>Usually I only jelq after the 2nd or 3nd sets are done (hanging session completed), not between sets. Is that what you mean by BTB? I use to jelq between sets but quit in prefrence of hot wraps at the sink to restore circulation for around 10 mins. Then go and hang again.<
BTB is behind the balls. Also, you can jelq just in front of the balls and still remained wrapped. When you do this, you should be able to feel a rush of blood into the rest of your penis. Just do it for a few seconds to a minute.
>I will go ahead and jelq between sets, I know it’s probably a good idea. How long would you suggest between sets, 5- 10 mins? Then do a last one at the end of the session for around 10 mins? Sound ok. <
Ten minutes at the end of a session is fine, but between sets, just a minute or two. Just enough to restore circulation.
>I’ve got something else for you if you have the time. I’m using a lot of toe-in on the hanger now and works pretty well for me I’ve noticed. But here’s what I’m wondering. When I attach the hanger, I pull the head straight out and squeeze (reducing blood) keeping and the hanger about mid shaft on the wrapping.
Then tighten (pretty tight) then release the head and slowly pull outward on the hanger. Now, I can actually feel it grasping the shaft as it moves forward and it then more or less locks-up (very solidly) somewhat behind the head. (Which is good.. right?). <
>Thing is, it seems to still be sliding forward (although it feels solid when I let the weight down) creating some head pressure. I keep the wrap rather loose as you said and tightening the hell out of the hanger before letting it down but the pressure starts to build up anyway. <
All I can think of is you either still have too much blood in the head or upper shaft, you are not tightening enough, or you are using too much weight. Others have had good luck sending me pictures of their entire process. I have found a bunch of errors in guys techniques. If you wish, show me what you are doing and I will try to help.