Difficulty with Blasters

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Does anyone else have difficulty doing the DLD Blasters? My D is about 7.5 BPenis EnlargementL, but I feel like I can barely grip it in the A stretch position. Once I lever my wrist against it I quickly loose the grip. I'm leery of gripping too hard due some recent purple spots on the head (that's bad, correct?). I don't use any grip aid for any other stretching . Maybe that will work...and practice. Additionally, I don't really feel much stretching going on with this exercise. Probably due to my poor technique. Coments?
 
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for grip, use a single piece of toilet paper, just wrap it around where you're gripping, it really makes a difference and you don't have to grip that hard (avoid the purple spots)
 
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Something I've had success with is Baby Powder, but still I sometimes experience some difficulty with my grip :/ What I do is I get a little erect so my glands fills up and grip is back! That's just my way of doing it :)
 
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hangh said:
Something I've had success with is Baby Powder, but still I sometimes experience some difficulty with my grip :/ What I do is I get a little erect so my glands fills up and grip is back! That's just my way of doing it :)
I agree - that's what I do as well. Furthermore, there are variations of the A-stretch . I can't get into an A-stretch , so I modify it a bit and grip/pull is more powerful.
 

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DLD's "A-Stretch" Modifield

The DLD "A-STRETCH " is now possible for anyone to do. Thanks to RB's modified version this important stretch to the Blaster can be done by all. Here is an illustration showing how to get into the Modified A-Stretch . Once engaged follow the DLD Blaster Thread for instruction to the Blasters. The arrows shown in the illustration represent the ability to use the pipe as a lever.
 

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In a traditonal A-stretch You use the thin side of your wrist right? At first I was using the top of my wrist and that was hard to get a good grip, but now its fine, am i doing it right?
 
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