Thread: Best program for pure length?
- 04-22-2013 #11
Also, you don't need to hang to target the tunica or ligaments;
also with hanging, you need to test where one lbs is enough or a little too much on the ligaments.
Now, whatever you decide to do is up to you, but for the record, hanging is advanced and should not be recommended to a novice of PE where it is more beneficial to condition to PE first. You feel me?
My argument is that no amount of manual stretching will prepare you for learning how to wrap and attach a hanger. With 5 years of off-and-on manual PE under my belt, I jumped into hanging and I had NO clue what was going on until I did some very thorough reading over at Bib's forum. Nothing prepared me for learning how to wrap and attach properly.
All of the information you need to start hanging is out there and fairly easy to find, but I do admit there needs to be a larger guide to hanging that pulls information from all of these sources, including pictures and videos, and puts them all in one place so newbies do not have to go on an easter egg hunt to find them. PE information in general, not just hanging info, is way too scattered.
Once you learn how to wrap and attach properly, you can start at as low of a weight as you want, and as low of a duration as you want. You could hang 0.5 lbs for 10 minutes per day if you truly wanted to start that low. I personally started off hanging 2.5 lbs for a couple of sets every day until I got confident with my technique. So in terms of stress on the tunica and ligaments, it is not advanced at all until you reach high weights, which you will have [hopefully] worked up to in small increments over a period of time, which is the exact same thing you do with manual stretching.
Unfortunately, newbies are often just not willing to drop 100$ on something when they are not even sure if PE works or not. However, if they were to be presented with anatomical, biomechanical, and scientific information that establishes a SOLID base for the reason why PE works BEFORE being introduced to any kind of routine, I see no reason why they wouldn't be more willing to consider hanging or extending. This is the only obstacle to getting newbies to hang. Unwillingness to spend money and lack of readily available information.
For the record, I highly disapprove of homemade hangers. If you want to do it right, spend a little money to get something that is professionally crafted instead of throwing some random parts together and strapping it to your cock.
There is a LOT (get it? LOT? I'm so clever) of unnecessary fearmongering about hanging.
Last edited by eow.; 04-22-2013 at 11:09 AM.
- 04-22-2013 #12
Sorry for hijacking the thread a little, OP.
If you want length and you can't hang or extend you could start out with something very simple like:
- 10 minute warm-up with rice sock
- 5 minutes manual stretching (30 or 60 second holds) - no kegeling
- 10 minutes edging
Choose two stretches (such as left/right or up/straight out) and stick with them for at least a couple of weeks. Increase stretching time by 1 or 2 minutes each week or more if you feel comfortable.
I think there are some great kegel routines in the PE or ED forum (can't remember which, I'm sure someone can point you to them). You could do kegel routines on your off-days. Pelvic floor balance is important.
Last edited by eow.; 04-22-2013 at 11:10 AM.
- 04-22-2013 #13
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Why do you say "no kegeling" while stretching?
- 04-22-2013 #14
I'm new to all this too, man. But my goals are similar to yours at the moment, as far as needing length more than girth. It seems to me that jelqing at a lower erection %works length, while jelqing at a higher % works girth. Also, I was recently informed about tunica tugs, which should be effective for length. Like I said, I'm new as well. Take what I said on this topic less serious than EOW or one of the other guys who've been doing this longer, but I just thought I'd throw that bit of info in there.
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- 04-22-2013 #17
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- 04-22-2013 #18
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I"ll definitely try out your program eow, thanks!
- 04-22-2013 #19
- 04-22-2013 #20
Kegeling tenses the exact muscles your are trying to stretch.
I agree that if you're going for pure length - manual stretching, extending and hanging are the ways to go.BPEL: 6.7-8.57" NBPEL: 6.3-8.25"
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