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Golf swing weights: the quest for Truth

View Poll Results:

If you use weights, how many hours a week do you wear them?

10 hours or LESS per week

1751.52%

10-20 hours per week

515.15%

20-30 hours per week

26.06%

MORE than 30 hours per week

927.27%
Total Votes: 33. You may not vote on this poll

I think that Monty’s success speaks volumes on this subject.

He hangs with about 15lbs of force (elastic cord) to produce lengthening, then the Pe wts to maintain that gain while it heals to the new length.

For newbies that have no toughening yet, you can probably get some gains from pe wts alone, but as time goes on, it probably won’t be enough.

Monty has gained both length and girth from his routine, and his gains only slow when he doesn’t have the time to hang.

I believe he has used a very nice combination of moderate wt to stretch, and does it sporadically enough that he doesn’t get fibrotic changes, then uses a low wt (pe wts) that maintain it and allow it to heal at the new length/girth, again not enough to cause fibrosis.

For those of you finding gains have stopped with just pe wts alone…consider this option.

Its probably the same for ADS…if you aren’t gaining, try using heavier hanging 2-3 hours a week, then the ADS to MAINTAIN the gain…and see if you don’t start progressing!

If that doesn’t get you going, try a deconditioning break and start again.

I really see that those who have made steady progressive gains over long periods of time really avoid heavy forces that cause reactive fibrotic changes.

ENCOURAGE growth, don’t try to beat your dick into submission!

Originally Posted by goonbaby
http://www.emedicine.com/EMERG/topic237.htm

Pay special attention to where it warns of lead toxicity through skin absorption. I would seriously recommend stretching the rings and coating them with something, BG. Perhaps the next time you talk to Doc, you could ask her about lead poisoning from trans-dermal exposure.

I agree. Even a little spray paint to coat the inside is better than nothing. By the time you notice you have symptoms of lead poisoning, you are already fucked up.

There is a story about lead poisoning in todays news, although not even remotely related to transdermal. A kid swallowed a bracelet Reebok was giving away with shoe purchases. The kid died. The bracelet was made in China. I don’t know why it had so much lead in it.

link


Horny Bastard

I use the regular pe golf weights. It seems to have a plastic or rubber coating. Does anyone know what the inside material is made of?

Today I wore 3 rings for the first time today. I got a really good thug when I walk or when I jump up and down. :)

I would be a huge fan of a single 2 lb weight. That would be awesome!

Lead Poisoning Stupors, what stupors

Goon: I appreciate your concern as well as all the warnings I’ve received from others the last couple of years. I HAVE spoken with Doc about this, and of course she says it is just one more aspect of my PE career that is dangerous. Even Monty warns not to wear them bare and has offered to re-dip all my weights for me.

I say I haven’t had any problems, but who knows? From what I understand one of the first symptoms of lead poisoning is absent mindedness and Alzheimer’s like stupors. Because I drink wine and smoke reefer I probably would be slow to notice this kind of change in my mental state. If there has been any of this I certainly don’t remember. :cancer:

The trouble is I just can’t wear them with the holes any smaller, and the rubber dip really narrows up the holes. I have two sets of three all without the rubber jackets. The smaller set I use as an ADS after heavy hang sessions when my girth is stretched out at its thinnest. I can only get them on after soaping up in the shower and have to take them off the same way, but they fit comfortably without wrap. But after even one ten minute clamp set, forget it. I can’t even get those rings on with lube. The bigger set fit perfectly after girth work but they are tight, and I know they wouldn’t fit with the rubber on. It’s not only the size, but the rubber against skin really chafes whereas the smooth metal is very comfy.

However, mravg mentions paint. I never thought about painting them. Maybe a lead free paint or rubberized paint might be the compromise I’ve been looking for. I’ll check Home Depot, see what they have.

But I really think one two pound lead weight the shape of a long flaccid dick would be a great addition to our Forum arsenal. Maybe we should do a poll just to see how many people would be interested in something like this. Even if only enough guys were interested to cover the price of the mold Monty would probably make it. I’m not sure if a poll like that would be permitted or against guidelines. Maybe one of the mods will chime in.

Also, I’d like to comment on what sparky was saying. We’ve been talking about this via PMs. Or that is HE has been talking, I’ve mostly been listening. I think this might be a good method and maybe my last stab at gaining a little more length before I retire.

Let’s say on Monday a guy hangs one very intense session, I mean really breaks down the tissue to the point of fatigue with as much weight and time as he can take without injury. Then for the next three days, until the same time or a little over on Thursday night or even Friday, at least the 72 hours it takes connective tissue to completely heal, he wears either the peweights or uses an Extender and/or Fowfering techniques or whatever methods he chooses but keeps the tissue completely extended with moderate weight or tension until the micro tears are completely healed. If a person has a comfortable ADS for both sitting and standing, and has a good understanding of Fowfers, especially during the hours of sleep, it seems reasonable to me that this might just be the best approach to length gains for hard gainers, especially for seasoned vets who have toughened their ligs and tunica to the consistency of iron. This would be a very time efficient and doable routine for a lot of guys who are killing themselves with a seven day a week routine. Like me.
:-k :
Once I get this little booboo healed on the tip of my dick, and this hot date behind me I may just try this.


