This article explains the basics of the bundled stretch and its many functions. This article also informs the reader what previous experience is required to properly perform the bundled stretch and the many purposes for its use and reasons why the bundled stretch can be very effective in breaking plateaus. Hence, this article is an excellent way to help you break out of beginner penis exercising techniques.
Before Beginning the Bundled Stretch
Having difficulty with your gains? Or maybe you are gaining steadily and looking for a new exercise? Well either way, the bundled stretch could be exactly what you’re looking for! The bundled stretch may sound bizarre in name, but is actually one of the most intense manual stretches you can use to target the entire penis length and penis girth at the same time.
But be wary, this is for a person who has some penis enlargement experience under their belt! You should have at the very least 2 full months of penis stretching and exercising experience, before attempting the bundled stretch.
Now, you might be wondering “What is a bundled stretch?”; Simply put: you rotate your penis to “bundle” it up, and then proceed to stretch your penis as you normally would with a manual stretch. This places stress and tension on your tunica as well as your suspensory ligament of your penis while performing manual stretches.
What does the Bundled Stretch Do?
It was designed to specifically target the tunica and help deform and augment the tunica, hence causing tissue expansions of the penile shaft and thus gains in length and girth. Length gains for hard gainers come from the plastic deformation of the suspensory ligament. Performing the bundled stretch will stretch the tunica length-wise as well as girth-wise, by doing this, you increase the raw tissue mass of the tunica in all directions.
By performing the bundled stretch over a long period of time you will increase the tissue mass of the tunica through plastic deformation which allows the augmented tunica to hold more blood before reaching it’s limit upon a one-hundred percent erection.
How to Perform the Bundled Stretch
Performing the bundled stretch is quite simple. It’s very much like wringing out a wash-cloth, except your penis becomes the wash-cloth. You twist it a certain amount of rotations, or half rotations in one direction, perform the stretch, hold the stretch for the given amount of time (e.g. 30 seconds) and then repeat the bundled stretch technique in the other directions.
Step 1 Kegel
- some so your glans fills up with blood, and grab your penis with one hand so you can bundle.
- With that hand, twist your penis to the desired number of rotations that you are going to be stretching with. You are twisting your penis very similarly to how a corkscrew is,
- You don’t bend or push, just rotate it and maintain your grip.
- Secure a grip while bundled just under your glans as you would for any other stretch, and gently stretch your penis so that you feel resistance.
- This is an optional step in the bundled stretch, but you can make an upside-down “V” with your free hand, and then put the “V” at the base of your shaft and pull towards your body, so that your hands are pulling away from one another.
Bundled Stretch FAQs
What is the bundled stretch?
The bundled stretch is when you rotate your penis like a corkscrew and then stretch it like you would any other stretch.
How many rotations can I do?
If you’re just starting out with bundled stretching, then the safest thing to do is a half rotation. This would be when your frenulum is pointing up to the ceiling. This is the best way to start out safely with bundled stretches and will allow you to build up bundling stamina so you can achieve more rotations.
What does the bundled stretch isolate/work?
The bundled stretch isolates the tunica and stretches out the ligaments that are attached to the pubic bone. This way of stretching targets the shaft and tunica in an almost 3 dimensional fashion, stretching the entire penis in all directions. This is why it is not to be performed without completing a full 90 days of penis exercises.
Why do I not feel soreness in my legs after bundled stretching?
When you bundle and then stretch, just the action of bundling spreads the tension of whatever stretch you’re doing over a larger area at the base, but it is still working your penile suspensory ligaments.
Are there any other stretches I can perform while bundled?
Yes! You can do a whole host of other exercises while you are bundled! These include doing a bundled A-stretch going upwards or downwards, not to mention any sort of fulcrum, being any object placed next to shaft to create a directional stretch.