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Am I on the right track?

Hey everyone,

I got my bib starter a few days ago (only took 3 days to arrive!!!!) and started playing around with it. Please let me know if I am doing everything correctly.

1. Heat pad for 10 min
2. Follow wrapping tutorial and wrap my dick while it is completely flaccid
3. Wait 2 min for engorged head to go back to completely flaccid state
4. Put on bib starter and tighten screw
5. Attach weight and hang it over my shouldner.

I notice that my head is real cold after I detach the bib starter. After reading some past posts, I am assuming this is normal. My lot is low, around 8, so I hang OTS with 5 lbs starting. I also notice the force applied depends alot on my posture. Right now, I am only hanging 5-10 mins to get myself accustommed. I am not sure when to stop a set. Are they are indicators I am suppose to look at, such as coldness and such?

Asides from lots of uncertainty that every newbie gets, I must say the Bib Starter is very comfortable. The hanger slipped off the head only once because I was unsure how tight to apply. Thanks Bib!!

Semi-cold is acceptable, with the colder it gets the worse it is. Are we on the same wavelength with what is my cold is your cold?

Way better hangers will answer all your questions soon enough, just be patient.


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D-Alpha,

My recommendations to you:

1) When you wrap your unit, if your head swells up, you have wrapped too tightly. What this means, is that you have just reduced circulation with your wrap, which means you are bound to have difficulties when you come to attach the hanger.
2) You should avoid coldness. In my book a little cool is ok, but preferably not for every set. “Real cold” sounds too much, be careful with this. Also, between sets, restore circulation by jelqing, BTB jelqing and slapping your unit against your legs.
3) Lower the weight! Are you hanging 5 lbs comfortably? I would recommend you lower the weight and experiment more with wrapping and hanger settings. Your sets don’t need to be more than 10 minutes, but I feel it is advantageous from a productivity point of view. If you can wait longer in between having to remove the hanger and restore circulation, you can get more work done, or whatever it is that you are doing. Do keep the set to a maximum of 20 minutes, however.
4) Over the shoulder is a slightly misleading the name. Ideally the weight should be going over your shoulder, but should be resting on a chair back, and not actually touch your shoulder.
5) I would use the heat pad for 10 minutes (maybe 5 depending on how hot it gets) and then use it for the first half, of the first half of your sets.

Glad you’ve got to a good start with your hanger.

Hopefully Bib will weigh in with some more tips and/or corrections on my part.

Thanks ICM and twatteaser,

In response:

1. I first stretch my unit, then wrap. That’s the way it was shown in the tutorial video. I guess my unit is a little sensitive and after wrapping, I can’t help but get a little hard. I always wait to be completely flaccid again, tighten up the wrap a little and then attach the hanger.
2. It’s not freezing cold but I just notice the difference. The coldness goes away after a few light jelq.
3. I hang 5lbs mainly because my shouldner is absorbing some of the weight. What’s the difference between letting the weight hang off your shouldner vs my chair?

I am hanging right now and love it that I can type and do other stuff at the same time, even if only for 10-15 mins.

D-Alpha,

ICM covered everything in fine fashion. I notice you did not mention the hanger settings. Be sure you experiment to see what works best for you. Also that the top gap is smaller than the bottom gap.

As ICM said, be sure that you wrap loose enough, so that when you apply the hanger and tighten, the wrap is still loose.

As time goes on, your unit will adapt to be able to pump blood, and stay warmer, even under stress.

Bigger

I think I’ve been doin OTS wrong, I’ve had the string resting on my shoulder and it’s uncomfortable. My chair has a low back, so should I hop in a chair with a high back so it rests on that? which i dont have…

How tight should the bib starter be? There’s only one bolt to adjust. Should the squishy, semi-clear, yellowish rubbery things be touching? I notice that if I attach the hanger 1 inch below my glan (right above my base since my flaccid size is pretty small), as soon as I attach the weight, the hanger moves with the skin and sits right below the glan. That’s not much I can do….is this normal?

D-Alpha,

This may work also, and Bib please correct me if I’m wrong but, squeezing the blood out of the glans before tightening the hanger might also help.


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tacojoe,

>I think I’ve been doin OTS wrong, I’ve had the string resting on my shoulder and it’s uncomfortable. My chair has a low back, so should I hop in a chair with a high back so it rests on that? which i dont have…<

A chair with a high back is great for OTS. But if you don’t have one, you can pad your string or cord going over the shoullder.

The best thing I found, and I was using a chair with a high back anyway, was about a 2 inch by 10 inch piece of plastic cut out of a milk jug, duct taped to the cord. This spread the pressure out nicely.

