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Only time I've seen a guy report of such a thing was when his penis was severely fatigued from hanging (or manual stretching /Penis Enlargement for that matter) and he kept at it anyway without taking a day off. I also seem to recall maybe ONE case of a guy having erection problems (out of the many hundred hangers I've met online over the last 5 years or so) from hanging when he was seemingly ignoring advice given on hanging and using unsafe methods.
 

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gorilla,

I can only go by personal experience. A few times, when I overdid it somewhat, I would have a more difficult time gettng rock hard. But usually, if I knew I would need to perform, I would cut my hang time a little short so I would have more recovery time.

Even at my most vigorous times of hanging , I still could perform. It is somewhat like any other type of body workout. You would not do a full lifting routine before a lifting competition. A little common sense goes a long way.

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Bib said:
gorilla,

I can only go by personal experience. A few times, when I overdid it somewhat, I would have a more difficult time gettng rock hard. But usually, if I knew I would need to perform, I would cut my hang time a little short so I would have more recovery time.

Even at my most vigorous times of hanging , I still could perform. It is somewhat like any other type of body workout. You would not do a full lifting routine before a lifting competition. A little common sense goes a long way.

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okay, thanks. just out of curiousity, how much was overdoing it for you?
 

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gorilla,

>just out of curiousity, how much was overdoing it for you?<

It would depend on the day, and the amount of stress on previous days. IOW, if I was riding a good period of fatigue, then I would need to cut the present workout really short to perform at peak. If I was not in fatigue, then I could almost have a normal all day hanging session, and not be affected.

You really have to get in tune with your unit, learn to read what it is telling you, and understand what the work will do.

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Bib said:
gorilla,

>just out of curiousity, how much was overdoing it for you?<

It would depend on the day, and the amount of stress on previous days. IOW, if I was riding a good period of fatigue, then I would need to cut the present workout really short to perform at peak. If I was not in fatigue, then I could almost have a normal all day hanging session, and not be affected.

You really have to get in tune with your unit, learn to read what it is telling you, and understand what the work will do.

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okay, thanks. btw, you hang all day?
 

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Bib said:
gorilla,

I used to hang from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, five days per week. I do not hang anymore.

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omg! that's 9 hours a day! what weight did you hang usually? and why did you stop?

i have one other question. for a beginner hanger , i know the amount of weight should be low, but does the amount of time hanging matter as well? can a beginner hang for, lets say, 3 hours/day right off the bat if the weight is low?
 
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gorilla,

>omg! that's 9 hours a day!<

Actually, that includes warmup time, wrap time, breaks, etc. But it was many sets. I worked up to hanging this amount of time over about a six month period.

>what weight did you hang usually?<

I started at five pounds, began gaining at about 7.5 lbs. Then over a couple of years, reached my final max weight of 45 lbs. I spent a lot of time between 17.5 lbs and 22.5 lbs.

>and why did you stop?<

My wife said that was enough, and she was very serious.

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Bib said:
gorilla,

>omg! that's 9 hours a day!<

Actually, that includes warmup time, wrap time, breaks, etc. But it was many sets. I worked up to hanging this amount of time over about a six month period.

>what weight did you hang usually?<

I started at five pounds, began gaining at about 7.5 lbs. Then over a couple of years, reached my final max weight of 45 lbs. I spent a lot of time between 17.5 lbs and 22.5 lbs.

>and why did you stop?<

My wife said that was enough, and she was very serious.

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awesome, thanks! btw, i edited my last post that you replied to already (you must have been in the process of writing already when i edited it). can you answer the one question i added? thanks again.
 

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gorilla,

>i have one other question. for a beginner hanger , i know the amount of weight should be low, but does the amount of time hanging matter as well? can a beginner hang for, lets say, 3 hours/day right off the bat if the weight is low?<

The amount of time hanging does matter. But it is a function of the amount of weight used. The reason you should move slowly in time and weight is that if you make a big jump in either, it is more likely that you will injure yourself. An injury only serves to delay reaching your goals.

Penis Enlargement is a marathon, not a sprint. You may make quick early gains, but the majority of the time, the daily stress is what causes the permanent plastic deformation of the tissues, and it takes a while.

In general, a guy can start out at low weights for two or three sets. Then, I recommend adding sets slowly, perhaps one per week, until you reach the amount of privacy time you have available in a day.

Then, each week, you can add a lb or two until you reach your MAX weight. MAX weight is the LOWEST amount of weight that will bring on fatigue, and cause you to have to LOWER the weight in subsequent sets.

