When we think about increasing our cock size we usually think penis pump, extender, and possibly a couple manual exercises referred to as jelqing; but when guys really get into penis enlargement they sometimes turn to methods that are far less common.
Weight hanging, clamping, and wrapping are some of the techniques that we are going to talk about here. Like pumping and extending, these more extreme techniques attempt to forcibly expand and stretch certain areas of the penis. The corpora cavernosa and tunica are two such areas that are critical to enlargement and when properly worked, can develop micro-tears that eventually result in additional size.
For most of us, getting a bigger penis boils down to convenience and safety; this is why a Bathmate or Penomet pump and a SizeGenetics extender would be suitable. Yet for those who are interested in advanced exercises or simply want to take things to another level, keep reading!
Please do not mistake this article as an endorsement or recommendation for any of the techniques mentioned here. The following exercises can be dangerous if not done correctly and without proper experience and conditioning!
WEIGHT HANGING. Essentially this is just like it sounds – hanging some type of weight from the penis in order to stretch it beyond its normal limits. Hanging is done when flaccid not erect. The goal here is to gain length by stretching the suspensory ligament and critical internal parts of the penis such as the corpora cavernosa and surrounding tunica.
Weight hanging is actually very old and has been used in certain cultures for many years. Experts claim that this is one of the most effective approaches to enlargement. Gaining an inch or more in length is fairly easy; yet, it’s an art and takes many months of dedication. You also have to really pay attention to know how much weight you can add and when it’s time to take a break. While it seems straight-forward enough, great care must be taken in order to avoid injury to the penis.
This technique requires doing the hanging in sets, where each set lasts for a certain amount of time. A set might last for 10 to 20 minutes depending upon how much weight is used. The amount of weight used varies and depends on conditioning and experience. A beginner might only start with one or two pounds while a pro might be using 20 or more pounds. After each set the penis is given several minutes of rest to restore circulation and allow it to return to a normal state.
Obviously, the weights have to have some way of being attached to your manhood and the idea is to distribute the force across the length of the penis. To help accomplish that, there are vacuum hangers, clamp hangers, sleeves, and nooses that all offer a simple way of attaching the weights.
Weights can be anything from body-building weights, scale type weights, to iron balls. It doesn’t matter what kind of weight you use as long as you can add it in small increments – like 1 to 1.5 pounds.
They say that there should be no pain when hanging and it’s critical to listen to what your body is telling you to avoid injury. It’s a long process that takes time and dedication but the rewards can be significant!
CLAMPING. This is an advanced exercise that’s definitely not for everyone. Great care must be taken when clamping to avoid broken blood vessels or cell damage. The idea is to place a tight clamp at the base of the penis while erect. Then Kegel or PC muscle exercises are used to slowly pump more blood into the penis. When done correctly, the flow of blood is restricted and can only enter – not exit. As more and more blood is trapped inside the penis, it’s forced to expand beyond its normal limits. Over time, permanent gains in girth can be realized.
Clamping would be part of a daily enlargement routine in lieu of a penis pump. It’s a girth building exercise that some believe to be more effective than pumping. Even though you can come close to accomplishing the same thing with a penis pump, it’s said that through clamping, the penis can achieve higher internal pressures.
There aren’t many manufacturers selling this type of product probably due to liability concerns. The most common clamp in use is a cable clamp found in a hardware store. It has an opening that’s the proper shape for use on the penis.
In addition to the clamp would be a wrap of some sort that is placed on your penis before the clamp. The wrap is for comfort and to reduce slippage and can be a bandage or any thin strip of cloth.
There are also air clamps that work similarly to an arm band used to take blood pressure. You simply put the Velcro band around your hard-on and then pressurize it with a hand-ball pump.
Clamping for 10 minutes is adequate time. Too long or to the point of numbness or coldness is bad news.
WRAPPING. After stretching and expanding the penis, it may be a good idea to keep it in an extended state while it heals and recovers from being stressed. This is where wrapping comes into play. Since your cock will tend to turtle or shrink in size after being submitted to strenuous exercise, a snug wrap will keep it from doing so and help cement your gains.
The way you accomplish this is simple: you use a self-adhering medical bandage or a thin cloth and medical tape to wrap the entire shaft of your penis. The wrap should be snug enough to keep the penis in an extended state (not able to shrink in size) but not uncomfortably tight or in any way hindering blood flow. A loss of circulation at this point would be considered counter-productive to the healing and recovery process.
If used alone, wrapping will not add any size. This is because you will not be able get a wrap to provide enough traction force. However, it’s an advanced technique that when used after other methods of enlargement, can help to retain and cement gains in length.
Some guys keep a wrap on at all times when not working the penis. They can wear one for extended periods of time by making sure it’s not overly tight and by taking it off periodically to pee and shower.
As I’ve stated earlier, please use care and good judgment if you decide to try any of these penis building techniques. Go go slow and work your up to the more advanced exercises.