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I tried some manual stretches by making an ok grip with one hand and doing the same with the other and pulling the two hands apart, bending and slightly twisting.

I found that I could really get fatigue quickly that way and had to tell myself to back off while doing that in the bath this afternoon, and I’m still a little sore.

Thanks for the suggestion.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

Originally Posted by marky777
Perhaps we should just as the mods to move this thread straight to the injury forum now. That’s where it looks like it’s heading.

You’re talking length right? If you’re talking length + girth… check out Shane Diesel. Never seen a bigger dink than that. Mandingo can’t hold a flame to Diesel.

Originally Posted by bogtrotter
Jcgtampa,

I have only been doing PE for 8 weeks and already I’m seeing a consistent 1/4 inch gain. I’m not relying on extending to provide the gains, but as you say to cement gains. I’m doing quite strenuous manual stretching (15 mins) , sliding down the shaft slowly with lube, as flaccid as possible. I’m going to keep doing this for another 4 months and then decide whether or not to switch to hanging.

Too much length gain too soon, assuming it’s possible, is far too risky for the dorsal nerves. They will always be struggling to catch up with the ligs as far as adaptation goes. You are lucky you can still feel your knob after such rapid lengthening.

With hanging your not necessarily gaining, your deforming your ligaments. Its not like stretching your tunica which manual stretching does a lot more than hanging. Its a different world. But really, when hanging your not going for a lot of weight, your going for lig fatigue. But many hangers don’t get fast gains, its the obsession and consistency that produces gains. I started with very low weight like half a pound, than gradually worked up to 5 pounds.

So if you decide on hanging, its important to read everything you can in this forum to stay safe. Very low weight is better than no weight at all just so you can get used to how your ligs feel when stretched. If your doing manual exercises for length, you should be familiar on how your unit works, so it might be time to take the next step.

Originally Posted by jcgtampa
With hanging your not necessarily gaining, your deforming your ligaments. Its not like stretching your tunica which manual stretching does a lot more than hanging. Its a different world. But really, when hanging your not going for a lot of weight, your going for lig fatigue. But many hangers don’t get fast gains, its the obsession and consistency that produces gains. I started with very low weight like half a pound, than gradually worked up to 5 pounds.

So if you decide on hanging, its important to read everything you can in this forum to stay safe. Very low weight is better than no weight at all just so you can get used to how your ligs feel when stretched. If your doing manual exercises for length, you should be familiar on how your unit works, so it might be time to take the next step.

So what is the point of hang over a fulcrum then if it doesn’t hit the tunica?

I will agree readily that manual stretching is more directed, but to say you get better results than with hanging is debatable.

Any stats to back your position?

If you are correct I need to adjust my focus.


Began December 2009 at 5 7/8" length and 5" girth.

As of December 5th 2012 7 3/8" BPEL and 6 1/8" base girth.

Going for the magic 8"x6"

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