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This is for all you guys that have fought the septum and won. What the hell is it made out of? How long did you fight with it and what routine finally worked?

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The septum is the juncture of the tunicas that surround the CCs. Each CC is "wrapped" in a sheath of tunica, then both are surrounded by another sheath.

Imagine to hotdogs laying side by side. You are viewing them from the end. Each outer wrapping of the hotdog is the tunica. Now imagine a wrap that binds the two hotdogs together. This is the outer tunica. The triangle area where they band together is called the septum.

Lately I've been doing a move that if I had to call it something it would be a candy cane pull. While standing, pull the excess shaft skin back towards your body with one hand. Then using an overhand (palm down) grip, grasp your penis firmly just behind the head, really grip hard. You don't want the tunica to slide under your grip. Now pull straight out, then up towards your chin, while keeping your palm down. This will put your shaft in a candy cane sort of position. Pull with all your might for as long as you can hold the grip without slipping. Change hands, repeat, as often as possible. Eventually the septum will break down and you won't require as much gripping force to get a good stretch .
 
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Originally posted by RB2
Eventually the septum will break down and you won't require as much gripping force to get a good stretch.
Interresting theory! Did you experience this breaking down already so that you need less force or is it just an idea?

More info please!

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After reading your description again, I think you describe a similar movement as I did in my SHS-thread(just your's w/o the head-engorgement).
I prefer to call it a swan neck. But never experienced some breaking down(?)
 

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Pole, the "breaking down" is based on the hanging concept of fatigue. You apply as much pressure as you comfortably can over an extended time to stress the isolated tissues until they "give", or breakdown. When this occurs, you switch to a lighter weight or pressure to keep the tissues elongated.

I have only started really focusing on the septum within the past few days. I am getting to the point where I can feel a breakdown, but the septum is one tough bitch, and it is realistic to expect it to take several days at maximum pressure to get there. Add the fact that the body starts recovery almost if not immediately in an attempt to repair, rebuild and strengthen the tissues, it's definitely a battle.
 
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Thanks a lot, RB2. I'm very interested in this: I've subscribed to the thread so I can keep updated. Hope you'll post some follow-up.
 

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This is the 4th or 5th day I've been at this. It isn't taking near as much pulling effort to get a good tingling stretch feeling today. Hopefully a positive sign I am working towards fatigue...
 
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I dont know if this is related to this topic but, I have been doing Bundled A stretches every day for a couple weeks now and I can feel them every time I do one.
 

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