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Difiiculties with proper attachment on my latter sets?

Difiiculties with proper attachment on my latter sets?

Hello all,

I’m noticeing attachment difficulties on my latter sets lately. Weight is currently 6 kg/13,25 lbs in the straight out position.

The first set today was almost perfect. Hanger sat tight with no discomfort and I did not have to tighten down all the way. The weight even felt like it wasn’t enough.

The second set was also pretty good. But then I started having trouble on the 3rd set. On the 4th set, I actually had to abort a session, re-attach and then I had to abort that one slightly early as well.

It seems like any fluid in my penis get’s squeezed out after those first sets and that it’s too “thin” after a few sets, so to speak. I tried massaging it and getting some fluid back in and it did help, but it was not quite the same. I’m currently strapped with my 6th set of the day after 3-4 hours since my last set and currently hanging very comfortably. Well, as comfortable as it can be having 6 kg pulling your dick. My head is pretty soft, so I’m not doing the newbie mistake of letting a head full of blood hold the hanger. There just seems to be more “meat” to grab on my first sets.

Any thoughts or similar experiences?

What are you doing between sets? I always did a ricesock (but now prefer heating pad). Massaging is one thing, but I think heat is a hell of a lot more powerful for pulling blood in, at least for me. Reason I like the heating pad is that I massage through it will using the heat. A heating pad also just leaves my penis feeling better, period, for the next set. Not so with massaging.

Sometimes I use nothing. Sometimes I use a warm and wet cloth.

I’m not sure that makes a difference or not?

What’s worrying me most lately, is that there seems to be some desensitization at my attachment point. A kind of numb feeling internally.

Is that normal? I’m a little worried I’ll have to admit.

Numb no good. Is this like even when you are not hanging? Which I suspect.

In that case, you’ll need to regen some nerve endings. That means time off, and instead do some stretching, at most. I suspect what is the issue is your attachment, as opposed to anything else in the hanging.

As for warmup and what I call refresh warming, you’ll have to experiment and find what does the trick. And what you want to put time into (I like the pad as I don’t have to go anywhere, like the microwave or sink)

I don’t like the sound of that.

It’s a very subtle or undefinable sensation. But I sense that there’s something that’s not quite as it should.

Do you think it’s reversible?

I’m at almost 8 weeks with consecutive days in a row now and I’m afraid to take days off, but I know I probably should.

I’ve scaled down weight slightly and have only been doing 2-4 sets for the last days.

It’s weird, since I’ve never noticed any significant discomfort or lack of blood flow during my hanging.

I think you may just need more conditioning in your soft tissues. If you have been steadily moving up in weight you will eventually be at a weight that you will no longer be able to complete all 6 sets at so you will have to start dropping weight as you go up in your sets..

You may also try moving your hanger just a tad farther back and use a different spot. I would usually move about a quarter inch farther back by my 3rd or 4th set and it helps a lot. Another thing you can do is to do some heli shakes or a few minutes of behind the balls jelquing. Your beating up your compression point by not dropping weight after subsequent sets. It is still human tissue and it has its limit as far as stresses are concerned.

If you are hanging too close to start with you may get away with it for a few sets and then the shaft may need to have more of it in front of your hanger to create shoulders. Try the BHB jelquing or helicopter shakes first and see if it helps but still squeeze the blood prior to getting back in the hanger as blood in the glans is never good while hanging.

I use to be able to hang 35 lbs with my hardcore but by the 5th or 6th set I was down to anywhere from 13 to 18 lbs. trying to do all at 35 would have been pecker death for me.

Originally Posted by bigee
I think you may just need more conditioning in your soft tissues. If you have been steadily moving up in weight you will eventually be at a weight that you will no longer be able to complete all 6 sets at so you will have to start dropping weight as you go up in your sets..

You may also try moving your hanger just a tad farther back and use a different spot. I would usually move about a quarter inch farther back by my 3rd or 4th set and it helps a lot. Another thing you can do is to do some heli shakes or a few minutes of behind the balls jelquing. Your beating up your compression point by not dropping weight after subsequent sets. It is still human tissue and it has its limit as far as stresses are concerned.

If you are hanging too close to start with you may get away with it for a few sets and then the shaft may need to have more of it in front of your hanger to create shoulders. Try the BHB jelquing or helicopter shakes first and see if it helps but still squeeze the blood prior to getting back in the hanger as blood in the glans is never good while hanging.

I use to be able to hang 35 lbs with my hardcore but by the 5th or 6th set I was down to anywhere from 13 to 18 lbs. trying to do all at 35 would have been pecker death for me.

Thanks, man.

Yes, I’ve been moving very steadily up in weight, but I have now dropped from 6 kg down to 5 kg. I can’t believe how much difference that makes. I think I will stick with that for a while and then move back up in 0,25 kg increments this time.

It may be that 6 kg is just too much for my soft tissues at the moment?

I have never really had the need to drop the weight, since I’ve never really felt any fatigue? Well, I’ve felt sore at my attachment point, but I’m not sure if that applies.

35 lbs in insane. :)

Have you had nice gains from hanging?

It has been tough after I had my initial quick gains. I gained 3/4s BPEL from a pumping and manual routine and that took me about 3 months but then it all slowed down. Over the next 2 years and a few months I gained another 3/4s BPEL from hanging. Heavy hanging seemed to be counter productive for me and I stopped for a few months, restet my mind and started lighter weights and more time and it seemed to work better for me.

In total I have gained 1 1/2 in BPEL and 1/2 in MEG. Started at 6 x 5.5 and am currently 7 1/2 by 6.

Seems like you’ve worked hard for it, but those are pretty sweet gains anyway.

Your unit is just about my goal. Maybe a little less girth. How do you feel that it is working for you? Any more length or girth from here is merely ego, right? : )

I would be interested to hear more about what you wrote about heavy hanging being counterproductive? How much ligher weights?

I’m probably at what you call light weights anyway, but I feel a more “relaxed” stretch with the weight I’m currently using. My top weight at 6 kg felt more forced.

I am not trying for more girth but maybe a little more length. I am content where I am at. It is for ego I suppose as I know my wife could care less if I ever gained at all.

Heavy hanging seemed to make me stronger instead of longer and I am not sure why. I know that many are encouraged to go up a lb a week but I wish I had ridden the lighter weights longer. When I was gaining at 18 lbs I should have stayed there until gains stopped but if I felt I could add a lb I did. Looking back I would not have added weight just because I could.

Keep a log and when your gaining dont change a thing, stay there until you go a month with out a gain and then maybe move up.

Originally Posted by bigee
I am not trying for more girth but maybe a little more length. I am content where I am at. It is for ego I suppose as I know my wife could care less if I ever gained at all.

Heavy hanging seemed to make me stronger instead of longer and I am not sure why. I know that many are encouraged to go up a lb a week but I wish I had ridden the lighter weights longer. When I was gaining at 18 lbs I should have stayed there until gains stopped but if I felt I could add a lb I did. Looking back I would not have added weight just because I could.

Keep a log and when your gaining dont change a thing, stay there until you go a month with out a gain and then maybe move up.

How do you measure when you’re gaining or not? Would that be your BPFSL?

The problem I, and others experience, is that our BPFSL seems to be all over the place. I haven’t measured BPEL in a long time. I plan on doing so at 100 hours. 20 more to go. :)

18 lbs is not a “light weight” in my world for sure. :)

I always measure BPEL. I check my flaccid but I don’t use them as a way to measure gains. I do blieve that gains in BPFSL are useful to see if your getting a session but I always use BPEL to track gains.

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