I have come to some revelations about how to do it productively, but I really want to see if I’m right before I begin to shoot my mouth off about it.
Same here sparky. I’ve lectured new hangers about the dangers of hanging erect and hanging sets longer than 20 minutes for so long I find it hard to amend these recommendations. But it seems hanging has taken a whole new turn with the advent of these vacuum hangers. I’ve held off on recommending these routines until I feel they’re safe. I’ve been hanging low to moderate weight for three hour-long sets a day, swinging the weights with a partial erection. As of yet I’ve suffered no injuries, loss of erection quality or any setbacks whatsoever. Swinging the weight with a partial erection really brings a lot of fatigue to the fulcrum point. The thing about this type of hanging is like with pumping, it feels good and causes a slight erection. It is almost unavoidable. I was hanging 15 pounds before, but for these long sessions I try to keep the weight under 10. A five pound barbell weight and 6 of Monty’s lead peweights comes to just under 9 pounds. I find that is a comfortable weight to swing for an hour. After the first one-hour set I remove the weight and release the pressure but leave the hanger on. I dry jelq the tube for 10 minutes to restore fresh blood, then hang another hour. Then repeat all for the last one-hour set. The entire session takes a little over 3-1/2 hours, but leaves me with a very long and thick flaccid that I never got from clamp style hangers. For the rest of the day I wear peweights for an ADS when I’m on my feet and the AutoExtender when I’m sitting or Fowfers when I drive and sleep. I’m doing this pretty much seven days a week now, no Clamping, no pumping. I’m giving this exclusive length routine a last chance before going back to girth work or retirement, whichever comes first. If MB and Monty get these new clamps on the market I’ll have to try them for a while, otherwise I feel retirement calling my name.
I only recommend this to pumping and hanging vets for the time being. You newer guys need to wait and see if I end up posting an amendment in the Injuries and Treatment forum before you try this at home.
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