Fatigued = Better Workout?

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Well I had a lot of time to kill today so I spent a lot of it pretty much edging. Now usually when I do this I notice later on that if I do length exercises than it is easier to stay flaccid and get a better workout because he doesn't start getting hard in the middle if my mind starts to wander. However, today due to the extended edging session he was a little fatigued. During my typical length routine everything felt more effective, I don't quite know how to describe it. I could just feel a superior stretch with a solid grip and no discomfort at all, even when I tested him a bit by pulling a little harder than normal.

I would try this more often but it's not many days anymore that I have time like this to wear him down. Although if I get another opportunity like this I'll definitely have to give it a shot!

Now I've read that in hanging the objective is to get to a point of fatigue and THEN proceed to do the exercises that will activate the lengthening process, but is this possible with manual exercises as well?
 

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Cybershot said:
Now I've read that in hanging the objective is to get to a point of fatigue and THEN proceed to do the exercises that will activate the lengthening process, but is this possible with manual exercises as well?
I think this is possible without reaching the point of fatigue using DLD Blasters. The point in reaching fatigue is so there is little to no resistance from the PC muscles therefore allowing the ligs and tunica to be successfully stretched. When some does BLASTERS during there stretching session they are essentially bypassing the PC Muscles by engaging in a REVERSE KEGEL. A REVERSE KEGEL is a total un-flex of the PC Muscles and produces the same effect as a pre-fatigue of the PC Muscles. Aside from traditional stretching BLASTERS can be done while hanging too.
 
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