Stretching is the foundation upon which all other penis enhancement exercises are based on because it is the most basic yet the most effective method, not to mention the easiest and safest, too.
Like all methods, nonetheless, stretching as a form of penile exercise has its dos and don’ts for better results.
Let’s take a look at two types of penile stretching methods as well as their tips for safe and effective applications.
The basic stretch is obviously the easiest method that can be applied by novices with little to no risk for injuries. In fact, the safe and effective application of all other advanced methods of penile stretching requires a mastery of the basic stretch.
- Bring your penis to its recommended erection level – or none at all. For the first 3-6 months, let your penis be flaccid but afterwards, it must be at 50-75%; a 100% erection can increase the risks of injury.
- Retract its foreskin and grasp your penis behind its glans using your right hand.
- Gently yet firmly pull your penis forward in a gradual manner but only until your comfort level. Hold the stretch for 10 seconds and then relax on your pull.
- Pull to the right, hold it for 10 seconds, and then relax your pull. Pull upwards, hold for 10 seconds, and then relax.
- Grasp your penis with your left hand and begin the process again. This time, however, pull to the left and pull downward.
- Repeat the entire process 3-4 more times.
You can perform these steps once a day while you are in the shower or before going to sleep. Be sure to wash your hands, rub a dab of lubricant in them, and just enjoy the sensations, too.
Hot Kegel Stretch
The hot Kegel stretch is a combination of three penile enhancement methods, namely, the basic stretch, hot wrap and Kegel clenches. It has the added benefits of keeping the penile tissues elastic (i.e., hot wrap) and of increasing the tension (i.e., Kegel contraction), thus, improving on the stretching results.
- Bring your penis to its suggested erection level.
- Apply a hot wrap (e.g., clean small towel dipped in warm water) around your penis.
- Retract the foreskin, grasp your penis behind its glans, and slowly yet firmly pull your penis forward until you have reached a comfortable limit.
- Hold the stretch for 10 seconds while also performing Kegel exercises (i.e., tightly clench your PC muscles for as long as you can). Slowly release your PC muscles but continue holding the stretch.
- Repeat for 3 more sets. Alternate between your right and left hand between each set.
Kegel exercises have been proven effective in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. The stronger your pelvic muscles, the longer you can last in bed because you can control your ejaculation and the harder your penis can become.
A Few Stretching Tips
While these stretching exercises involve basic movements, you must keep in mind the following tips to increase your chances at success.
Keep in mind, too, that your penis can suffer from injuries (e.g., penile fracture) when the above mentioned exercises are inappropriately done.
- Strike a balance so that you are pulling hard enough to stretch the penile tissues but not too hard as to experience pain. Start with easy and gentle pulls and then increase the intensity later on.
- Slight tingling sensations, feeling of fatigue, and itchiness during and after the stretching sessions are normal for most men. For as long as you feel no pain, then you are on the right track.
- Avoid gripping the head of your penis as it is the most sensitive part and, thus, you are putting yourself at risk for injuries. Grab your penis an inch below the glans for the least amount of skin stretch but the most amount of penile stretch.
- Use either your bare hands or apply lubrication or use rubber gloves.
You should observe positive changes within 3 months in both your flaccid and erect states as well as better sexual performance. Your partner should be happier then and so will you as well!