5 Things You Can Do To Get A Bigger Penis
If your reading this then you are most likely searching around the web to see if penis enlargement and penis stretching is a real thing and if so, what are the most effective ways to make your penis bigger.
Today we will discuss 5 things you can do to get a bigger penis. I am going to cover some basic beginner exercises and a few advanced methods. The Basics never go out of style and are great for beginners and as warms ups for guys that are PE veterans.
The 5 Things You Can Do For A Bigger Penis
1. Manual Stretching
3. Penis Weight Hanging
The goal is to hang a significant amount of weight from the penis for short periods of time in order to stretch the penis.
When beginning penis weight hanging you will need to start at a low weight and progress to higher weights over time.
Everyone has different weight tolerances so there is no standard. Some guys will start at 2 pounds and max out at 6 pounds and see great results. Other guys will start at 5 pounds no problem and not see results until the get over 10 pounds.
4. Penis Stretching
The idea behind penis stretching with penis stretchers is lower tension then weight hanging but for longer amounts of time.
Some guys wear stretchers for 8 to 10 hours per day to get results. Another option is to use a stretcher as a supplemental exercise along with a hanging program.
5. Penis Clamping
Penis clamping is very simple and basic, but is also an advanced exercise that takes practice and commitment to master.
The idea behind clamping is very similar to jelqing except rather than continually tracking the blood up the shaft over and over to stretch the wall of the penis, you are trapping the blood for long periods of time with the clamp.
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