I’ve been doing fulcrums quite a bit lately and would welcome others to try this and give their opinion. A key element is the use of heat. Warm up flaccid for 5 minutes. Then begin fulcrum stretch to the side using your hands. But make the pull gentle at first and after holding that for a minute, keeping fulcrum stretching in the same direction but with a rocking motion as you bend and increase the intensity of the stretch. Now do this in the opposite direction reversing left/right hands of course again using the fingers as the fulcrum point. Here is where I then switch to an IR lamp to provide constant heat. Now grasp higher up the shaft and repeat. The concept here is using only side or lateral bends to target the tunica and working your way up the shaft for each set at different positions along the length. After you reach the end point about one inch below the glans, do about 10 or 20 jelques to support circulation and apply rice sock for 5 minutes. Next repeat process two more times. Gradually work up to three or four sets of these 3 rep exercises. A bit of difference here is the slight bouncing lateral pull before you hold each stretch in each direction and constant heating. This exercise, for me, has given a very good sensation of stretching post workout without pain during or afterward other than on occasional 3 second stab here and there. But it feels like a real accomplishment afterward for several hours.