Debate - Hanging vs. Manual Stretching
Summer doldrums. People are on vacation. Posting is low at T’s Place.
So, why not stir up a good ol’ fashioned debate. A showdown, if you will.
Not trying to ruffle anyone’s feathers, but I would like some feedback concerning
an old article I read today at PEF by Big Al.
Here it is -
“I’ve received a lot of emails asking me “what are the best exercises for length and/or girth?” Well, I’m going to give you my opinions based on several years of observation and also, based on the anatomy of the penis.”
In manual stretches, nothing beats the “Tension Stretch”. Why? The penis is anchored to the pubic bone by several ligaments.”
No shit, really?
“In order to stretch these ligaments, it’s necessary to perform a stretch that taxes all of the ligaments involved. By “rotating” the stretched penis, you are stretching all of the ligaments.”
The above statement contradicts Bib’s “isolate and attack” method of stretching the ligs and tunica.
“Superior to hanging?” Manual stretching (especially the “Tension Stretch”) is superior to hanging for these reasons:
- It doesn’t cut off circulation
- You can perform very intense stretches in short bursts- NOTE- You COULD do this with hanging by holding the weight and letting it hang, but (usually) the force that you can apply with your hands will be greater than any weight that you could comfortably hang.
- You can stretch at different angles more easily - NOTE- you can hang at different angles too, but again, the tension will be less than adequate.”
My questions and comments:
1) Can we agree that properly hanging will not cut off circulation? And it’s more likely to injure one’s penis with manual stretching?
2) The author believes that “short bursts” of manual stretching are more beneficial to penis elongation.
He feels the tension from “your hands will be greater than any weight that you could comfortably hang.”
How would you compare the effectiveness of eight 20 minute sets of 15lbs. @ BTC to 120 - 30 second stretches at all angles?***
3) The author states, “the tension will be less than adequate” with a hanger.
How do accurately measure tension with your hands?
Apples and Oranges? Yes, to a certain degree. I ask you to look past that and indulge me.
Dear brothers and sisters, I want to compare the overall “nutritional value” of apples to oranges. Which is better?
***I chose those particular time/repetition parameters because I personally believe it is very difficult to do anymore than that in one session. Hands get tired, hands slip, skin gets sore, and it gets tedious.
But if you guys can do more, please tell me.