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All you hangers chime in and share your expriences, the hanging forum has been a little dead latey. If you have any problems or tips share them ,we need to keep hanging alive at MOS, hanging rocks!

I've been V-hanging and have worked my way to hanging 15kgs (33 pounds) for 1 or 2 sets then drop down 2kilos and so on, i recommend v-hanging ..very good for heavy duty hanging .. i also mix it up with BTC hanging .

http://www.mattersofsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3703&highlight=v-hanging

Also for people looking for an dirt cheap ADS i recommend Stillwantmore's caple clamp ADS , i wear it after hanging and can wear it all day without problems.

http://www.mattersofsize.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5258

There got to be more hangers out there, talk up boys!
 
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I would chime in but anyone can already read all my experiences and tips and such here and in the progress reports/routines forum.
 
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I'll chime in with a reminder to use heat in your hanging routine, fellers.

Prior to hanging , thoroughly warm your ligs and tunica (I like a heated rice sock).
Keep heat applied for the first half of each set and finsh the set without heat.
Use no heat at all on your last set.

Moist heat is preferable to dry heat - that is why so many like the rice sock: Moisture is absorbed into the rice as it is nuked. The rice then releases this moisture as it cools.
Cheap and efficient.

--Captn Chime In
 
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CaptnHook said:
I'll chime in with a reminder to use heat in your hanging routine, fellers.

Prior to hanging , thoroughly warm your ligs and tunica (I like a heated rice sock).
Keep heat applied for the first half of each set and finsh the set without heat.
Use no heat at all on your last set.

Moist heat is preferable to dry heat - that is why so many like the rice sock: Moisture is absorbed into the rice as it is nuked. The rice then releases this moisture as it cools.
Cheap and efficient.

--Captn Chime In
Rice Socks ROCK!!! I use them every night, I actually made about 10 of them. I gave some to family but they use them for sore muscles and cold nights. I bought 25lbs of rice at a wholesale store for $4 It made a "S" load of sacks/socks
 
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Smart man CT! I made a few for the family too, :D. They use them for cold morning car rides, aches and pains, etc - but the bottom line is that it explains away why I always have one lying on my desk in both my home office and at my studio.

25 lbs? :idea:
 
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Smart man CT! I made a few for the family too, :D. They use them for cold morning car rides, aches and pains, etc - but the bottom line is that it explains away why I always have one lying on my desk in both my home office and at my studio.

25 lbs? :idea:
yep 25Lbs its super cheap at Sams/Costcos/BJs/whicheverwholesaleclub!! I gave them out at Christmas, saved me a bunch of running around and buying cheap junk for everyone.

You gotta love the dual usage :D! I wish it was as easy to hide my growing Penis Enlargement museum!! Its no where's near Supras but it is leaning torwards its own box in the closet.
 

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