Stillwantmore's "Grip Assist" for manual stretching....

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Very simple thing here gents. I made this, this morning in about 5 minutes. It's very similar to the top insert piece on the DIY BIB modified hanger . Refer to the DIY thread in the hangers forum:

Modified BIB

Note, the piece I'm referring to is called "New piece" in the diagrams. Pretty fool proof on how to make it plus, there are instructions. You are only making that piece by the way. I highly recommend you use the same type of hose that I show in the following pics. You can find it at any decent hardware store on big rolls. I dont know what it is called but, just look for it and youll find it. Or, simply ask if they carry any of that clear vinyle hose with the white nylon braided into it. So, the piece I made is about 2.5" long and I removed a little less from the back of it than suggested in the original instructions. I used the 1.5" Inside Diameter hose. Refer to the pics and you'll see that it's very simple. I wrapped with the usual Ace sport wrap . You dont need to wrap much...I wrapped around twice. Just enough to protect the skin. It's a latex, stretchy and self adhesive wrap . Once you have the piece made, youre wrapped, and you put the piece on, you simply grip tightly with your whole hand and pull. I dont like doing bundled stretches with it but, you might. The advantage to using this grip aid is that you can pull more easily with your whole hand and, the pressure is better applied to the sides of the glans. I came up with this idea to help me get a better grip when doing my lig stretches . It works very well for that purpose! Now I can pull more strongly and with my entire hand more easily rather than using just my thumb and first 2 or 3 fingers.
 

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Very cool Still! Too bad you still have to wrap with it. Since yesterday, I've been planning to wrap with the self adhesive Ace bandage for manual stretches and I think it will work fine. Looks exactly like what you show except without the PVC.
 
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Sounds like jolly good fun...or something like that. Anywho, I may give this a shot in the near future... congrats on the discovery Still, you're a true visionary! :D
 
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I've also experimented with stretches using a wrap . The way I did it was after some hanging , I left the wrap on and did some stretches as a "finishing touch," so to speak. It worked good on downward stretches (for ligs, because it doesn't matter if you grip much of the shaft).
But for tunica work, it would offer limited benefits.
 
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Originally posted by WaxN
I've also experimented with stretches using a wrap . The way I did it was after some hanging , I left the wrap on and did some stretches as a "finishing touch," so to speak. It worked good on downward stretches (for ligs, because it doesn't matter if you grip much of the shaft).
But for tunica work, it would offer limited benefits.
Yea man, thats' pretty much what I have seen using this method. It's just one more option.
 
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