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How to Hang with a Bungee Cord and Calibrate Weights.

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How to Hang with a Bungee Cord and Calibrate Weights.

There is mainly for money, but anybody else that has experience can answer too.

I have a couple questions. Where should the weight be when I’m hanging straight out or up with a bungee cord? I have a bracket, so should I attach the one hook of the bungee cord to the bracket and the other hook to the loop on the wench and let the weight hang in the middle? Also how would I calibrate the weights like that?

i have one more question. What type of wrap do you use while hanging? I’m looking to see what most people use becuase I’m not sure what is best.

Bump for any experience/answers people may have.

Personally I use a bib hanger. I find the combination of an HTW (hair tie wrap) with theraband on top gives me an optimal combination of comfort without slippage.

I’m not familiar with bungee hanging, so that’s about all I can tell you.

blink2000, thanks for the response.

Bump for Monty to answer.

I’m here. Just back from a business trip
In answer to your post #1 There isn’t a need for any weights when your using a Bungee because the Bungee applies the stress naturally. All you need to do once hooked up from the anchor to the hanger loop is step back until you reach the stress level or weight you want.

Now there are great advantages to Bungee hanging. Not only do you get Straight Out (SO) hanging but it also will give you some great angle stretches when you twist your hips. Normally referred to as Over the Leg (OTL) stretches, if you can move your bracket or anchor to eye level now you have Straight UP (SU) but when you twist your hips from this anchor now you a 45 degree angle stretch from the SU.

Bungee hanging is so flexible and it really focuses on the divide and concur principle that stresses the outer edges of the ligs.

Now if you want to expand upon this Bungee application Tool all you need to do is add fulcrums to the mix from any of the 6 angles above.

This is a great way to bust up ligs that are tough or just need to get moving again after a plateau.

CALIBRATION: What I do is hang the Bungee from a high hook and then I apply predefined weights and measure the length and produce a chart of weights and corresponding measurements.
Depending on the length and strength of your Bungee your calibration chart could be quite different from the one I produce so it probably wouldn’t help to send you my chart.


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

Monty, thank you very much. I have a couple more questions.

Do you ever hang SD or do you think SO, OTL, SU, and 45-degree angles are good enough to cause gains? I guess it’s individual specific, but did you end up doing much SD hanging?

With the bungee technique, if you reached a plateau, would you stretch the bungee more (add weight) or just pick a new angle? I also heard you say before that you use heavy weight (i assume a lot of bungee stretch) for a few minutes to bust up lig bundles to restart gains.

Pick one angle of attack. Stick with it until you maximize gains at that angle. I recommend BTC to start, but most will just say to go with personal preference. I would have a secondary angle you always fall back to if the primary angle is too sore to continue or feels near injury (e.g. you can’t take any weight on your primary angle at all). An easy secondary angle might be SD or SO or any angle you like… Anyway, if you’re dedicated and consistent, you could probably get 2” just out of your first angle. I hear people tend to make most gains between 10lbs and 17lbs; as more & more weight is required (with a lot of PE experience) I guess the gains are less since the collagenous tissues have been deformed so much already, you’re running into diminishing returns.

Don’t do a ‘shotgun’ approach where you’re doing different angles all the time. That approach wont cause enough tunica deformation to give you long term gains. So whatever angle you do go with, stick with it for months… otherwise, you wont get the full benefit of your efforts.

I hope that helps.

Originally Posted by growingeveryday
Monty, thank you very much. I have a couple more questions.

Do you ever hang SD or do you think SO, OTL, SU, and 45-degree angles are good enough to cause gains? I guess it’s individual specific, but did you end up doing much SD hanging?

With the bungee technique, if you reached a plateau, would you stretch the bungee more (add weight) or just pick a new angle? I also heard you say before that you use heavy weight (i assume a lot of bungee stretch) for a few minutes to bust up lig bundles to restart gains.


Here’s the deal: I used nothing but the angles above but when you consider that between hanging sessions I wore my rings constantly they are what provided an SD angle. Granted they didn’t get the stretch that I would have put on them if they were included in my routine but what I was after was NOT losing any LOT IF that theory were correct. No sense in taking chances KWIM? :)

Your theory about Bungee stretching is exactly the way I see it. It really gives you a lot of tools to use so when it comes to changing angles as opposed to increasing the stretch that is something that a little experience will guide you.

It’s really easy to get impatient with this setup though, not so much because it is slow but because it is so easy to really abuse yourself. My advise is to set a weight or amount of stress and stick with that and work the angles until the gains slow then change over to something you haven’t done. If it comes down to increasing stress because you’ve been going through all the angles then so be it. Don’t forget you can incorporate fulcrums into these things too. All of this stuff done at very low weights and continuous gains. Life can’t get any better.


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

Is this an ADS setup? Reading this posts make it sound like one… I’m pretty inexperienced with ADS setups, but I’ve become a lot more interested lately… In fact, I’ll probably use one whenever I decide to “cement” my gains…

If you consider an ADS is an ALL DAY SESSION then the answer has to be “No”. But, in my opinion, you see an ADS is a necessary component to any hanging routine because after your done with any hanging session your penis is going to go into a regressive contracting state and if that is not attacked as part of your daily routine your going to be subject to plateau’s and even a shorter EL


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

Thanks Blink and Monty for your responses.

Thanks Blink and Monty for your responses.

Monty, I calibrated the bungee cord today and put the values in a Excel file and pasted it into Word. I attached the file to this post.

I was wondering if you got the same type of values? Up to about 5.5lbs I was getting small increases in the length the bungee stretched, but after about 6lbs and heavier the cord started to stretch more. I bought the bungee cord from you so I thought the values might be similar.

I’m just starting out so it seems like I won’t even have to stretch the bungee cord that much for awhile.

Attached Files
Bungee Calibration.doc
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Originally Posted by Monty:
…after your done with any hanging session your penis is going to go into a regressive contracting state and if that is not attacked as part of your daily routine your going to be subject to plateau’s and even a shorter EL


I agree completely. For now I am doing split sessions. I am thinking an ADS would be easier than a night session though. Anyway, I guess I was off-track—I guess the bungee must be one of the many hanger types out there.

growingeveryday: good luck with the bungee hanger ;)

Blink, you can check out on the bungee cord on Monty’s website. I’m using a Wench along with a bungee and a bracket on a door, both purchased from Monty. The bungee offers a different form of resistance than weights.

Monty, who anybody that wants to answer, how many hours per week and how many sessions per day do you recommend hanging?

I read a 10 hour per week minimum hanging time, but I’m thinking using hanging every and using an ADS could lower that time.

Sorry, I forgot to ask this in my post above. Do you guys jelq everyday or jelq every other day?

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