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Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:18 pm
by Tom Allen
I've caught the end of my cages while deadlifting a few times. I just try to remember to shove it down a bit more before I start.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Mon Apr 15, 2019 11:34 pm
by Naljeans
WifeIsVanilla wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 4:19 pm
Naljeans - What sort of issues do you have while weight training? Pehaps it is peculiar to the device you are wearing. I have been lifting for 25 years, while wearing various chastity devices (CB devices, a Jail Bird, A Watchful Mistress and an HT v3) for 7 years with no issues.
Leg presses - gets caught in shorts/underwear. Row weight machine (Hammer Strength) - crotch pushes forward into machine, which is difficult to describe. Those are the only ones that are ever an issue, other than usual adjustments sometimes when doing stairs, etc.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 11:45 am
by She Kept My Key
I do all three:

I run regularly anywhere from 10-20 miles a week. Compression wear is important it keeps things in place. Runs longer than 6 miles can be challenging but I’ve done it. No problems with 6 or less

Swimming done that too pretty regular last year. Not as much this year. Never an issue with my jailbird knockoff. Getting out of the pool can be a challenge with the suctioning of your suite while exiting.

Cycling.... nope. Can’t do it caged. Ring digs in to much.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 9:34 am
by TomOfSweden
jsmith12 wrote:
Sat Apr 13, 2019 8:57 pm
Any runners/cyclists have tips for devices, or clothing that make this work with endurance training?

Running seems tricky as ball trap devices put them in the way of your legs as you stride forward... ouch

I can't imagine anyone considers swim training because locks would rust, right?
I have never managed to make anything work. At this point I've tried everything. But to be perfectly honest, do you really need it when working out? I don't. My mind is on other stuff. I just put it on afterwards.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 10:38 am
by TomOfSweden
I do a lot of power lifting. The last thing I need is one more thing to keep track of. I want all focus to go to the lifts

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 12:59 pm
by Tom Allen
I like safety, and keeping all my original bits undamaged. If I'm going long distance cycling, I'll remove the cage and cuff ring. A short distance, maybe I'll remove just the cage abs replace it with a locking penis ring (a piece made from an old A272.).

My lifting isn't competition, so I just rememeber to tuck the device way down before deadlifting.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sat May 11, 2019 1:55 pm
by Yumbojones
I went for a run wearing a chastity device for the first time this evening. Only did an easy 5k but I had no issues with it at all.
Saves the bother of unlocking and then locking again after the shower.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 12:32 pm
by Jon Descer
I find two layers helps for that; I wear a male thong (don't judge!) first, to keep everything tight and to prevent the boys from sticking to/rubbing against my thighs, then a pair of boxer-briefs to keep my thighs from rubbing each other, then my workout pants. Water shouldn't be a problem with a decent lock, as mentioned.

Re: Running/Cycling/Fitness - best device/tips

Posted: Sat Jun 01, 2019 7:06 pm
by jsmith12
I saw a pic online (attached) with this strap that seems like it'd hold everything up well, close to the body, but I wonder if anyone knows where something like this could be bought, or if anyone has fashioned one at home.

would be great to relieve heavy metal weight for cardio workouts.

and to those that say "just take it off during workout", that's impossible when the keyholder isn't around (which is often when workouts are scheduled).