The Basic Stretch exercise is considered the backbone of all penis enlargement exercises for increased penis length. Stretching in multiple angles targets different parts of the penis.
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The A-Stretch exercise pushes the penis up, while pulling it forward. This penis enlargement exercise mainly stretches the upper part of the shaft. It is the opposite exercise of the V-Stretch.
The A-Stretch penis enlargement and male enhancement exercise benefits:
- erect penis length
- flaccid penis length
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The Double Rotation Stretch exercise is an intense stretch of the shaft performed in a circular motion. Pulling in opposite directions while rotating 360 degrees target makes this penis enlargement exercise stretch all tissue in the penis. M
The Double Stretch exercise mainly stretches the shaft of the penis. It uses two hands to stretch the shaft in two different directions; one hand pulling away from body, the other hand is pulling towards the body.
The Gentle Stretch exercise applies the concept of active isolated stretching. When a small number of these stretches are applied during restroom breaks throughout the day, they can be very effective to gain penis length.
The Hot Kegel Stretch is a combination of penis enlargement exercises; Stretches, Kegel Clenches, and a Hot Wrap. While pulling forward, the tension is increased with each contraction of the pelvic floor muscle.
The Internal Stretch exercise focuses on stretching the inner penis; the part of the penis that is hidden inside the body. It is best performed while sitting down with the legs spread.
The Rotation Stretch exercise is a stretch performed in a circular motion. Pulling while rotating 360 degrees target makes this penis enlargement exercise stretch all tissue of the penis.
The Twisted Stretch exercise stretches the penis while it has been twisted one or two times.
The V-Stretch exercise pushes the penis down, while pulling it forward. It mainly stretches the bottom part of the shaft. It is the opposite exercise of the A-Stretch.