Low angle manual stretching for base girth gains
For the most part of my PE career, I’ve been stretching in 5 directions (SD, SO, SU, OTL left and right). In other words, only 20% of my stretching was low angle (i.e. for ligaments), other 80% were high angle (i.e. for tunica).
Only recently have I added BTC stretching to my routine (early November 2010 - 3 months ago) and focused on exclusively low angles (BTC and SD) (mid December 2010 - 2 months ago).
I never kept track of my BEG, but I recall it was around 12 cm (4.72”) when I was starting out, maybe even a bit less, while my starting MSEG was 12.5 cm (4.92”).
I’ve been focused on length since start and I never did much girth work (apart from short clamping experiment and some pumping).
Yesterday I measured both BEG and MSEG and they’re equal and precisely 5” (12.7 cm).
This is not my peak MSEG, I remember measuring up to 13 cm (5.12”), but that was during my clamping experiment (I’m talking about unclamped girth, of course). I suppose that’s lost because I didn’t clamp for more than a month and a half, probably insufficient time to cement.
However, my BEG is lately noticeably bigger, even when flaccid. For a long time one of my goals with PE has been not only to change the size of my penis, but also the shape of it. As it turns out, I’ve gone from baseball bat shape to even girth even before I started working on girth. :) This will make things much easier for me.
I know it’s common knowledge around here that hanging increases base girth, but looks like my case is proof that it’s possible with manual stretching as well.