Hanging heavy weights. I think this is the best. The newb workout is just a introduction to better circulation. Most gains I think are physiological. Does anyone agree?
Well, in the thread “Don’t more than you have to” on the newbie forum right now, someone said
If there is any efficacy to hanging, it is merely the manner in which the endothelium are arranging themselves after being torn. 2oz will be just as effective as 2lbs, so anything more than that is just a risk and silly.
I find that idea quite interesting! (Maybe it’s just because the guy sounds smart, lol).
I’m guessing that guys have measured their gains over time with specific weights, seen them plateau, and then seen them increase with higher weights. BUT, this makes me wonder.
If you’re using relatively high weight (and if 2lbs really is much more than you need, could even that be considered a high weight?) are you tearing the tissues of the penis more than you have to? Does this then cause the penis to repair itself stronger then before, thus gradually increasing the amount of weight that is required to tear the tissue.
But I’m thinking that in you case, mister Wide, you had an especially thick and tough penis to begin with, thus necessitating the use of very heavy weights. After all, a thicker penis has a naturally higher weight capacity.
Maybe it’s best to always use the minimum amount of weight that will actually stretch the penis effectively, so that you don’t cause the penis to “over-compensate” the repair job and make it harder to stretch in the future. Of course, one can’t know really what the minimum weight would be. We’re talking about measuring a process where an inch a year can be considered “fast”. I doubt many people will want to try a low weight for 2 months and get no results, then try a slightly higher weight for 2 months, and keep repeating for who knows how long until you actually get that gain.
Sorry, I could have made that a bit more coherent, but when I get going it’s hard to stop!