Big Al, of MaleEnhancementCoach.com, answers questions about penis hanging, in this Ask the Experts article.
Q. I’ve been thinking of starting weight hanging…
…and would like to consider all options. What hanger do you think would be best to start with?
Big Al: Hanging offers excellent benefits- the tension is constant and can be kept up as long as is needed, and the work is “hands free”. The usual limitations will depend on your conditioning and in the type of device you use.
If you’re very new to hanging and on a budget, making your own device might be a good first step. You can view instructions for creating such a device- along with a training routine here: https://www.pegym.com/forums/penis-devices-forum/2821-make-penis-weight-hanger-routine.html
The more traditional hanging devices like the BIB can be used with good effects, but preparation and testing for using this device are a must. One has to adapt to the wear of the device, and even in the case of moderate weights extra padding is usually required.
There’s also the newer vacuum type devices like the LG Hanger (PEGym members save $10 by using coupon code PEGYM). This device not only bypasses the limitations of other hanging devices by eliminating constriction, but it can even foster greater glans size!
Do your research and give the above some thought before you make your purchase.
Q. Hi Al, I been hanging and I notice in my training…
…when I pick up the pace towards the end of the cycle with more time and weight I seem to lose steam. I don’t want to cut back on the reps, but my EQ starts to suffer. My first few weeks go really well though. I’m training on average 4 1/2 days a week. Please advise.
Big Al: Hanging more than 4 days a week can be wearing for someone unless they’re extremely conditioned. You might try reducing the frequency of your training as follows:
Weeks 1&2: 5 days a week
Weeks 3&4: 4.5 days per week
Weeks 5&6: 4 days per week
The gradual decrease in frequency should allow you to get more recovery time.