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How to Hang with a Bungee Cord and Calibrate Weights.

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That really depends on your intensity of jelqs and how conditioned you are, as well as your overall program. If you’re doing exercises like hanging with moderate to high intensity, normally light jelqs and some BTB jelqs are all you need, and they are mostly just to restore circulation. It seems there are some guys on this forum that don’t do anything but jelqs, and apparently they are gaining pretty good length and girth. I hear its pretty difficult though—it takes a lot of physical effort once you start getting really conditioned/ or into the more advanced & time consuming stuff.

I’ve had great success with just an 1 1/2 hour per day routine which equated to about 3 sets per day all in the afternoon. ADS during the day. Now if you can devote more time then more power to you. The amount of gain you get is determined by the number of sets you can accomplish in what ever time frame you have. I would accumulate about 20 to 30 sets a month. Each set would produce an incremental amount of gain so the more sets the more gain, at least that’s what my data showed.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

How long to hold stretch while using bungee

Monty, you mentioned 3 sets in the afternoon at around 30 mins each set. I was wondering, while doing the bungee for any one set, do you hold the stretch in one position only per set or do you twist your hips or change angles? Basically I was wondering how long to hold each particular angle of stretch for? So if I was stretching over the right leg via bungee.. Would I hold that for 30 mins? Or for all 90 mins? Or is 5 mins fine and then switch to another angle? Thanks

It generally doesn’t take very long to stretch the outer edges of the ligs so 5 min or so for any extraneous angles is usually enough. Some guys may need more then that. Your progressive gains will indicate a need for more or less time. I don’t suggest 30 minute sets. That’s a little long to be clamped in a hanger. I only used 20 min sets and 5 to 10 minute breaks. That’s probably where you got the 30 min. set idea from. My sets didn’t include the break time.

You’ll get a feel for what’s working for you. Fatigue comes at different times for different people. If you feel the ligs kind of giving up, that’s your fatigue point at which time it’s time for a change of angle. Remember though that SO should be the dominant position. We are, after all, seeking length gains not a curvature. :)

Usually when you feel the fatigue point that is enough to produce the retractive or regressive response after the hanger is removed that hails the need for an ADS to keep the guy stretched out until that regressive state is no longer reflected. In other words your flaccid is normal again or even benefited.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

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