Penis Hanging Routine

penis hanging routinePenis hanging, for penis enlargement, is an advanced exercise. You should have several months of manual penis exercises or penis extender usage under your belt, before starting a penis hanging routine.

ALWAYS, ALWAYS start slowly with hanging!
Adding too much weight, too quickly will lead to injury

Even if you’re a long-time manual PE’er – START SLOWLY!
Hanging is different than any other penis exercise!

Penis Enlargement Hanging Routine Notes:

Some important notes:

  • Start With a Warm-Up – Every time you exercise, you need to warm up first. Check out some of the best warm ups here — Penis Warm-Up Methods: Heating Up Before Working Out
  • Start With a Small Amount of Weight – You should never, EVER feel pain when doing any penis exercise, including hanging. You may start with as little as just 1 or 2 pounds. You should NEVER start with more than 5 pounds, no matter how long you’ve been doing other penis exercises.
  • NEVER Hang with an Erect or Partially Erect Penis – NEVER.
  • Add Weight SLOWLY – Only add 1 to 2 pounds per week max. Adding too much weight, too quickly will lead to injury. Only add weight if you didn’t experience any negative PIs in the previous week.

Sample Penis Hanging Routine

  • 10 minutes Warm-Up
  • 15 minutes Hanging
  • 10 minutes Rest
  • 2 minutes Light Jelqing to restore blood flow to the penis
  • 20 minutes Hanging
  • 10 minutes Rest
  • 2 minutes Light Jelqing
  • 20 minutes Hanging
  • 10 minutes Rest
  • 2 minutes Light Jelqing

Repeat every other day, allowing one day of full rest between hanging sessions.

For each hanging set, feel free to change the hanging angle you are using.

For more hanging resources, check out these articles:

What Is Penis Hanging? How to Build a Bigger Penis with Weights

Beginning a Penis Hanging Routine

PENIS FATIGUE AND WEIGHT HANGING: Maximizing Your Weight Hanging Gains

Tunica Hanging and More on Penis Hanging Angles

Reaching Your Ultimate Penis Weight Hanging Goal

Other Penis Hanging Equipment Considerations

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