Mystified Hanging Beginner
I’m getting back into PE after a few years break. In the past on a newbie routine I gained about .75, however that has healed up and gone away. I’ve gone through another newbie routine and I’m trying to start hanging. I have a Bib’s starter.
I’m uncircumcised, and about 6” BPEL, and maybe 3.3” flaccid. Maybe the Bib system is easier to use if you are cut, but just attaching this thing requires an octopus-like level of manual dexterity that I don’t have.
First— the beginners hanging guides say to attach about a 1/2 inch behind the coronal ridge.. Well the Bib starter is about 2” long, and you have to hang flaccid, so if I go by that, I’m out of dick before I can even attach the thing. So if I just slap the thing on me, it’s pretty much grabbing me right behind the coronal ridge, with a pretty neutral toe-in. Then, I can’t for the life of me keep this thing reliably attached to me without sliding off. It will shoulder a little tissue forward, against the head, then in about 5 minutes just slip off the head. I’ve used a theraband and a baby sock for wrapping at different times as I tried different things.
If you are uncut and have a short flaccid length, how are you supposed to use these things? Just the handling time, wrapping everything up, setting up the weights, the warm up, attaching the hanger without pinching yourself anywhere, and monkeying around with my skin so it doesn’t just fly off me take longer than the maximum set length! And I’ve been trying to refine this for about a month now. Is there a more convenient system than the bib hanger for uncut people? Or some way to make it easier to use? The actual hanging isn’t really a problem, but the set up is just a huge mystery to me. Maybe 1 time out of 4 I can actually get the thing to attach to me and stay for 20 minutes without sliding off the head.
Thank you for any advice!