16 minutes to a Great Stretch
I recommend this right before bed:
- Do 2 sets of 2-minute hot wraps – as hot as you can stand it without burning yourself.
- While still totally flaccid, do 4 sets of 2-minute bundled stretches at 12:00 angle. You really need to be very flaccid to do these effectively. And, as you’re bundling your unit, you don’t want to pull with maximal force. Besides, as you will be doing 2-minute sets, you’ll have to pace yourself anyway. You want to alternate your hands, as well as the direction of torsion, between each set. [8 minutes]
- Immediately following that, clench the very base of your unit with an underhand “OK” grip and proceed to vigorously whip your unit up and down – or twirl it like a helicopter, depending on your dexterity. Do this very rapidly and for 15 seconds (protect your nads, of course). Alternate your hands again between sets, doing a total of 4 sets. [1 minute]
- Immediately do to V-Stretch. Grip near glans, and place thumb about an inch or so above your base, and pull upward very vigorously for 60 seconds. Do a total of 4 sets of these, alternating hands between sets. [4 minutes]
- Then, again gripping near glans with an underhand grip, push your unit away from you’re your body, and downwards at a 7-7:30 angle. Do 2 sets of 90 seconds, very vigorously – this hits both tunica & ligs. [3 minutes]
Done nightly, this would give you nearly 2 extra hours of traction time per week, directly followed by the overnight fowfers. You can even add an extra minute or two of V-Stretches or the low angle stretch at the end of the session. But don’t neglect the hot wraps – or the whipping exercise, which really helps to loosen things up for a better stretch session. When I do this, I can often achieve a ½ inch boost on my max BPFSL right afterwards.
P.S., If you’re really having problems gaining length, you might want to incorporate another 4-6 minutes of dual fulcrum stretch – preferably right after the V Stretches. My fulcrum of choice is a bamboo pole – its smooth, extremely strong, and the diameter is not too thick, which gives a better angle of bend around the pole.
Do this in addition to your regular PE – 7 nights per week. But don’t also do any type of impaction exercise with this nightly session (i.e., jelqs, squeezes, ulis, clamping, etc.) – just the traction work.