We know that many men start looking at male enhancement because they want a bigger penis, but a big penis is of no use if you can’t get it up. YOU NEED TO GET HARDER FIRST.
It’s all about getting BLOOD into your penis and keeping it in there as this is what swells the penis tissue when you get a hard on. More blood in there for longer = a harder penis.
The only way to pump blood into your penis is by using your pelvic floor muscles. Not sure what they are? Look here. To contract them, hold the end of your penis and try to pull your shaft back into your body. You should see your penis move if you’re doing it properly.
Exercises to train your pelvic floor include kegels, reverse jelqs and erect shaft press to name a few. You can also combine pelvic floor exercises into the use of most penis enhancement devices (just like our official total man traction devices), for example when you're compression hanging, compression extending, vacuum hanging or vacuum extending, even vacuum all day stretching.
The FREE Total Man Membership Site has uncensored tutorials on how to improve erections using all of these techniques and more. They can be found under the categories ‘Device-free Methods Erection Quality’ and ‘Erection Quality Training with Tools and Devices’.
So once you’ve worked on your erections getting harder for longer, it’s time to put that guy to use! We put this before size as having a big penis doesn’t really matter if you’re not lasting as long as you’d like. Sexual stamina goes a long way in improving the intensity of your own orgasms as well as being able to pleasure your partner in the time that they need too.
Working on lasting longer requires a lot of PRACTICE and SELF-CONTROL, and is something you have to continuously work on to maintain your results. This is something that penis traction devices won’t really help you with. Check out Total Man Blog for more guides related to male enhancement without pills, PE devices, sexuality and holistic health topics. Also my youtube channel is full of informational videos and product reviews.
Learning to last longer requires you to be sexually stimulated, either on your own or with a partner. Techniques include ‘stop/start’ which involves repetitions of getting close to climaxing and stopping, learning to slow your climb to climax, and ‘edging’ which is hovering between 90 - 99% of the way to ejaculation without finishing.
There are videos with details on how to do these techniques on the FREE Total Man Membership Site under the category ‘Increase your Sexual Stamina and Last Longer in the Bedroom’.
Alright. So you can get hard and you’re lasting longer. Time to increase that size!
This is where penis enhancement devices are the primary way to get results, but it's not just about strapping on a device on the daily and waiting for your massive penis to appear. PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD and PROPER HEALING are crucial in attaining gains in penis size with devices. You can see our products here.
Traction devices in both compression, vacuum and clamping work by putting stress on the tissues of the penis, with the goal of causing micro-tears. When healing, more cells will be laid down as the body always wants to adapt to healthy stressors. It detects “penis was stretched and has micro-tears” and responds with “let’s put more cells there so it can stretch to that length without the need for damage next time”.
Putting too much stress or load on your penis too soon can cause damage beyond micro-tears and this is where you can get into trouble. You need to slowly PROGRESSIVELY OVERLOAD and increase weight/tension incrementally over long periods of time.
Risks also lie in not allowing PROPER HEALING time between sessions. Even if you’re loading carefully, you need to ensure your penis is healed to a good level before going at it again. Healing in an elongated state also helps with this.
Progressive overload can be applied to compression weights hanging, vacuum chamber hanging, rod extenders and more. Healing in an elongated state can be done with an all day stretcher or penis sleeves.
As always, if you ever have any specific questions on where to start, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can talk through what would be best for you and your goals!