Lig stretching - How to recognize when you're doing something wrong
I recently noticed a strange thing on my BPL/NBPL when measuring.
I noticed that my (BPL and NBPL) length was about 0.5 inch _larger_ in a nearly erect (but not being erect) state than when being erect.
For me that’s 8.35” BPL as compared to an EBPL of 7.8”.
NBPL values have the same amount of changes (7.65” vs. 7.17”)
Now my question is:
What errors in my PE routine (mainly consisting of manual stretches and some really minor wet jelqing in order to promote penile health) does this indicate?
I’m figuring I would have to do more manual stretching on the fundiform ligament (which I didn’t stretch at all till now.. was mainly focused on right-down-left-outward 9 o’clock stretches).
It’s really annoying especially since at the time of a 110% erection the (N)BPL is shrunk by .5 inch (you know, when your dick is really being pressed onto your bone.. well it feels like this ;-))
I hope anybody with more knowledge can fill in with some bits of information (or just devastate my theory if needed :) ).
My current routine:
- 5 Mins Warmup with wraps or a hot bath
- Grab right below the gland of your penis with a reversed ok sign and do 20-30 second (mild!) stretches in the following directions: right, left, down and out right at 9 o clock (see bib’s lig proposal for the clock thingy)
- I ditched the slow rotating movement starting eg. from the right-stretch over the down-stretch going on to the left-stretch, the up-stretch and back to the right-stretch since I really injured my ligs the first time I did this (first nothing, then *yeech*.. I’m still recovering from that)
- 5 Mins Warmdown (see above)
Sometimes I’m doing a cooldown besides my routine that is simple one of those medical cooling pads being put above my upper ligs (which means cooling the lower ligs too according to bloodflow)