2003: 6X5 2010: 7X7

No Nukes

Can this proposed new pe weight be made of something other than lead? Is there any other material anyone can think of that can be a substitute? I’m interested in the 2lbs device which will save me the hassle of putting on multiple pe golf weights.

No. In order to get it heavy enough to do any good and be stealthy it has to either be lead, or gold.


2003: 6X5 2010: 7X7

No Nukes

Originally Posted by Big Girtha
No. In order to get it heavy enough to do any good and be stealthy it has to either be lead, or gold.


Bismuth is pretty heavy, it is used in shot meant for Water fowl. It is Very dense but perfectly safe for the environment. (It is also one of the active ingredients in Pepto Bismol).

I kinda like the gold idea, BG. You are one of the few on this board that would probably look natural wearing some bling-bling on your bonker. A mite expensive I suppose, but it’s only money. With the economy going all over the place, a little gold in your portfolio might not be a bad thing. It doesn’t matter to the exchange if it happens to be in the shape of a giant phallus.

Can you not place your existing weight over a cone-shaped anvil and stretch them to a slightly higher inner diameter? Then you add some paint and begone with you. Seems to me that the cheapest way to solve your problem rest on finding a way to make your existing setup safer.

As a precaution, you may want to consider being tested for lead poisoning. It is accumulative, and you have been using them for a while. Some individuals show very little expression of toxicity before the damage is irreversible.

Just looking out for you man.


"Debate the idea..."

Yeah, bismuth may be out. Did a little poking around and it may not be an option for anyone here.

Found something interesting about the density of various metals:
(Measured in g/cm^3)

aluminum————2.7
zinc——————-7.1
tin———————7.3
iron——————-7.9
brass——————8.5
copper—————-8.9
silver——————10.5
lead——————-11.3
gold——————-19.3
platinum————-21.5

This basically shows that silver is ALMOST as good as lead as a PE weight and certainly MUCH safer to wear against the skin.
Gold is significantly heavier than lead by volume (making it a good candidate for a weight, but crazy expensive). Interesting to me that Platinum would be even more dense than gold, I hadn’t realized that before.


"Debate the idea..."

Originally Posted by RockXP
I use the regular pe golf weights. It seems to have a plastic or rubber coating. Does anyone know what the inside material is made of?

Steel.


Horny Bastard

Gold Fingahh (wa-wa-wa)

I never thought of stretching. Lead is pretty soft. But if I had a cone shaped anvil I’d probably just hang THAT from my dick.

Yeah, I’m thinking a 24 karat solid gold PE ring might be pretty cool. Gold is always a good investment.

So what’s 2 pounds of solid gold going for these days.


2003: 6X5 2010: 7X7

No Nukes

Originally Posted by goonbaby
Yeah, bismuth may be out. Did a little poking around and it may not be an option for anyone here.

Found something interesting about the density of various metals:
(Measured in g/cm^3)

aluminum————2.7
zinc——————-7.1
tin———————7.3
iron——————-7.9
brass——————8.5
copper—————-8.9
silver——————10.5
lead——————-11.3
gold——————-19.3
platinum————-21.5

This basically shows that silver is ALMOST as good as lead as a PE weight and certainly MUCH safer to wear against the skin.
Gold is significantly heavier than lead by volume (making it a good candidate for a weight, but crazy expensive). Interesting to me that Platinum would be even more dense than gold, I hadn’t realized that before.

Some other interesting facts:
Steel densities are around 7.87, the same as iron.
Bismuth=9.8
Mercury=13.55
Uranium=19.07

The thing I am confused about, from Monties web site, regarding his weights:

Quote
For the sake of reference: the standard golf ring you can by on the open market weighs 5.35 oz and has an inside diameter of 1¼ inches……..

(My) ring is the same size as the standard golf weight, however it is made of 100% lead coated in plastic. It weighs 90% more weighing in at 9.95oz.

From the table, lead weighs 43.6% more than iron or steel yet, the lead ring is 86% heavier than the golf weight. So, the golf weight is made of something lighter than steel, or the lead weight is bigger, or the reported difference in weights is not accurate. I think I will weigh a golf weight.


Horny Bastard

What about tungsten carbide?

Say a product is found to substitute for lead, who will be brave enough to find a vendor to do the manufacturing?

Originally Posted by eagle8
What about tungsten carbide?

Good call.
Tungsten Carbide - 15.7 g/cc
ditungsten monocarbide - 17.2 g/cc

Heavy stuff. I don’t know how expensive it is, and it’s melting point is around 2800 C.


Horny Bastard

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