V-Stretches - 2 Point Vs. 3 Point - Benefits?
As I get ready to join the 1.5” gainers club, I’ve learned that for me, 2 point V-stretches have been fairly effective at increasing length over the course of a year (with the caveat that days, weeks and even months were taken off from PE when needed). That being the case, I’m pondering if 3 point V-stretches may be more effective at creating similar length gains but with a more uniform impact on my unit (and indeed migrating to 3 point V-stretches was a plan of bennett8 before he quit PE having had tremendous success with 2 point V-stretches).
Not that I’ve noticed a problem yet, but what I want to avoid is reshaping my dick into a baseball bat or bowling pin shape. What I’ve learned is that V-stretches apparently work by non-uniformly deforming/stressing the tunica, ligaments, tissues, etc. This in turn makes me wonder if a non-uniform process will ultimately effect my penis non-uniformly. If that were true, now that I have enough flaccid length, I want to think through if there’s a benefit in doing V-stretches using 3 fulcrum points along the shaft rather than just my current 2 (where the fulcrums are at my unit’s base and mid-point as described by bennett8 resulting in a 12 point V-stretch that I knock out about 5 times a day in 3 minute sessions).
My two concerns would be overworking my unit and/or negatively effecting my EQ. On one hand, I don’t want to change my program because what I’m doing continues to work, but I also want to keep my dick proportional with a uniform girth from base to tip and gotta question if my 2 point V-stretches are giving me a less uniform workout than say 3 point V-stretches would give.
If you’ve played with bennet8’s methods, manual stretching in general or have thoughts on the physics of deforming/stressing the cylinder that is a penis (using multiple fulcrums), would you please join this discussion?
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Last edited by QL : 01-15-2018 at .