Straight Into Hanging.GoodBad Move
Hello all, as the title suggests I am considering moving straight into hanging. I’d like it if you would share your opinion on this approach.
A little about me..
My PE experience is limited to a handful of jelqing and/or clamping sessions sprinkled throughout the last two months from which I have seen no gains but positive PI’s such as (minor) increased vascularization and better flaccid hang. My personal situation and living arrangements during this time have been volatile, to say the least, which has prevented me from maintaining a regimented routine. I have however had time to order myself a bib starter and a set of PE weights from The Good Professors of Penile Enlargement, Bib and Monty and have consequently got myself a neat little PE tool kit along with a plush new apartment that affords me the couple of hours privacy a day that we all know can be so essential to our enlargement efforts.
I am 26 years old. 6’2” 210lbs (lean).
During my past jelqing and/or clamping sessions I was unable to reach fatigue despite often jelqing almost continuously for up to an hour and clamping several 10min sets per day and often clamped edging for up to 45mins.
Rightly or wrongly this has lead me to believe that my penis will be able to bear a leap straight into hanging and adsing. Here is the routine I began on Monday 8th June ‘09.
ADS 8-9 hours (all day while at work) wearing 2 wedged rings 10oz each.
Hang 4 x 20 min w/ 5.5lbs SD/BTC (while writing at my desk, I’m an aspiring author)
Repeat Mon to Fri with weekends total rest.
Haven’t had any problems so far though I obviously realise I’m only two days in.
Would really appreciate any comments or advice.
Does this look like over training?
Is my goal of 8” x 6” realistic?
And in what time frame? I’m hoping 12 months of this should get me there.
Lastly I just want to make a point of how amazing this forum really is, the wealth of knowledge is astonishing and the courtesy and generosity exhibited by all the members here contributes to a very genuine, inspirational and welcoming sense of community.
Thank you all.