Thread: Just a thought
- 04-24-2013 #1
- Join Date
- Feb 2013
So for people with higher erection angles(pointing upward) this means they typically have tighter or shorter ligs right? At least that's what I found from some looking around on here. So say during an edging routine what if I were to push my erection downward against its natural angle? So I tried it and it hurts if I do it too hard. But wouldn't this be putting some type of stress on the ligs if I held it in this position for a little? I also did this and would kegel every now and then while holding down. And I would do this after a hanging session. Would this do anything for length or absolutely nothing?
- 04-25-2013 #2
Most on here advise against erect stretches, but I do the bulk of my stretches at least semi-erect. If it hurts, don't do it! You should be able to feel it stretch, not tear. Be careful and remember that you are stretching, not strengthening the ligs. I assume, from what I've heard on here, that most people's ligs react to erect stretches by tightening, so watch out for that.BPEL: 6.7-8.57" NBPEL: 6.3-8.25"
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- 04-25-2013 #3
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- Feb 2012
I actually thought about that the other day, seems like it would be another way of stretching the ligs out. However there are safer ways to get the same result.I'm back!
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