Thread: Tunica limits
- 10-06-2010 #1
- Join Date
- Jun 2009
Fibrous envelope is the tunica of course.
This has been discussed before, but I would like to reopen that discussion. Will doing advanced girth work do anything to the tunica? If the tunica is tight and constricting, and it doesn't give or stretch, what good does it do to work your CC's and CS? If the tunica refuses to give, couldn't working your CC's and CS cause problems as they fight to expand but the tunica doesn't let them? And heaven sake, what about those poor bastards that have two and three layers of the damn thing (I am convinced I have a three bagger!!). I have a very hard hitting girth program I am doing, and though I know my girth measurements are large already, I am not seeing the increases I would expect to get. People say doing girth work will also give you some length improvement, so I prefer to add length slowly through my girth program. However, just like my girth improvement has slowed down (I went into more advanced stuff for this very reason, and thought changing my routine up would spark new growth), I am seeing little or no length gain. What part does the septum play in this whole equation?
I should add that one exercise I have been doing for the sole purpose of loosening up my tunica is bundled LAS's. It seems to me that bundling your unit and then keeping it in that position (I sit on it for about 45 minutes when I do these bundled), should affect the tunica at least some. However, all of the above still applies to me.
Last edited by rbi99; 10-06-2010 at 01:43 PM.
- 10-06-2010 #2
I do agree with everything that you are saying. I think my tunica is hard to stretch, though I will not start doing only girth exercises until I reach my desired length goal. I will keep your informed by that time, I will go hard on the clamping and do as Big Girtha(Gyrta) on thunders said; clamp many times during the day.
FG: 4.25" +0.45
FL: 5.19" +0.69
EG: 4.75" +0.45
BPFSL: 7.69" +1.58
NBPEL: 7.25" +1.19
- 10-07-2010 #3
I think with a manual routine that light to moderate girth work can pre-fatigue the tunica a bit and actually help with length gains (.e.g. jelq before stretching). However, with high intensity exercises (e.g. clamping, I often see guys report they are not making length gains (but not always).
At least with hanging, I feel like hanging only is best.... just my opinion. (I'm also doing length first, girth second, although I very much want to gain on both measures).
- 10-07-2010 #4
- Join Date
- Jun 2009
Thanks for the replies, but if light girth work fatigues the tunica and can lead to length gains, I would think intense girth work would kick the shit out of it.
- 10-07-2010 #5
- Join Date
- Apr 2008
I have no doubt that the nature of the tunica varies considerably from individual to individual. As you pointed out, the number of fibrous layers varies and I suspect the composition of the tissue does as well. Different individuals actually have different proportions of different types of collagen fibers in other body parts and why should the penis be any different?
It seems pretty clear that some guys gain length more easily than girth and others are the other way around. Some guys have claimed to have done PE regularly for a year or more and gained nothing. I doubt that there is some formula that is going to work for all, or even most guys.
- 10-07-2010 #6
I do tunica tugs in each direction before I do any girth work. However, my routine is VERY light so the only girth work I attempt is flaccid bends and erect jelqs (for head size). The tunica tugs DO help me, my penis feels fuller and stronger after a full workout.
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