Clubber how do you break up that 20 minutes of clamping? 4x5 minutes or a single 20 minute set? I have always been hesitant to hold my manual clamps for more than 5 minutes due to the discoloration it may give me.
Something I have been doing recently, which is giving me amazing in clamp expansion (I would guess about 0.6” of non-edema girth expansion), is combining Horse 440’s and manual clamping into a single set.
I saw I diagram on here somewhere that showed how the blood from the glans and CS actually drains into the two CC Chambers. This would perfectly explain why Horse 440’s give such great CC expansion (squeezing the glans blood into the CC Chambers, while they are clamped off).
My variation has been this:
1. Clamp off the base with finger and thumb. Being around 80% erect so as to be able to get a reasonably small/tight grip at the base (to cut-off the deep drainage veins).
2. Kegel and if needed, Uli to get maximum glans expansion.
3. Perform a Horse 440 squeeze, holding for around 30 seconds (basically just squeeze the glans blood out, into the CC Chambers, in a controlled manner, over a 10-15 second period, then hold squeeze)
4. Hold base grip and keep manual clamp for a couple of minutes.
*next step is important*
5. At this point, the glans is deflated. We want to effectively reset it to full expansion without losing any shaft expansion. To do this, I ever so slightly loosen base grip and kegel hard several times to fully inflate the glans back up to it’s former size.
6. Now repeat steps 2-4.
WARNING: This is an extreme exercise, use with caution and only if experienced in PE.
The expansion is amazing. We effectively use the glans as a blood pump, pumping the CC Chamber bigger and bigger, for maximum possible expansion. I have only been doing it once a week at best (usually less than that) but I now have the time to commit. It may well yield big gains.
Decemeber 2007: 5.8" BPEL x 4.9" MSEG
Current:-------->7.7" BPEL x 5.7" MSEG (7.2" NBPEL)
Current Goal:--->7.6" BPEL X 5.8" MSEG Do or do not, there is no "try".