Tunica and Ligs

BIGPimpin

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can somebody explain the difference to me and tell me what excercises work what? is it better to work the ligs or the tunica?
Thanks
 
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Take one hand and pull out on the head, and feel the shaft with the other, the hard thin cord you should feel is your ligs. this is over simplified but is the most basic way to explain it. You will have to stretch both to do you any good. ligs generally respond to Manuel stretches or hanging . tunica should grow some from some kinds of girth work plus do a search for dld's foot long stretch , this will also help
 

BIGPimpin

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so the ligs are whats in the shaft itself and the tunica would be the muscle mass attaching it your pubic bone basicly?
 

Matt

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longTom said:
Take one hand and pull out on the head, and feel the shaft with the other, the hard thin cord you should feel is your ligs.
This is not correct.
That hard thin cord is the septum. It is the part of the tunica where the seperate tunicae of the three chambers (2 cc's and the cs) join.
Please note, you will not necceasrily feel this thin cord as for some guys, the tunica as a whole takes a greater proportion of the stress, rather than just the septum.

Something else to think about...the tunica has a tensile strength greater than for steel.

The ligs attach the tunica ( and hence the penis) to the pubic bone. There are two ligs at play. The fundiform and suspensory lig. If you have a high erection angle and then pull your hard on down, you will feel the stress in the fundiform lig. The suspenseory lig is attach to the pubic bone, wraps around the penis and then back up to the bone like a sling.
Hanging or stretching SD or BTC hits the ligs so well because the ligs hold the penis up.

To be honest, I am a little surprised at the misconseptions many guys have about the ligs and the tunica
 

Matt

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Basic exercises to work the tunica or ligs are rather simple.
Stretching down or BTC will hit the ligs almost exclusively
Streching or hanging SO or OTS will hit the tunica almost excusively.
It is that simple. People will want to try and complicate it, but that is it in a nut shell.
 
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Wait till I catch the fool who lied to me!!!!!!! >:(
Is my face red?? :blush:
 

Matt

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Hey cool Bro!
Thats what we are here for...to learn from each other!
 

gorillaunit

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Matt said:
Something else to think about...the tunica has a tensile strength greater than for steel.
By this statement, do you mean that the tunica is more resistant to stretching than steel? I'd like to know where you read this?
 
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