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Hanging For Girth?

So pics, facts and logical arguments can’t prevail on your prejudice? It’s not an issue of mine.

marinera is right. Its pretty simple. Hanging stresses the base more and thats what causes girth gains.

The ligs anchor the penis to the symphisis. Having a weight swing your dick around like a pendulum will stress all of these points. Your not going to stretch till your bulb comes out it would take a tremendous force to overcome the natural anchors of ligaments, skin and muscle; and it would make your penis less functional.

Also another explanation is that the actual bulb enlarges but does not move forward. I’ve noticed since hanging my base girth has grown .5 an inch, my bulb and PC muscles are definitely bigger.


Last edited by longerstretch : 01-11-2009 at .

I don’t think either of you are right.

The pic you held up as “proof” was a cutaway of the entire organ and all the other structures. It didn’t illustrate how all the parts anchoring to each other cause the whole thing to be thicker towards the base.

Hanging will deform ALL these internal structures, not just the CC’s, pulling them out, and causing base girth gains.

The CC, that particular structure, might get thinner as it meets the other internals, but not the penis as a whole.

I’d challenge anyone to explain how pulling something outward (swinging around or not) would cause anything to expand in girth if it’s not already there. Stressing the base how? Pulling it outward.

For all the trials and tribulations guys go through to expand in girth, I’ve never heard one use outward traction.

Your facts, pics, and logical arguments are a house of cards.

~L


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5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

Please also check out these pics for a more comprehensive view.

http://www.andrologyjournal.org/con…-03-03-f03.jpeg

~L


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5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

Its a muscle that helps expel urine and semen. Its only attached to the penis at the very base and more so to the urethra where it acts. It will only grow minimally by trying to counteract the pull of the weight from hanging. It doesn’t get “pulled out” and its not an inner penis. This relates to being a sort of isometric hold and I think straight up hanging will really affect this muscle because the angle of the pull turns the symphisis into a fulcrum compared to the angle of attachment.


Last edited by longerstretch : 01-12-2009 at .

A credible medical journal that is used by urologists and scientists publishes pictures that clearly show the anatomy of the penis and support that the inner penis is in fact thicker.

http://www.andrologyjournal.org/con…-03-03-f03.jpeg

Gray’s Anatomy and Yahoo Reference show the same thing

http://education.yahoo.com/referenc…cts/subject/262

Agreed, it’s going to counteract that weight. It’s then going to deform in an outward direction under the force. This is when you feel fatigue/tension/etc. I disagree with you on the fact that it won’t get pulled out. It will get pulled out in a way: it will deform. Where do the gains come from if not from deformation?

The whole structure is going to get longer, possibly thinner, and the parts closer to the body are no different. It will not literally expand in girth, but the thickness of CC’s and other structures that are closer in to the body will be expressed more at the point that the penis exits the body, because you have effectively deformed the whole structure in such a way.

I also have yet to hear an argument other than “it’s simple” that could possibly explain how tension on the base (which by the way is also dispersed among all the structures deeper inside the body) could make it expand in girth.

Agreed that straight up hanging will in fact attack this structure moreso than BTC or SD that targets the ligs. The most extreme upward angle, OTS, will target it better though.

~L


"HALT! This is a no-turtle zone."

5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

Your links are blind, lostracco.

Its a muscle not actually a tendon. It doesn’t deform, the CCs will, but it experiences either hypertrophy or hyperplasia. In all honesty I don’t care if it gets pulled out or not the fact of the matter is that hanging will in fact increase girth. The way it does that matters little really. If you have yet to hear an argument other than its simple its because it is simple. Don’t overcomplicate things. I think both the pictures you and and marinera are proof enough. It increases base girth because that is where the penis is attached to the body so your body strengthens your penis so it can withstand the weight.

Marinera -

I think it did that because I copied it from the forum post rather than opening the link and copying the URL itself. I apologize, and here are the correct ones:

http://www.andrologyjournal.org/con…-03-03-f03.jpeg

and

http://education.yahoo.com/referenc…cts/subject/262

Please visit these new ones, and notice how the base is actually thicker.

Longerstretch -

The process of gaining base girth with hanging I suppose is simple, but please do not minimize the importance of this argument by stating that you don’t care how it occurs. We’re all on a search for truth here.. and for bigger penises. If we can be certain on how something happens, we can better understand it and possibly make easier gains. Then pass this correct information onto newcomers who can be better equipped to add to our PE “knowledge base”. It’s worth it to be right! And if you’re not.. well.. I don’t have to explain that one.

No doubt everything strengthens over time with tension. The process of making gains with hanging is controlled tension, keeping somewhere in between strengthening completely (decon break for example) and ripping it off. This is why we have to add more weight as we hang more to keep feeling fatigue. The process of strengthening I believe does occur along the entire shaft as you move up in weight.

