Question About Stretching Theory.
Can someone move this to the Main Members Forum….( I can’t post there yet - not enough priviledges yet).
Considering the anatomy of the penis, it seems that tunica stretching occurs during any of the stretching techniques. Even If one has a high LOT, when stretching at a low angle, he would pull and stretch the ligaments to their max (meaning their max at that time). As he stretches, stress is also exerted throughout the tunica that is distal to the attachment of the ligaments at the base of the penis. Therefore tunica stretching still occurs. This should be especially true for those with low LOTs….or those who formerly had high LOTs but stretching lowered it. If the ligaments are so long or low that your LOT is low, then when stretching at a low angle….what is absorbing the force due to stretching? The fibrous tunica.
I do understand that stretching should include low and high angles, but to ensure a more evenly stretched tunica.
What say the vets about this?
Note - I am a newbie. However, I am somewhat knowledgable about physics and anatomy.