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On The Art and Technique of BIB Hanging

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On The Art and Technique of BIB Hanging

On The Art and Technique of BIB Hanging

My experience has been to work smart, efficient and safe. To this end, the methodology per BIB HANGER has been as follows:
Given: appropriate warm ups, 10min. intra-hanging rest set with light /variable jelqing, use of heat 1/2 of set and about ½ of all sets per day.

1. Incremental weight stacking using 2.5 and 1.25 lb. plates. Can be viewed as a smooth gradient of weight addition creating more of a fluid stretch, in contrast to a series of abrupt weight induced stretches. Think of the analogy of bodybuilding where a smooth deliberate slow movement is recommended in contrast to a jerky injury prone motion. My sequence would go something like this. First the essential warm up for about 5-10 minutes. Than I perform a seated partial BTC (leaning back in chair incrementally as I add weights) at desk chair. I add 2.5 lbs. in increments, each minute give or take, achieving max weight over a period of approximately 10 min per the first set, also 1.25 lbs. plates are used to fine tune the process as max weight is approached where max may be achieved with only a 1.25 LB increment. This would be a warm-up set.

2. BTC Phase. Next I perform x sets of BTC in like manner with smooth methodical incremental weight additions to max weight. May go back to desk chair leaning back as far a possible to perform exercise and work demands simultaneously.

3. Form and Function. I my view, this creates maximum results while exposing yourself to minimum possibility of injury. The goal is form and function, not just form.

Best regards to all,

Merlin

Alchemy of PE

Merlin

I like your organic approach to hanging. Easing into it rather than just stacking on weight certainly makes a lot of good sense - warming up to your full weight in small increments would greatly reduce the chance of injury.

A couple of questions to perhaps help others follow your sensible lead.

What weight are you hanging?

What weight do you start at before adding increments to achieve you maximum?

lil1 :lep:


BPEL (5") | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | *20cm* (8")

MTSL (5") | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | *25cm* (10") MTSL = Maximum Traction Stretched Length

"Pertinaciously pursuing a penis of preposterously prodigious proportions." What a mouthful!

lil12big1,

<What weight are you hanging?
What weight do you start at before adding increments to achieve you maximum?>

I am at 20 lbs in the seated (office chair) thought I am in mode where I expect to add more increments 1.25 or 2.5 lbs in time, this will remain open-ended so to speak as the penis continues to grow and achieve greater strength.

In the BTC 17.5 lbs.

I start off with 2.5 lbs to get a gentle pull to start, than add another 2.5 lbs within the minute. If everything feels comfortable I start the the clock watch for the 20 min run during which I add 2.5 lbs about every minute or so (varies) until getting to max.

The reason for a more methadocal gentle smooth approaach is that ED from time to time was triggered by using an abrupt technique of larger weight plates, and I would have to stop for periods of time until full function returned. Using this “precise gradient” approach I have so far avoided the functionality problems and can be consistent with my PE exercises.

I have followed your progress as you have become quite a positive and well written participant on this board. Keep up the good work.

I have gained about 1 to 1.25 inches since January, that is 5.75” BPEL to about 7” BPEL fyi, though I do not like to take out the ruler.

Best regards,

Merlin

Alchemy of PE

One thing I forgot to add, I will tighten BIB wing bolt gradually as I add the weights from a starting secure position, of course, this incremental tightening seems to best grip the internal structures for best traction .

Merlin

Adding weights throughout the set...

I do the same thing, Merlin… although I probably don’t “ease into the set” as much as I should. Too impatient, I guess.

I’ve got the perfect weights for doing this, though… and I thought I’d share.

I have some magnetic weights…. they’re called PlateMates ( I found them on the Web… you can probably find them doing a search). They are 1.25 lb. weights with strong magnets on one side… so they attach to the cast iron weights I use for hanging in a snap! Perfect for adding small amounts of weight incrementally throughout the set… or removing if you get halfway thru a set and are feeling a bit too strained.

So what type of platemates do you use for this - hexagonal or donut? I use a light chain through the weights and they hang perpendicular to the floor. I am thinking of getting some of the hexagonal plates as they look like they’d mate well by avoiding the chain and mating with the weights I am using. Understand what I am saying here?

MERLIN: what is your setup for weights? Are you using the ol’ rope or chain between the weights or doing the wire trick with keeping the plates parallel with the floor?

I think it would help to know what is the most convenient hanging setup for incremental weight usage.

BusterHymes

<MERLIN: what is your setup for weights? Are you using the ol’ rope or chain between the weights or doing the wire trick with keeping the plates parallel with the floor>

I have 8, 2.5 lbs donut plates with 1/4’ inch rope looped thought each and 2, 1.25 lbs plates in like manner ready to be attached to the S hook on the BIB in increments up or down.

Johnny,

Not familiar with magnetic weights, however sounds like your process is similar.

The goal is promoting a safe and effective PE and preventing ED for those such as myself who are injury prone.

Best regards,

Merlin

Alchemy of PE Goal 10’ X 6.5”


Last edited by Merlin : 07-22-2002 at .

Hey Guys,

I came up with a nice setup for stacking weight plates during hanging. I used a 3 1/2 inch eye bolt (4” might be better). I put the eye end in a vise and squeezed it down so it would fit through the small holes in the weight plates. I then put a large washer on the bolt followed by a nut - then a small washer - then another nut. I tightened the bottom nut tight against the upper nut. Then the large washer slides down on top of the small washer forming a ledge where the weight plates rest. It works great, its cheap and it keeps the weights level. Try it - you’ll like it!.

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Last edited by jelktoid : 07-22-2002 at .

HEY THUNDER,

This attachment business is giving me a headache. Its definitely not working right. What should I do?

Jelktoid


Jelktoid :trash: More meat for the money!

Buster...

I use the hexagonal platemates. You don’t even need to watch what you’re doing… just reach down and smack ‘em on! :-)

By the way… although they don’t stick as well to each other as they do the cast iron plates, they do stick enough to stack them two high.

Thanks, Johnny. That was my concern (adding them on top of each other).

Jelktoid - that is fancy. I like it alot! Extra half-inch for Jelktoid (gotta get out my PE certificates).

Hey Thanks Buster,

After being off for about 10 days, I need all the inches that I can get. The pud has gone into turtle mode. However, the Bib hanger goes back on this Friday and soon he should be a little more robust.

Happy hangin

Jelktoid


Jelktoid :trash: More meat for the money!

Followup to the "gradient" approach.

My experience has been to work smart, efficient and safe. To this end, the methodology per BIB HANGER has been as follows:
Given: appropriate warm ups, 10min. intra-hanging rest set with light /variable jelqing, use of heat 1/2 of set and about ½ of all sets per day.

1. Incremental weight stacking using 2.5 and 1.25 lb. plates. Can be viewed as a smooth gradient of weight addition creating more of a fluid stretch, in contrast to a series of abrupt weight induced stretches. Think of the analogy of bodybuilding where a smooth deliberate slow movement is recommended in contrast to a jerky injury prone motion.

This has continued to work very nicely with no injuries and respectable gains of 1/4 inch per every two to three months. My goal is 10” X 6.5” with intermediate goal of 8” X 5.5”. I am approx. EBP 7.25” X 5” at this point.

My best to all ,

Merlin

for Jelktoid

You said

>After being off for about 10 days, I need all the inches that I can get. The pud has gone into turtle mode<

Were you joking, or did you really lose significant gains?

Just wondering.

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