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I guess I’m an oddball. I have a low erection angle (points straight out), my BPSFL is 5/8” longer than my last measured BPEL, and I have what feels like a thin ribbon between my CCs when I stretch. At some point, I’ll start doing upward fulcrum stretches to try and lift my angle, but I have no idea if it’ll work

Ive now stretched this way.all.day…feels.like i can easily stretch about an inch more this way with no discomfort….ie. way stretchier


Goal 7.5 x 6.5

Start 4/22 6 x 5.25 BG

Current 11/22 6 x 5.5 BG 4-7/8" MG

Originally Posted by XL.com

I’ve now stretched this way.all.day.feels.like I can easily stretch about an inch more this way with no discomfort.ie. Way stretchier

20°, eh? It’s hard for me to say exactly, because I’d lay in the bed with my upper body propped up, but that sounds fairly close to the angle I used for upward stretches. Maybe a little higher, but not by a lot. I also did pump-handle stretches quite a bit. Neither one affected my erection angle like I wanted, but it may be the reason I don’t have the cord. I did a lot of different stretches to keep things varied and work different areas; if it gave a good pull on something that felt tight, I’d use it until that tightness loosened up, and then find the next tight area. I really wish I could find something to get me pointed upward, though.

Originally Posted by FixerUpper
20°, eh? It’s hard for me to say exactly, because I’d lay in the bed with my upper body propped up, but that sounds fairly close to the angle I used for upward stretches. Maybe a little higher, but not by a lot. I also did pump-handle stretches quite a bit. Neither one affected my erection angle like I wanted, but it may be the reason I don’t have the cord. I did a lot of different stretches to keep things varied and work different areas; if it gave a good pull on something that felt tight, I’d use it until that tightness loosened up, and then find the next tight area. I really wish I could find something to get me pointed upward, though.

I actually slowly move up and.down like a seesaw about 10 degrees each way every 45 or seconds.

Its a little bit more than 20 id say….still totally new.and.relaxed feeling.

Not sure about pointing upwards…Ive always had a high erectiin angle….almost parallel with my body…good and bad some.sex.positions….gotta be careful not to bend that sucker the wrong way


Goal 7.5 x 6.5

Start 4/22 6 x 5.25 BG

Current 11/22 6 x 5.5 BG 4-7/8" MG

Originally Posted by XL.com
I actually slowly move up and.down like a seesaw about 10 degrees each way every 45 or seconds.

Its a little bit more than 20 id say….still totally new.and.relaxed feeling.

Not sure about pointing upwards…Ive always had a high erectiin angle….almost parallel with my body…good and bad some.sex.positions….gotta be careful not to bend that sucker the wrong way


XL we‘ve discussed your lack of adherence to Forum Guidelines posting requirements and I thought you had a clear understanding of the rules and what is expected of every member. I explained why we ask every member to follow posting guidelines: for the benefit of our non english speaking members. Yet here we are having to have the same discussion again, but now in public. Ellipsis are not proper punctuation and not a substitute for a full stop/end of sentence period. The first word of each sentence is to be capitalized. Periods in the middle of a sentence?? This is your last warning.

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Initial: 7” BPEL; 6” NBPEL; 5.25” - 5.5” MEG

Current: 7.75” BPEL; 7.25” NBPEL; 8.5” BPFSL; 6.5” MEG; 6”x5” Flaccid.

Goal: Improved/consistent EQ while managing ED. Secondary: maintain current stats.

Originally Posted by 32quarters
XL we‘ve discussed your lack of adherence to Forum Guidelines posting requirements and I thought you had a clear understanding of the rules and what is expected of every member. I explained why we ask every member to follow posting guidelines: for the benefit of our non english speaking members. Yet here we are having to have the same discussion again, but now in public. Ellipsis are not proper punctuation and not a substitute for a full stop/end of sentence period. The first word of each sentence is to be capitalized. Periods in the middle of a sentence?? This is your last warning.

Style and Language requirements of the Forum Guidelines:
-Save the slang for another forum! Use you instead of u and your instead of ur. Also 2 does not mean to or too. Got the idea?? Good !!!
-Capitalize the first word of your post title.
-Capitalize the first word of each sentence. Though it may be artsy and creative to start a sentence with a lower case letter, in this venue it is not preferred.
-End each sentence with a period or appropriate punctuation.

