OK, this is a bit of a different deal for me. Something I did not do when hanging for gains, but I that I think has great merit. I usually don’t recommend techniques where I do not have a good deal of experience. But this is different.
This was reported to me in an email, by a guy that does not wish to post on the forums. He gave me permission to do with it as I wish. He has hung for seventeen months, and so far has reported making 2 3/8 inches in EBPL. About one inch was made fairly quickly, hanging at the BTC angle, and the rest hanging OTS with and without a fulcrum, and SO with and without a fulcrum.
Now, I tried this out, just because of his comments about the techniques. I do not hang for gains anymore. I did not try this for long, because I felt I would gain fairly easily doing it. Tunica fatigue as I have never felt it before. If you do this, please realize it has limited testing.
Basically, this is using a rice sock as the fulcrum, but with a solid difference. When making your rice sock, you will probably need a few tries to get the correct size and shape. But the materials needed are cheap.
First, estimate the size of the fulcrum you will need, measuring from the seat of your hanging chair, to the bottom of your penis, while hanging in the SO position.. Then, add a bit on top of that, maybe 2-2.5 inches.
Next, you want to fill a good sized rice sock, enough to where that height dimension is reached when the sock is flattened out, then add a bit more. Tie off the sock to where there is not much extra room; fairly tight. Then, wrap duct tape around the sock lengthwise, pulling fairly tight as you wrap. This will make the sock wider or taller, however you wish to look at it. Then, wrap the sock with duct tape laterally, a bit tight in the middle, and looser toward the ends. This will give you a valley in which your shaft can ride while hanging. When you are finished, the fulcrum should look wide or tall, and rather flat.
Next is the important part. Take a plastic drink cup, preferably with thick walls, and cut out a piece of the plastic a bit smaller than the area of one side of the rice sock. Lay this on the rice sock, and use duct tape to firmly secure it to the sock, wrapping around the entire fulcrum several times. Completely cover the plastic. That’s it.
Now, you have roughly three sides of the fulcrum that are somewhat soft, and one side that is hard. The hard side is the hanger side. The opposite soft side will ride against your inner thighs or buttocks while hanging. The top with the valley is of course for the shaft. The other side rides on the chair seat.
Simply attach the hanger as normal. Then, put the fulcrum in place, on the chair seat between your legs. Then, place your shaft over the fulcrum with the hanger on the other side of the fulcrum. Very important: Before adding the weight, hold the hanger in place over the fulcrum, and pull the extra shaft skin, scrotal skin, testicles, etc, back either over the fulcrum, or on top of the fulcrum. I found having the balls split, one on each side of the shaft, and on top of the fulcrum, to be comfortable. THEN add the weight.
To begin, and until you are comfortable with this technique, use very little weight. I recommend cutting the normal amount used for SO in HALF, perhaps less.
With this setup, what results is actually a double fulcrum action. Not only does the shaft have a gentle bend in it, placing great stress on the top side of the tunica (the septum in particular), but also the skids of the hanger attempt to swing down and into the fulcrum. With the hard plastic in position, the skids are firmly halted, and you get greater stress on the top of the shaft. The stretch is incredible.
The position of your butt on the chair seat matters greatly. You can scoot down in the seat, with your pelvis tilted back, and the hanger sticking almost straight out, with the weights hanging almost straight down. This results in a great double fulcrum situation, which can even stress the ligs somewhat.
Another great thing: While in the above position, with your butt toward the edge of the chair, and the hanger sticking out, and the weights hanging straight down; you can turn the hanger to either side, a very slight twist, to further stress the sides of the septum in a dedicated fashion. The force of the weight pulling the skids into the hard plastic will keep the hanger in place, with this small turn.
Or you can scoot back in the chair, sitting up straight, with the hanger pointed down, and have a greater bend in the shaft, but a bit less double fulcrum action. Either way, it is a great stretch.
Once you learn how to do it, it takes literally seconds to set up. The uncomfortable fulcrum will be a thing of the past.
Tips: With the type of duct tape I used, I could still heat the rice sock in the microwave. Check your duct tape before using to make sure there is no metal in it.
If the sticky stuff bleeds from the tape, use some talc or Vaseline to render it inert. It can stick to the skin.
If the stress becomes too great during a set, you can simply lift up the hanger, and take out the fulcrum, giving a straight SO angle. This effectively changes the angle to hit all of the tunica, but with a previously stretched septum, it will be more effective.
This same type thing works great for OTS. However, you will probably need to make another fulcrum of a more rounded nature, a tube. The combination of the rice sock and duct tape is really great, and the ideas are limitless.
A combination of OTS and SO, with and without a fulcrum, gives four great angles for tunica stretch, that should budge the toughest tunica. This is about the greatest technique for tunica stretch, especially the septum, that I have come across.
Probably not the greatest explanation in the world. Any questions, just ask. If somebody could make one of these, take some pics, and post the pics in this thread, that would be great.