How to use Penis Weights
Some very experienced users find they are able to begin hanging with as much as 10lbs. However, it’s strongly recommended you only use 2.5lbs to 5lbs when first starting out, along with 3x to 4x 20 minute hanging sessions. If you’re not an experienced user, you shouldn’t be hanging. If you decide to hang without proper conditioning, you should start with only 2.5lbs and perhaps only 2x sets. And if you’re at a lower weight such as 2.5lbs, you should only be increasing weight in increments of .5lbs, and perhaps you should limit yourself to adding 1/2lb per week max, until you reach 5lbs. With experienced hangers, it’s safe to add up to 1lb per week, but this should still be done in 1/2lb increments too. Don’t rush too fast, give yourself time. Enjoy the gains you can experience while hanging at lower weights, since eventually you’ll need to use more and more weight to make smaller and smaller gains.
The more experienced you become, the more conditioned your penis will become. You don’t want your tunica and ligaments turning to steel overnight. The idea is to use the least weight possible while still reaching fatigue. Less is more; this is not a weightlifting competition. Don’t be ashamed of using less weight. I started at 2.5lbs, and I stayed at the lower weights as long as possible. Trust your feelings, and don’t push yourself to the point of injury. Eventually the gains will come with hanging as long as you don’t get injured. On the other hand, an injury could prematurely end your glorious hanging career.
Your first routine should look something like this:
- 5 to 10 minute warm-up (rice-sock)
- 5lbs to 5lbs (Test at the lighter weight first, stop adding weight if there’s any pain)
- Reduce weight if needed during subsequent sets.
- 3x or 4x 20 minute hanging sets (don’t be afraid to end your set early if something feels wrong
- 10 minute breaks between sets, use light jelqs, massage, or slap your penis on your leg to restore circulation.
This is a good time to inspect your penis for any marks or pinches. Sometimes you visually see bruises before you can feel them. Often a minor injury implies a problem with your technique, or simply too much weight. If you realize your wrap is too tight, this is also a good time to re-wrap.
- 5 to 10 minute warm-down
So, that is your starting point. Remember to take every single precaution when beginning these exercises and give yourself plenty of time to adjust to your new routine. Make sure you take your rest days, just as you would with any exercise and listen to your own body. If your penis is telling you that what you’re doing is wrong, then it most likely is. Don’t risk injury!