Question for you Bib
Ok on the other board I explained a little about what you have told me. That is, when there is fluid buildup then the pressure is applied to the cavernosa and prevents further expansion. This is why you said stop doing ulies after that happens. Now I know you don’t pump so it may seem strange that I ask you this question, but I believe the principle applies here and you can comment.
Since I am not hanging currently I though I would occasionally experiment with the routine Avocate said about pump for 10 min and then jelq (5 min for me) and repeat this 3 times. I occasionally do this and wrap before a class because it does make me very big.
So here is my concern. First of all the pump builds fluids between the cavernosa and the skin from what people say. So I do this pumping and wrap more for the show aspect. However, on the other days I decided to do my wrapping for ulies first (all day) and then later on try this pump thing.
So here is the big question. If I have caused expansion from the ulies, do you think pumping will actually decrease the expansion? I mean more than just preventing it from further expansion will it actually push back against the cavernosa and negate the expansion? I also finish after the set with another uli wrap to help cement it.
Is this idea about the fluid and pressure a theory you put great stock in or not that much. In no way am I doubting your expertise or challenging you. It is just that sometimes when you explain things you are very sure about them, and other times you freely admit that this may or may not be what is happening.