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First, hanging weights is a very simple
concept that has actually existed practically, since man had a penis. The first methods
started with using rocks and vines braided into ropes to attach the rocks to the penis.
Men would hang these rocks from their penises and over time, their penises would get larger. Of course, this is not the safest method for hanging weights. Thank goodness
for modern advances and devices such as Malehanger.
The next thing to understand about hanging is that you are stretching the tissues of
your penis. The goal being to stretch these tissues as close to daily as possible.
Eventually, forcing these tissues to stretch beyond the “point of no return”. This is a
concept that is well known in the body piercing community. Many of you have seen
people with their earlobes stretched to very large sizes. Once an earlobe is stretched
beyond a certain point, only corrective surgery will return it to anywhere near the size
it used to be. This is a very simplified explanation of what you are doing with hanging
Hanging weights will not always be completely comfortable. In fact, there will be
many times over the course of your hanging “career” that you will experience quite a
bit of discomfort. This needs to be understood from the beginning. Many men only
associate their penis with pleasure. Now that you are hanging weights and committed
to a larger penis, you must learn to accept some feelings of discomfort from your
penis. There is a big difference between discomfort and pain. At no time should you
ever feel pain while hanging weights with your Malehanger. If you do feel pain at any
time, get on the Malehangerlive support chat and share what you are doing and get
some help so we can fine-tune your technique and get you back on track.
During your first few weeks of hanging weights, you will be adapting your penis to
the new sensations associated with this method of enlargement. You will probably not
see any size increases for at least 2 months. This is because, you are getting your penis
used to hanging weights and also fine-tuning your technique. If you follow the
examples outlined here, you will see size increases and over time, be able to gain the size you desire.
I cannot tell you “when” you will gain, but you will. There is simply no way to predict when you will gain. It IS known that hanging weights works. All penises are basically the same
from a physiological standpoint. Therefore, all men have a similar potential to increase their
penis size. The main limiting factor is the mans approach and technique. That is where
Malehanger, and the information in this article come in.
Your first few weeks, you will be memorizing how to wrap, place your hanger and
adapting your penis to the new sensations associated with penis weight hanging.
This is not a race. Do not expect any size increases during this time. However, you may see some increases regardless. If you do, congratulations! A total of 20 minutes of hang time
per day is all you need during your first few weeks of hanging. After this
introductory period try to hang at least one more 20 minute set daily and go from there as your daily schedule allows. You don’t need to hang every set back to back.
(Example Hanging Routine)
Please get into the habit from day one of squatting down toward your weights to attach them to Malehanger.
This is an EXAMPLE ROUTINE SHOWING AN EXAMPLE WEIGHT, YOU MAY START WITH LESS WEIGHT LIKE ONE POUND.
Assuming your week starts on Monday, you will begin as shown with 2.5lbs. The idea
is to hang each day of the week with the same weight level. This should not be a
problem at this point with this weight level. The sensation of hanging at first, will feel
unusual, but comfortable. Again, the first few weeks your goal is not a big increase in
weight. Rather, getting used to how you will be doing everything.
Monday: 2.5lbs one set 20 minutes.
Tuesday: 2.5lbs one set 20 minutes.
Wednesday: 2.5lbs one set 20 minutes.
Thursday: 2.5lbs one set 20 minutes.
Friday: 2.5lbs one set 20 minutes.
This is how you will hang your first two weeks. Take the weekend off if you want to.
If you feel like hanging on the weekend and your life permits it, there is no harm in
doing so. One of the great things about the Malehanger program is convenience! It
takes so little time to do your hanging, there is never an excuse to not hang.
Weeks three and four, you will up your weight to 4lbs.
On Monday of the third week start with 4lbs. The goal again, is to hang all week with
the same weight. As you continue to move up in weight you will have days where you
have to hang with a little less weight. That is normal. Repeat the above example using
4lbs each day of the week. Hang the same way again throughout your fourth week. On
Monday of week five, it’s time for another weight increase. You will now move up to
5lbs. This is likely the first week you may face a little difficulty in making it through
the entire week with the same weight. This is good. This means your penis is losing
the adaptation battle. In other words, the hanging is beginning to work. The tissues are
stretching and you are beginning to cause what we will call tissue fatigue. I will
give an example below of how a week like this might look and then offer a solution.
