Thread: Ride the Fatigue?
- 03-08-2012 #1
I've got a question guys. After I have an intense workout my penis gets kind of achy.. Not sore/painful in any way but just achy and very fatigued. When this happens and i can feel an ache down there it worries me sometimes because I know that no pain is good. But also whenever I get this feeling and I check my flaccid, it's hanging bigger than when it feels normal.
I've heard the phrase "Ride the Fatigue" thrown around (I think Bib first said this) and I was wondering what you guys think about this? Is a little bit of ache a good thing? Or is it really better to not have any discomfort down there? Honestly I think that a very slight ache might be a good indicator that your intensity was good enough during that workout.
- 03-08-2012 #2
- Join Date
- Oct 2011
I often feel a little ache after hanging but definitely no sharp pain. I can also feel a soreness in my ligs I consider this a good indicator that I have had a successful hanging session. If I cannot hang the following day due to the fatigue then I have over done it. My soreness is felt on the inside of my penis and I'm pretty sure it is tunica fatigue, but if you are feeling it on the outside it can be skin irritation or swelling which is not a good thing.
- 03-08-2012 #3
No I don't mean skin irritation. So maybe the key is finding the right intensity so that you feel the ache for a couple hours but not so intense that it lasts too long?
- 03-08-2012 #4
Looks like you've found "the sweet spot"...
By your description, what you feel are signs that you have induced controlled damage(which is what you want)....
Your bigger flaccid is part of the deal(enjoy!)....remember to manually stretch throughout the day(I do every time I pee)...
You aught to repeat your routine for 2-3 months,,then, take 2 days off(measuring on the second day)
You'll probably wind up with a big grin on your face.Lurked since 2010
start ----> 6" BPEL 2010
current -> 8-1/2" BPEL 2013
Goal ----> 9" BPEL 20??
Done with hanging...
- 03-09-2012 #5
- Join Date
- Dec 2011
"Ride the fatigue" basically means once you have to reduce the weight you are hanging that day in order to continue hanging, you maintain the fatigue by continuing to hang as much as possible that week, with the highest weight you can hang each set only reducing when you need to in order to hang the next set. Hanging daily if possible. Keeping the tissues as stretched as possible. It borrows from a similar concept other types of tissue stretching use. Take earlobe 'gauging' for example. You keep a piece of jewelry in an earlobe and the hole remains open. Place a slightly larger piece in it, and the earlobe stretches to accommodate the new, larger jewelry. If you were to remove the jewelry, the earlobe will likely shrink to the previous size within days. However, if you keep the larger jewelry in the earlobe long enough and continue to force the earlobe to stretch occasionally with larger jewelry, it will continue to stretch to larger sizes. This also happens to be the basic principle behind Progressive Hanging Eventually, reaching the "point of no return". Ask any body piercer what that phrase means. They're usually very familiar with it. It means, once you hit that point, the tissue will no longer shrink back to its' previous state and only corrective surgery will fix the earlobe.
Last edited by malehanger; 03-09-2012 at 08:26 AM.
- 03-09-2012 #6
Got it, thanks guys
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