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Tiger's Guide to Pumping

By Tiger Dave, Pumper
Updated October 1, 2000


MAXXING OUT

The final set is your most important. This is where you can really expand to new limits. You need to push the pressure here, but not so much that you hurt yourself. You may also push the envelope on pain, continuing the pump even though you feel some signs of overdoing it, in particular a burning sensation or ache in the shaft. You're on the edge here, so you have to use your judgement to decide the line between pushing your limits and overdoing. I guide myself this way: so long as I feel more pleasure than pain, and so long as I can quickly eliminate the pain by milking or easing off the suction, I continue pumping.

Start as usual with low pressure, but raise it 3 or 4 times in the first minute or two. Get up to your previous sets' maximum pressure after about 5 minutes. Milk the cylinder continuously and, when you feel the suction ease off, raise the pressure in a short, sharp stroke. This will activate your "pump big" response. Watch your feelings closely now as you raise the pressure once or twice a minute.

Once you (re)pack your tube, watch the pressure very closely. You may need to give your ligament some time to catch up. Whenever you feel the suction ease off, ratchet it up again, just enough to see your cock lengthen and feel a pleasurable suck. Milk the cylinder rythmically with very short strokes.

Use tickmarks on your cylinder to see your cock lengthening millimeter by millimeter.

You'll know you've maxed out when your next pull on the pump doesn't feel like anything or fails to lengthen the penis. Leave yourself at this pressure until the burning sensations begin to bother you, then finish off.


Awesum's packed beer can. Note the foreskin pumped over the head.

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