Monday: 5lbs, 20 minutes
Tuesday: 5lbs, 20 minutes
Wednesday: 5lbs, made it through 15 minutes then had to lower the weight to 4lbs.
Thursday: Attempted 5lbs, had too much discomfort in penis, felt like I had to
hang 4lbs. Used 4lbs for 20 minutes.
Friday: Assumed 5lbs would be too heavy based on yesterday, used 4lbs for 20
In the above example the man is most likely encountering a common issue which is
attachment point soreness, or discomfort. The area on his penis where he attaches his
hanger is slightly tender and it makes him feel like he needs to hang with less weight.
He is using less weight than he could be and if he were to continue to keep this
mentality with his hanging routine over time as he continued to move up in weight, he
could be cheating himself of better gain potential. Why? He is not hanging as heavy as
he could be. He is also lowering his weight sooner than he needs to.
What is the solution? A very simple one which my friend (and customer) Dave shared with me a while back. In his honor I am calling this “Dave’s Technique”.
Going back to the above example, on Thursday when the man felt like 5lbs was too
heavy, what he should have done was go ahead and hang the first 5 minutes of his set
with the more comfortable 4lbs. Then, at the 5 minute mark, he will use his hand to
keep forward tension on his hanger, remove the weight continuing to keep forward
tension on his hanger, add ONE pound back to his weight and reattach the weights. (Men
using a slipknot/cord on your weight plates you will find it easier to have separate
cords on each weight plate when using Dave’s Technique. He should now find it
much more comfortable to hang 5lbs, his current heaviest weight.
The best explanation we have for why this technique works so well is that the hanger
sort of numbs the attachment point of the penis. It’s temporary of course. Keeping
forward tension on the hanger tricks your penis into believing you are still hanging
your set. When you add the weight back on, you have snuck on the extra weight.
That is honestly the best way I know how to explain why this technique works. You
will find this technique very useful over the course of your hanging career especially
as you continue to advance in weight.
An example of using Dave’s Technique:
Monday: 5lbs, 20 minutes
Tuesday: 4lbs, 5 minutes, 5lbs 15 minutes
Wednesday: 4lbs 5 minutes, 5lbs 15 minutes
Thursday: 4lbs 5 minutes, 5lbs 15 minutes
Friday: 4lbs 5 minutes, 5lbs 15 minutes
This is a much better week overall. Rather than having to hang at a lower weight his
last two days of the week, the man was able to hang his heaviest weight all week. This
equates to a much better overall stretch and better gain potential as he progresses over
When to move up in weight?
Basically, after week 5, you want to move up in weight every week you can by 1 to 2.5lbs.
Any time you have trouble moving up in weight, use Dave’s Technique. For
example, it’s Monday on week 6 and you are going to attempt 6lbs. You squat down,
attach the 6lbs, and slowly squat up. The weight feels too heavy. No problem. Do
as above keeping forward tension on your hanger. Remove the weight. Lower the
weight to your previous heaviest weight 5lbs. Reattach the weight, hang your first 5
minutes with that weight. After 5 minutes, keep forward tension on your hanger.
Remove the 5lbs, add 1lbs and reattach the 6lbs. You should now find yourself
able to hang the next 15 minutes with 6lbs. Using the above example routine, hang
the rest of your week. You can continue to make progress this way.
Every man is a little different. Some weeks you will not be able to keep moving up in weight and that is normal. The heavier in weight you move up to, the slower your progress will
become. You should be able to move up again when you can hang an entire week with
your heavy weight after your first 5 minutes with the slightly lower weight. Note:
Never use over 5lbs less weight than your heaviest weight. If you do, you are
basically moving backwards and the jump from the lower weight to the heavier
weight will feel too overwhelming.
Thanks for reading!