Bib, Your advice?
Hi Bib. I have a question about wrapping. I’ve had my hanger for just over a year and have used it on and off. I get going but because of problems with slipping, pressure on the head, etc. I get discouraged and shut it down for a while. Then, I start again, trying different ways to wrap, different materials, different combinations of toe-in/out etc. Try as I might, there is only one way that seems to work semi-consistently. I have to be at a partial erection, then wrap from the base. Then I attach the hanger close to the base and tighten while squeezing blood from the head. This is the only way I can get it to stay without slipping. It doesn’t, however, provide much room for fulcrum hanging. If I do get a finger under and behind the hanger and lift for the fulcrum effect, the hanger then usually slips forward and it’s back to square one again. I think being uncut is part of the problem, but damn I’d like to find a way to make this work consistently. I should mention that I’m pretty sure the ligs are being stressed as I can feel behind the hanger and it’s hard as rock with 10 lbs attached. I guess what I’m asking is: Is this ok? will I still get results even though the hanger is back towards the base? Any advice or suggestions are greatly appreciated.
It ain't over till it's 10" (or 12 ")