I was just doing a workout, and combined a bunch of recent ideas into one exercise.
This is not for newbies. Clamping experience required.
I used two HTW’s as a clamp wrap. Then I double clamped tight at the base, made sure I got a good seal, with a lot of hardness and expansion.
Then, I positioned two clamps on the upper shaft, just below the glans, in the same spot I normally grab to stretch. These clamps are set in opposite directions of each other, so the clamp handle of each one is going out to either side. These clamps go on lighter. Tight enough that you can pull outward (as in a clamped erect stretch) without the clamp budging. But not so tight as to cause any loss of expansion or inflation.
First, I started using these two handle clamps to edge myself while clamped, by pulling upward on them with one hand rhythmically.
Then, making my hands into fists, I rhythmically pounded outward on the two handle clamps (as in ballistic clamped erect stretch). I oriented the fists in whatever direction allowed me to make more force for my position, whether it be standing, sitting or lying. There’s not much room to work with on my 7 incher. Another inch and I’ll be pounding a lot better.
Since the two handle clamps are oriented in opposite directions, pounding on them at the same time causes a minor and local bend in a 1” to 1.5” section of the shaft, while still being primarily a stretch.
Ballistic clamped erect stretched bend edging. Aka pounders.
Some extra notes and thoughts:
Adjust the tightness of the base clamps and hardness to your own liking. But when starting out, please do set the base clamps lightly for the first set, and add only one click per set until knowing the limits. For the upper clamps, again start with the lightest setting at which you get a solid grip, and adding only one click per entire workout, since this tightness affects the bend. Find the settings you like.
Don’t worry about the ballistic nature of it. At any normal clamping hardness, the unit will barely budge.
My clamps are lined in double layers of 2 mm neoprene, cut to fit and super glued. That gives them a very good grip on the shaft, and they don’t budge either. The neoprene lining may be required, I don’t really know.
It’s my new favorite way of clamping, and it works both length and girth. :jelq:
Pounding long and strong.
Before 5.5" x 4.1" ///////// Now 7.4" x 4.9"