-Use paragraph breaks for longer posts. It’s very hard for members to read a post that goes on at length without them.
-Don’t get into the habit of capitalizing complete words or entire sentences.
-Avoid excessive use of … or —- in your posts. There are times it is appropriate. However, often, a period or semi-colon to break a thought and start a new one works just as well and is easier to read.
-Please re-read your post before submitting to check for spelling errors - we have included a spell checker for your convenience, please use it!

Noted. Again, there are much larger issues in the world than our disagreement on your lack of understanding of ellipsis use. Specifically concerning the journal style comment which is typical here. Ive reported your lack of evenhandedness with your cop like mentality towards whom you decide needs a talkin to.

Now what….Im in trouble with you because I have a brain?


Goal 7.5 x 6.5

Start 4/22 6 x 5.25 BG

Current 11/22 6 x 5.5 BG 4-7/8" MG

Originally Posted by XL.com
I actually slowly move up and. Down like a seesaw about 10 degrees each way every 45 or seconds.

Its a little bit more than 20 id say.. Still totally new.and.relaxed feeling.

Not sure about pointing upwards.. I’ve always had a high erectiin angle.. Almost parallel with my body.. Good and bad some.sex.positions.gotta be careful not to bend that sucker the wrong way

I’ve had a low angle since I can remember. Its a real killjoy when it comes to some positions that require hands-free penetration.

Originally Posted by XL.com
Noted. Again, there are much larger issues in the world than our disagreement on your lack of understanding of ellipsis use. Specifically concerning the journal style comment which is typical here. Ive reported your lack of evenhandedness with your cop like mentality towards whom you decide needs a talkin to.

Now what….Im in trouble with you because I have a brain?


That maybe the case in the outside world but you were warned and continued to break a rule. Enjoy your break.

Originally Posted by igigi
ATTENTION EVERYONE:

For all those following the US technology, reading these threads, preparing to follow your own therapy and preparing to buy a US machine, if you decide to buy the US Pro 2000, there are two types. US Pro 2000 and US Pro 2000 2nd Edition.

YOU MUST GET THE US Pro 2000 2nd Edition. Only the 2nd Edition functions in continuous mode. The standard US Pro 2000 works only on pulse mode which would be useless for our purpose.

I discovered this little detail during my research, getting closer and closer to start, since this piece of equipment is portable it has limited configurations. Only a bigger desktop expensive equipment will allow you to chose pulse or continuous.

Again, if you decide to buy the same portable transducer that Kyrpa based his research on, make sure you buy the US Pro 2000 2nd edition.


Like that?

From A Physics Standpoint

Originally Posted by Tweaking
djrobins, I always had the chord since before I ever began PE. The only length gains I ever saw came from a 2 to 3 week period in which I consistently did IR heated fulcrum hanging everyday (just about), that is, up until my TDP near light IR lamp broke. Since then I got a Phillips lamp but hadn’t been consistent with it, 2 weeks ago I started getting consistent and, you know what, then I dropped it and it broke too. So now I’ve ordered a telescopic/bendy desk-clamp arm which can support 100W globes and bought an IR globe from the petshop, once it comes I’ll be able to use IR heat more efficaciously than previously possible.

In summary, I haven’t had any new results but that’s to be expected since one thing or another has prevented me from a good routine. My desk clamp should arrive soon and I expect to start seeing gains from possibly 2 weeks onwards from using it.

Bruna, to be honest I’m not sure one way or another. Water will definitely increase the speed of the cooling of the tissue, and that my be a good thing. What I’ve always based this heating/cooling technique on were the results of a paper I read, which I think is posted on Thunders somewhere (can’t remember where though!), which basically stated that it is the period when collagen tissue cools still in the elongated state where the fibres actually re-arrange themselves (plastic deformation).

The paper also said that ideally, tissue that is elongated for a long period of time under smaller force (tension) is superior to using greater force for short periods of time. It did not, however talk about whether the speed of cooling had an impact, and I don’t know anything of bio-physics to be able to say one way or another. You could try it though, it’ll certainly speed up the process. I’d recommend using an icepack wrapped in a tea-towel, that’d be easier I think.

I’m fairly new to PE but I do have a background with n engineering. Material science taught me that the nature of virtually any substance changes depending on pressure and temperature. The quality of the final product does depend heavily on how fast or slow it cools down. It’s not biology or physiology but it is physics and chemistry which are the main constituents of both fields imo

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