Wrapping is more important than I believed
As stupid as it might seem, wrapping is one of the key factors at hanging. A good wrap will make, virtually, any hanger work and do the difference between a nice hanging session and one of the worst twenty minutes of your life. If you have wrapped properly, your hanger will merely have to grip on the external plastic portion of your wrap and it will not have to be tight, allowing for a reasonable circulation of blood without putting all the weight on the skin. On the other hand, a bad wrap, or no wrap at all, will need the hanger to be too tight or to put all the weight on the skin. It sound obvious but it is not. If I am here, taking my time to underline this subject it’s just because it took me more than a year to realize how important wrapping was. By hanging wrongly, I have developed a huge amount of skin and little penis growth, that was good to keep up my motivation and awareness of the fact that hanging works, but sort of disappointing too, as I now realize I could have invested my time and efforts much better if only I had given wrapping the due attention. A good wrap must be able to grab the inner portion of your penis and not skin only, as skin is tough enough to hold a lot of weight, believe it or not. Having to choose between a wrap that is too tight and one that is too loose, I now would choose the first one, as I would know that, even if I have to unwrap every session, and make my session short, I would be concentrating my efforts on my inner penis ad not on my skin. If you are uncut, as I am, this is the most challenging obstacle with hanging. Even if you are circumcised the skin will easily be an issue, but it is easier for a cut guy to understand what I am talking about as he would notice immediately the change in his skin. In conclusion, Bib’s instructions about wrapping are right, and must be given great attention.