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Pre-Stretching Tunica to allow more Girth Expansion

Originally Posted by dickerschwanz
Correct.
It will potentially weaken the tunica directly. The clamping then expands it from inside out. Two different forces that might do the trick for you.
Proceed with caution!

The way I understand it, the tunica is made up of two layers of long, parallel fibers, with the two layers at 90 degrees to each other, essentially like a hashtag: #
One layer is aligned with the length of the penis. This layer is in tension when you perform stretches, hang, or wear an extender.
The other layer, being perpendicular, is aligned with the circumference of the penis, and is under tension when clamping, doing erect squeezes, and pumping.

To maximize expansion of the tunica, you need to stretch both layers of fibers. Bundled stretches stretch both layers at the same time due to the rotation combined with the stretch.
I myself alternate stretching both layers. My PE consists of stretches followed by jelqs, followed by erect squeezes. All done under hot water in the shower.


STARTING: BPEL: 5.9in EG: 5.0in

2016: BPEL: 6.25in EG: 5.25in

NOW (11/2017): BPEL: 6.7in EG: 5.3in

Originally Posted by richardfitswell
The way I understand it, the tunica is made up of two layers of long, parallel fibers, with the two layers at 90 degrees to each other, essentially like a hashtag: #
One layer is aligned with the length of the penis. This layer is in tension when you perform stretches, hang, or wear an extender.
The other layer, being perpendicular, is aligned with the circumference of the penis, and is under tension when clamping, doing erect squeezes, and pumping.

To maximize expansion of the tunica, you need to stretch both layers of fibers. Bundled stretches stretch both layers at the same time due to the rotation combined with the stretch.
I myself alternate stretching both layers. My PE consists of stretches followed by jelqs, followed by erect squeezes. All done under hot water in the shower.

This is probably on point.
The distinction with the layers is that the longitudinal(“length”) layer is atop the circular(“girth”) layer.

This has implications on how to attack the layers.

Originally Posted by dickerschwanz
This is probably on point.
The distinction with the layers is that the longitudinal(“length”) layer is atop the circular(“girth”) layer.

This has implications on how to attack the layers.

Very good point.

What do you think the best way to “attack” is?
-first target the outer layer?
-first target the inner layer?


STARTING: BPEL: 5.9in EG: 5.0in

2016: BPEL: 6.25in EG: 5.25in

NOW (11/2017): BPEL: 6.7in EG: 5.3in

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