My manual stretch.
I’m pretty new here and I don’t read every single post, so I don’t know if this has been tried before, but I haven’t read about it as of yet.
I think one of the most important factors in PE is that you have to do what works for you. By “works” I don’t only mean the results you are getting, but finding something you can stick with. This definitely works for me.
The biggest problem I have with PE is finding the time. If I think about some long, drawn out process, for me it’s too easy to just say forget it. The biggest problem with manual stretches is it’s difficult to pull as hard (hard!) as like for as long as I want to without losing grip or getting tired.
So I found a solution for both problems. When I wake in the morning it usually takes a least 10 or 20 minutes to wake up. Ok, I just lied. It usually takes me at least 2 or 3 hours to wake up, but at least 10 or 20 minutes to get out of bed.
Instead of wasting those minutes, I found I could PE like this, while still pretty much half asleep. I sleep with a body pillow ( helps with back pain greatly! ) And with covers on, my unit is pretty warmed up already, so I don’t do any additional heating up. It would certainly not hurt and I may do it in the future, but it’s one more step, and like I said, it’s what works for me.
The actual exercise:
Lie on your right side ( doesn’t matter which side, but that’s what these instructions will be for), pull your legs up so they are at 90 degrees to your body. Take your right hand and make a loose fist, with your palm facing your stomach and your thumb side of your hand facing the ceiling.
Separate your legs a little and with your right hand grab behind your glans, placing your penis between your thumb and fore finger. Use a piece of toilet paper for grip if you need to. Your hand should be between your legs now, and start to stretch straight out, in the same path as your legs, perpendicular to your upper body.
Here’s the difference:
Once you have the stretch going, let your left leg fall down on your hand. This does two things. If your hand is placed correctly, it greatly increases your grip, squeezing your thumb and fingers together. Also, it greatly increases your ability to hold your stretch, with almost no fatigue. My legs are pretty big, so just the weight of my leg alone is enough to help me tremendously. If you have smaller legs, you can squeeze them together I imagine, or maybe place some type of cushion between your upper leg and hand.
In this position it’s also very easy to assist with your left hand. Using a loose O.K. Grip, place your left hand in between your body and right hand. With the added grip strength you now have you can apply a tremendous amount of additional pull by using your hip as fulcrum and pushing outward with your left hand against your right hands grip. Just be careful !
You can also use your left hand to do fulcrum stretches up or down. You can also do any type of kegels you like while doing this.
I’ve had a difficult time following others instructions at times, hopefully I explained this clearly enough. Just try it , it’s not very difficult.