D Alpha,

>How tight should the bib starter be? There’s only one bolt to adjust. Should the squishy, semi-clear, yellowish rubbery things be touching?<

The starter should be tight enough to hold the amount of weight you wish to hang. You can get close by pulling with a pulsing motion as you tighten. But it really takes some experience. There is only one tightening bolt, but there are adjustment hex nuts in the right skid. I assume you know about these. Loosen the bottom wing nuts to pull the right skid away, and set the two hex nuts where you need them to fit your wrapped flaccid girth. The gel padding should be engaged. I always looked at the hard plastic within the gel to see if those teeth overlapped, at least somewhat. The biggest thing is to see if the top gap is smaller than the bottom gap.

>I notice that if I attach the hanger 1 inch below my glan (right above my base since my flaccid size is pretty small), as soon as I attach the weight, the hanger moves with the skin and sits right below the glan. That’s not much I can do….is this normal?<

Let’s be clear. The hanger must be tight enough so that it compresses the inner tissues of the shaft, and pull them down. You do not want the shaft flowing through the hanger, and the hanger sitting directly on the head. You want those shaft tissues compressed, and the hanger riding on the compressed shaft tissues.

Bigger

OMG. I am an idiot. I never knew the bottom two bolts can be adjusted. When I tried to loosen them the first day I got it, they were pretty tight so I figured they were meant to stay that way. No wonder it was so hard to put the hanger on; I just assumed it will take time to get used to. After reading Bib’s last post, I did a little more searching and stumbled on this thread:

Bibhanger toe in/toe out/gap settings pics

Guess I should have read more carefully through Bib’s Hanger sticky. Now I have the bottom gap (the gap w/ the hinge) about the same distance apart as the top. I am gonna try hanging again tonight and hopefully everything goes well.

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The gel padding should be engaged. I always looked at the hard plastic within the gel to see if those teeth overlapped, at least somewhat.

And if they don’t, increase the bottom gap until they do?

This could explain some of the slippage issues I’m having at heavy weights. I understood in another thread that having the “teeth” engaged was not desireable…

Bib, based on your extensive experience, what is the best way to set the hanger settings without actually attaching weights, if there is one?


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D-Alpha,

>Now I have the bottom gap (the gap w/ the hinge) about the same distance apart as the top. I am gonna try hanging again tonight and hopefully everything goes well.<

OK, you want the bottom gap a little MORE than the top gap. The inside fingers of the shaft well should make at least a slight ‘A’ shape when looking through the well from the back.

Also, you did not mention the hex nuts. I hope you are adjusting the hex nuts, and not using the hanger with the wing nuts loose. The hex nuts within the right skid are the adjustments. The bottom wing nuts simply hold the right skid in a static position in relation to the left skid.

Be sure to re-read the product guide again after you have a little experience. It will make more sense.

Bigger

RB,

>And if they don’t, increase the bottom gap until they do?<

That is correct. Run out the bottom hex nuts a little bit at a time till, when you tighten down, the top teeth are meshing somewhat, but not completely.

>This could explain some of the slippage issues I’m having at heavy weights. I understood in another thread that having the “teeth” engaged was not desireable… <

If you find that post, please let me know. Unless a guy has a really big wrapped flaccid girth, the teeth should usually be at least somewhat engaged.

>Bib, based on your extensive experience, what is the best way to set the hanger settings without actually attaching weights, if there is one?<

Tough question. After you know how the hanger should feel when applied, it is fairly easy to adjust by simply tugging on the hanger in a pulsing motion when tightened. It is not an exact science, since it goes by personal preference.

For most guys, I would recommend that they simply use the bottom wing nuts, and the top tightening wing nut, to get an approximate position of the two halves of the hanger in relation to each other. Then, turn the hanger over and see about where the hex nuts need to be. Then, set the hex nuts in that location, tighten down the wing nuts on the bottom, attach the hanger and do some slight pulling to see how it grips. Be sure to check that the top gap is smaller than the bottom gap.

Then, if it is comfortable enough to hang a set, do so. For the next set, make some small changes to see if you like it better. For the first couple of weeks, each set you should change something, either wrap or adjustments, to learn what the hanger will do.

The hanger adjustments require a trial and error process for each guy.

Bigger

Hey Bib, I should probaly try the milk jug thing before asking but how does it even out the pressure?

I still dont have a high back chair but I think my shoulder can handle 7.5 with some padding.

I also have another question. When you guys talk about hitting fatigue what exactly is that? Is it just feeling heavy pain from the ligs/tunica? Or is it feeling tired? Which I dont think I’ve felt before.

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