Dynamic Use of BIB Hanger on Weight Machine
I am a member of this group since Oct. 2001. I have used virtually every technique imaginable. In the last three months it occurred to me to incorporate my weight machine into dynamic (moving) exercises geared to strengthening and enlarging the “the unit”. I have been involved in body building for years. Previously upon using the BIB Hanger in a static fashion, in my case the tissues would get cold and gradual ED would occur. This tended to stunt my progress because it leads to a stop and go procedure without a rhythm. It could have been a number of reasons causing this.
I have been using the weight machine for three months with improved strength of erections and general responsiveness. The unit has increased in diameter ¼” (three months) and 1/2” erect length. Virtually any angle is possible, but I have been doing primarily extreme BTC by connecting the BIB to the upper cable while standing facing away from the unit. A less extreme BTC can be done by using the lower cable. (See photos)
The basic exercise is a slow exaggerated hip thrust, secondly I do kagels. The exaggerated hip thrust movement starts with having your glutes sticking out as thought you were going to sit down and then moving the hips as far forward as possible. You feel an unmistakable progressive pull on the ligaments.
The weight stack can be varied easily for variable intensities. This is a smooth rhythmic motion with no jerkiness. After performing these exercised for the usual 20 minutes, my unit is warm and feeling great. The results so far have been increased strength in the form of appearance, and function. The BIB Hanger also allows for greater pulling force than any other technique, a most useful parameter when frustrating plateaus occur.
That is the essence of it for now, and it is an exciting new discovery (for me) in quest of the most effective procedures in PE. I am not up an all of the recent threads, it would not surprise me if this technique were already discussed in some fashon.
Merlin “ The Alchemy of PE”