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What's the Longest You've Clamped?

Originally Posted by happi_g_more
Currently I do 2 sets. Set 1 is 10lb and I split it 10 standing and 10 BTC. Then I do a second set, exactlly the same with 15lbs. Before I hand I try and some expansion by clamping. I’m trying a “deflated balloon” approach I read on here some where. Basically trying to expand then stretch. Once I clamp and hang, I then spend the last hour of my workout expanding again either by clamping, jelqing, pumping or a mixture of all three


I’m getting mixed messages on heavy girth work and hanging at the same time. A lot have the theory or belief that girth work should come after length is accomplished and can actually hinder length gains.

Then there is DLD over at MoS who I can’t trust a word from his mouth who claims he not only did girth and length, but gained both. His “picture” of his supposed 11 inch dick proved otherwise since his junk was as wide as his ruler.

For now, I will stick with just length. Keep us posted here on how the multi sessions work out for you.


Serious starting point: Nov. 2, 2009/BPEL 5.75 x 4.75 inches.

Current BPEL 7 1/2 x 5.5 inches.

Goal: BPEL 8 x 6 inches. Hell, if I hit 8, I'm going for 9!

Originally Posted by Mr. Schlong
I’m getting mixed messages on heavy girth work and hanging at the same time. A lot have the theory or belief that girth work should come after length is accomplished and can actually hinder length gains.

Then there is DLD over at MoS who I can’t trust a word from his mouth who claims he not only did girth and length, but gained both. His “picture” of his supposed 11 inch dick proved otherwise since his junk was as wide as his ruler.

For now, I will stick with just length. Keep us posted here on how the multi sessions work out for you.

I’ve had good results doing both together, but never on the same day.

I want both, so I focus on both. I find working one or the other gets boring regardless of dedication.


Then, 6.1 x 4.5 Now, 7.25 x 5.25

Originally Posted by Deerman

I want both, so I focus on both. I find working one or the other gets boring regardless of dedication.

Very true.


Serious starting point: Nov. 2, 2009/BPEL 5.75 x 4.75 inches.

Current BPEL 7 1/2 x 5.5 inches.

Goal: BPEL 8 x 6 inches. Hell, if I hit 8, I'm going for 9!

I think doing length and girth together helps. However to be on the safe side I always do my girth exercises last.


5.3" NBPEL.

BPEL 6.5-6.7" Goal: Anything!

Girth: 5" but getting bigger. ;)

Originally Posted by misterN
Ohh wow! I take back what i said, you obviously put a lot of time into your routines. 30 minutes of jelqing is crazy! You do it every day?


Not everyday. I do:

Monday and Tuesday: PE Routine
Wendsday: Break
Thursday: PE Routine
Friday: PE Routine
Saturday: PE Routine but only half the time.
Instead of 30 minutes jelqing, I only do 15 minutes. Then clamp for 3 sets.
Sunday: Break

My PE Routine is the same as my workout routine almost. I do put time into my routine just as I do with my workouts. It’s something I enjoy doing. :)


5.3" NBPEL.

BPEL 6.5-6.7" Goal: Anything!

Girth: 5" but getting bigger. ;)

I clamp at least 15 every time. I never go past 20 though.


1/15/2014 - 7.5 BPEL x 5 MSG

3/28/2014 - 7.5 BPEL x 5.1875 MSG

2/20/2015 - 7.75 BPEL x 5.25 MSG

As far as working length and girth together, I think that’s perfectly reasonable in the early stages. It is important to differentiate between beginning, intermediate and advanced PEing. The terms, at least as I’m referring to them, aren’t so much about how much time you’ve been PEing, but where you are in your gaining potential.

Beginners just starting out should stick to a simple, basic routine. Work up slowly and pay attention to what is going on.

After any newbie gains to be had stall, which they eventually will, consider ramping up. Maybe hang instead of manually stretch (if you have really made the most of that). Maybe wrap or “clamp” instead of doing manual Ulis. But be careful.

As far as whoever is claiming good progress from deliberately working up hanging weight for single or dual sets like some sort of powerlifting competition, that’s contrary to my personal experience and also the wisdom from others here over the years. The benefit of hanging is applying a sufficient amount of tension for long periods of time. You can do similar manually, but your hands will tire. Regardless of the method used to apply the tension, time should be the focus. 5 lbs. for 2 hours is more effective than 50 lbs. for 1 or 2 minutes. The physiology of long periods under tension was discussed here years ago.

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