Example: You may start out at three sets of five lbs. in the first week. You have three hours of multi-tasking time in which to hang, which is six sets. So, over the next three weeks, you add a set each week. Then, in the forth week, you go up to six lbs for your six sets. For the example, lets say that the six pounds has no observable effect.

Then, in your fifth week, you go up to 7.5 lbs. But, during this fifth week, you find that at 7.5 lbs, you reach fatigue and are sore. Do NOT grit your teeth and fight it, but lower the weight back to say five lbs. You have established that 7.5 lbs is your MAX weight.

Now, you may or may not be able to return to 7.5 lbs while you are in the fatigued state. This is what I mean when I say you must learn to read your body, and understand what is happening. Fatigue, soreness is an indication of deformation. You will have applied enough stress to cause controlled damage. Try to ride this fatigue, keep the tissues in a deforming state.

The next day, after resting overnight, you will probably be able to return to 7.5 lbs, but perhaps not. If 7.5 is too much, then use five lbs. Ride the fatigue. Keep trying to return to your max weight of 7.5 lbs, but do not fight it.

At some point, this hypothetical weight, in the example 7.5 lbs, will no longer provide fatigue. It will no longer be your MAX weight. So you will have to continue to move up slowly, say 8.5 lbs., and determine the affect.

Make sense?

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Bib said:
gorilla,

>i have one other question. for a beginner hanger , i know the amount of weight should be low, but does the amount of time hanging matter as well? can a beginner hang for, lets say, 3 hours/day right off the bat if the weight is low?<

The amount of time hanging does matter. But it is a function of the amount of weight used. The reason you should move slowly in time and weight is that if you make a big jump in either, it is more likely that you will injure yourself. An injury only serves to delay reaching your goals.

Penis Enlargement is a marathon, not a sprint. You may make quick early gains, but the majority of the time, the daily stress is what causes the permanent plastic deformation of the tissues, and it takes a while.

In general, a guy can start out at low weights for two or three sets. Then, I recommend adding sets slowly, perhaps one per week, until you reach the amount of privacy time you have available in a day.

Then, each week, you can add a lb or two until you reach your MAX weight. MAX weight is the LOWEST amount of weight that will bring on fatigue, and cause you to have to LOWER the weight in subsequent sets.

Example: You may start out at three sets of five lbs. in the first week. You have three hours of multi-tasking time in which to hang, which is six sets. So, over the next three weeks, you add a set each week. Then, in the forth week, you go up to six lbs for your six sets. For the example, lets say that the six pounds has no observable effect.

Then, in your fifth week, you go up to 7.5 lbs. But, during this fifth week, you find that at 7.5 lbs, you reach fatigue and are sore. Do NOT grit your teeth and fight it, but lower the weight back to say five lbs. You have established that 7.5 lbs is your MAX weight.

Now, you may or may not be able to return to 7.5 lbs while you are in the fatigued state. This is what I mean when I say you must learn to read your body, and understand what is happening. Fatigue, soreness is an indication of deformation. You will have applied enough stress to cause controlled damage. Try to ride this fatigue, keep the tissues in a deforming state.

The next day, after resting overnight, you will probably be able to return to 7.5 lbs, but perhaps not. If 7.5 is too much, then use five lbs. Ride the fatigue. Keep trying to return to your max weight of 7.5 lbs, but do not fight it.

At some point, this hypothetical weight, in the example 7.5 lbs, will no longer provide fatigue. It will no longer be your MAX weight. So you will have to continue to move up slowly, say 8.5 lbs., and determine the affect.

Make sense?

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Bib , you are the man. words don't express my appreciation for your help. this cleared a lot of things up for me.
one thing i wasn't sure about was the 3 hours being only 6 sets? if the sets are 20 minutes a piece then wouldn't there be 9 sets in 3 hours of hanging ? maybe it was a typo or are the length of the sets supposed to be longer?
 

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as a matter of fact, i think this thread should be stickied or something b/c this is excellent info.
 

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gorilla,

>one thing i wasn't sure about was the 3 hours being only 6 sets? if the sets are 20 minutes a piece then wouldn't there be 9 sets in 3 hours of hanging ? maybe it was a typo or are the length of the sets supposed to be longer?<

No, you should take about a ten minute break in between sets to restore circulation, do a little light jelqing . You do not even have to unwrap. Jelq around the wrap , and behind the balls, BTB.

Some guys take shorter breaks, but there should be some time. I tried to average two sets per hour when I was hanging .

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