However - I do not believe that this can cause the substantial base girth gains that guys report. I’d guess that it has some contribution, perhaps a microscopic difference as healing folds fill in after deformation and possibly some inflammation directly after a hanging session, but I believe that the majority of the base girth guys report after hanging is due to the thicker internal penis being pulled out and expressed.

How do you imagine the strengthening causes outward (girth) expansion? I don’t mean to reduce it to the absurd, however it would occur to me that if this was the explanation, we’d be dealing with a thicker midshaft area also after making the base girth gains. In other words, all the tissues behind the hanger that are being affected by the stress would get girthier, and we’d have a syringe-shaped penis.

~L


"HALT! This is a no-turtle zone."

5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

Well, for the last time: penis is anchored to your body; it can’t go out for inches - it would be a very dangerous thing.

I think what is confusing you in the pics, is that they figure the penis this way: the CC is becoming thinner the more is closer to the body, where the CS is becoming larger. You have to look at CC.

The strengthening can cause girth gains, in my view, because it reacts to the stress becoming larger and stronger - as your muscles do when you lift weights.

I can’t get how you got this firm belief that girth = outing penis. What sustains this opinion?

Seems to me that it’s probably a little of both. If you’re gaining length partly due to lig stretch, you may be moving surrounding structures out a little. At the same time I would think these tissues are reacting to the stress and strengthening. I don’t think it has to be one or the other.


We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.

Yeah it might be a bit of both but I do think for the most part the structures are staying put and reacting to the stress. Whatever it is hanging did cure me of the baseball effect and my base went from 5.0 to 6.0 while my midshaft stayed at 5.5.

Originally Posted by marinera
Well, for the last time: penis is anchored to your body; it can’t go out for inches - it would be a very dangerous thing.

I think what is confusing you in the pics, is that they figure the penis this way: the CC is becoming thinner the more is closer to the body, where the CS is becoming larger. You have to look at CC.

The strengthening can cause girth gains, in my view, because it reacts to the stress becoming larger and stronger - as your muscles do when you lift weights.

I can’t get how you got this firm belief that girth = outing penis. What sustains this opinion?

I’m not arguing with the fact that pulling the penis immediately inches outward would be dangerous. I agree. But as I also mentioned, this is not the goal of hanging. We are trying to DEFORM the structure in a controlled manner, keeping within the boundaries of complete healing, and ripping it clear off.

I also conceded that the CC is becoming thinner as it attaches to those other areas. However, at the point it attaches, it also meets the other structures like the bulbs, the ligaments, and the CS. In other words, yes, that particular structure might become thinner as it enters the body and attaches to the other structures, however what we’re calling the “base” as a whole does not. This entire structure is in fact thicker towards the body.

I don’t want to re-enter the argument about how PE is not at all related to lifting weights. It’s been flogged to death. The processes are different. We’re deforming these internals with traction, not breaking them down and building them back up like with lifting weights.

What sustains this opinion is

a) the base gets thicker towards the body
b) hanging deforms the entire penis and internal structures to be longer
c) once the entire penis is longer, the point at which the penis exits the body will be effectively surpassed by the already existing thicker inner pennis that has been deformed

I’ve attached a picture that helps illustrate the point.

~L

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"HALT! This is a no-turtle zone."

5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

Hereticender: Seems to me that it’s probably a little of both. If you’re gaining length partly due to lig stretch, you may be moving surrounding structures out a little. At the same time I would think these tissues are reacting to the stress and strengthening. I don’t think it has to be one or the other.

Longerstretch: Yeah it might be a bit of both but I do think for the most part the structures are staying put and reacting to the stress. Whatever it is hanging did cure me of the baseball effect and my base went from 5.0 to 6.0 while my midshaft stayed at 5.5.

Heretic -

I think we need to reintroduce the concept of deformation. I agree with you that lig stretch will deform the ligs and help expose what you have as far as CC, CS, and other structures, but the same thing will happen with those structures when you hang at angles that target them. In other words, the tunica will deform as well with successful hanging in the same way that the ligs deform.

I’m convinced that as far as girth gains, the ratio of tissues strengthening causing it, and inner penis being pulled out causing it is 10%/90% at best.

Longerstretch - Congratulations on your success. That’s all that really counts, right? I just don’t think you’re right about what caused it.

~L


"HALT! This is a no-turtle zone."

5/14/09 - BPEL 7.0" BPFSL 8.25" EG 4.5"

1/1/10 - BPEL 7.5" BPFSL 9.0" EG 5.0" - GOAL

haha okay. thanks.

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