther back from the pelvis.

Men and women who work at desk jobs typically have an anterior tilt to their pelvises. This is because the constant sitting in these positions creates muscle imbalances. One main culprit is the hamstrings. Hamstrings that are too tight usually indicates an anterior pelvic tilt (but not always).

This is why most men (not all) who sit at their jobs all day will present with a smaller penis than the exact same man who does not sit at his job all day. The easy remedy is to bring musculature balance back to your pelvic/leg muscles and to stretch out your hamstrings.

Georg von Neumann