Varying the grip position with Bib hanger?
Hi, I’m a super n00b to hanging, just bought a bib hanger this week and have been generally happy with initial experiments. According to online videos it looks like the hanger is supposed to grab fairly near to the glans, correct? It is also normal that there is a lateral compression of the shaft at the point where the hanger is grabbing on, correct (I mean, all hangers have got to grab somewhere, right? So the bib hanger is a mostly lateral compression model?) When I take it off that bit of the shaft will be a little thinner and lighter than the rest, though it quickly returns to normal. If one keeps compressing just one part of the shaft on a regular basis could it result in an uneven development whereby one part of the shaft is thicker or thinner than the rest?
So the question is: both for varying the type of stress it applies to the shaft and perhaps also the type of stress the hanging is applying to the inner stuff/ligaments, etc., would it be possible/advisable to vary the position on the shaft where the hanger is squeezing? I.e. right now it’s fairly near the head, but maybe I could try positioning it closer to the base sometimes? Or does the tendency of the weight to pull down mean that it’s going to want to shift down toward the head regardless? (I also worry that positioning near the base might have too much of a cock ring-like effect and increase the pressure in the rest too much—though then again that might result in girth gains?)
Anyway, sorry if this is a really basic question and thanks for any input.
Began @ 6.25 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Now @ 7.00 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Goal: 8.0 NBPEL X 6.00 EG