New Personal Discovery
First off, I would like to apologize for starting a new thread for this post, as this is already a reply I have made in my first thread:
Newbie Introduction and routine
I made this thread in hopes of getting comments more oriented towards this new “problem”.
Just recently I have managed to do some of my first “non-skin” stretching. However, due to this I have made a pretty significant personal discovery. I had noticed that while stretching, no matter which direction it was (up, down, left, straight out) there was only one part of the penis that was tightening. This was a 1cm thick cord running straight down the top center of my penis. While stretching this cord was extremely tight, while nothing else was even similar in tension. So, after searching around the site for a while I discovered that this limiting factor had already been experienced by a small few members, and seemed to be called the Septum.
Having discovered this new information, I then followed those older members advice, and have come up with a stretching routine which seems to target the Septum, as follows:
V-stretches (both pushing down on the top of the penis, and another type while applying more of a strong massage with the thumb)
DLD Blaster A-Stretches
These seems to be the core exercises I have found.
I will most likely start off with 2 sets a day of about 30-45 minutes total stretching and see how that works.
Please feel free to reply with comments/ideas, and I would especially like to here from other members who have had the same “limiting factor” at one time or other, or anyone else with experience in targeting this particular area.