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Vac hanger How-To

I just got the MB vacu-hanger in the mail today. I don’t see any instructions in the package on usage, though that maybe as intended.

That said, is there a how-to thread, here? I ran a search and didn’t come across anything, yet. I have read a few things on development of the device, etc., but nothing yet on a 1, 2, 3 how-to. If someone can direct me to a how-to, I would be grateful.

Also, I took a measurement and was a 1/16” below. I am also a bit fatigued in the base (behind the balls, and incidentally, I haven’t used the vac-hanger, this is from stretching and jelqing), and I decided to take today off, even though today would have been the second day of a 2 on, 1 off routine.

In a situation like described above, would using an ADS be acceptable, or would a complete rest day be the better choice?

Thanks.

Below is a statement from xenolith on keeping ADS tension “relatively low.”

From others that have somewhat modeled their program on xeno’s, and since xeno is on hold and I can’t ask him, what is “relatively low?” In another thread I read that ADS tension should be at 105% or something like that. What is the prevailing thought on this? 105% or relatively low? And if relatively low, what percentage is relatively low?

Originally Posted by xenolith
The P-phase work, whether it’s length supporting, as in ADS or girth supporting, as in cock ring, should be done at a relatively low level. The one thing we don’t want to do is have the P-phase work appear to our body as I phase work. That is an extremely counterproductive occurrence. So keep the ADS tension low and the cock ring not too tight. With respect to macro-P phase work, it’s very important that we taper the usage from high-P phase/low R phase at the beginning of the macro-P phase to low-P phase/high-R phase at the end of the macro-P phase. The idea is to have a smooth handoff to the macro-R phase.

OK, that went fairly well, and pretty easy.

Only problem was that I got a bit of foreskin from the underside pinched between the cylinder and the sleeve. I went through a quick, light stretch and the pinch wasn’t a problem until taking it off. Small ouch!

I was trying to unroll upwards.. Too much, so I rolled down the cylinder. Less pain, but a bad choice as I tried to roll the sleeve up my shaft - I could do it, it would have been the most intense jelq in history! Anyway, I got it off. Learning experience had - I’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again.

On the vacuum hole, has anyone noticed that it leaves an impression on the glans? I had the V-hanger on for too short a time to notice any possible effect, I am just asking before hand.

On the compression sleeve, I can’t imagine how I would get in the cylinder with it on? I understand that I may not need it, as it is to limit fluid build-up. But if I did - I don’t know how I would get in wearing it..

On the upside, with the long sleeve, it seemed like the whole shaft was being pulled, not just from the glans. Of course, this was a very light, manual stretch just to give it a run through, so I can’t say if this would continue to be the case with high weight.

Another upside - to use it as a manual stretcher, it would be great! I could never get that effective of a grip manually.

Hey tivase,

was there anything on the package that indicated the contents? (including the return address)

Originally Posted by Tivase
On the upside, with the long sleeve, it seemed like the whole shaft was being pulled, not just from the glans. Of course, this was a very light, manual stretch just to give it a run through, so I can’t say if this would continue to be the case with high weight.

This is not an upside - the more sleeve you have down over your shaft, the more force is transferred to skin. Keep the sleeve as short as possible while still keeping a vacuum - some people cut their sleeves in half.


regards, mgus

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Originally Posted by og6
Hey tivase,

was there anything on the package that indicated the contents? (including the return address)

No, my friend. Not unless the Postal Carrier has ever gotten a package from LEAM Partner Corp…

So if that has been an obstacle to ordering, you can order without fear of embarrassment. But I think most adult-type products ship in ways that don’t reveal their contents. If you think about it, it is the wise choice, as embarrassing potential customers would only limit sales, where only the most brazen of individuals, and/or those without children would order.

Originally Posted by mgus
This is not an upside - the more sleeve you have down over your shaft, the more force is transferred to skin. Keep the sleeve as short as possible while still keeping a vacuum - some people cut their sleeves in half.

OK, I have three sleeves, so I guess cutting one wouldn’t be a problem.

But I thought that the sleeve needed to be longer according to the amount of weight, as in the higher the weight, the longer the sleeve needs to be. Is that true?

Of course, I am not at the stage where I would need heavy weights, or even able to handle long sessions at low weight or force. Which might be confirmed by the fact that the light run through last night has me sore this morning - but as I said, I was already sore to begin with, so I guess the run through re-opened the micro tears, if that theory is correct…

This has been discussed in another thread. FWIW, I hang ten pounds comfortably with a cut-down sleeve (about 3”) for about an hour at a time. I use tape over the hole. The shorter sleeve is much easier to get on and off, and concentrates the pull on the head. I also get twice as much life out of the sleeves. I do not believe you need a really long sleeve to maintain the vacuum at higher weights. Perhaps a little longer, but basically, if you have a good seal to start with, the vacuum should do all the work.

Btw, I don’t get an impression from the hole as I don’t go into the hanger that far. I insert only up the to circ. scar; I want as much shaft being stretched as possible.

Originally Posted by plustwo
The shorter sleeve is much easier to get on and off, and concentrates the pull on the head. I also get twice as much life out of the sleeves.

Why do you want to concentrate the pull on the head? Is not that bad?

Originally Posted by plustwo
I hang ten pounds comfortably with a cut-down sleeve (about 3”) for about an hour at a time. I use tape over the hole. The shorter sleeve is much easier to get on and off, and concentrates the pull on the head. I also get twice as much life out of the sleeves.

OK. But just a question; the problem with a longer sleeve is that it puts more strain on the skin? What happens - fluid build-up?

Originally Posted by plustwo
I do not believe you need a really long sleeve to maintain the vacuum at higher weights. Perhaps a little longer, but basically, if you have a good seal to start with, the vacuum should do all the work.

:up: Gotcha..

Originally Posted by plustwo
Btw, I don’t get an impression from the hole as I don’t go into the hanger that far. I insert only up the to circ. scar; I want as much shaft being stretched as possible.

OK.

But doesn’t only inserting to the circ scar cause more head expansion? I thought I read that being inserted as far as possible lessens the chance of either fluid build-up, blisters or head expansion - it may have been all three, but I can’t remember where I saw that, since I only breezed over it being that I didn’t have a V hanger at the time..

Jagg,

As opposed to the skin, which contributes nothing to gains. And I want to stretch as much of the shaft as possible. Applying tension farther down seems counterproductive to me.

Why do you think it’s bad?

Tivase,

I just think pulling on the skin has no benefits. Plus, I find it uncomfortable.

Actually, I wouldn’t mind some head expansion, if that’s a byproduct :-) But I seem to get less fluid build up if I just have the glans inside. I get more in the frenulum area if I’m in further.

I’m not an expert on hanging. However, it seems to me that the more that is inside the hanger, the less that is being stretched.

Originally Posted by plustwo
Tivase,

I just think pulling on the skin has no benefits. Plus, I find it uncomfortable.

Actually, I wouldn’t mind some head expansion, if that’s a byproduct :-) But I seem to get less fluid build up if I just have the glans inside. I get more in the frenulum area if I’m in further.

I’m not an expert on hanging. However, it seems to me that the more that is inside the hanger, the less that is being stretched.

Gotcha..

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On heating before stretching with the Vac hanger, should you:

1) Heat, then put the hanger on?

2) Or put the hanger on, then heat?

In my opinion, heat all the time — before, during, after, regardless of the type of exercise.

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