Different intensity from position
I have been doing tunica stretches for a a little while and I am a little confused about why many guys say that you need to really pull hard when stretching the tunica.
When I am in a reclining position, I can’t get the pull to isolate in the tunica completely and can pull quite hard without feeling like I am taking my tunica near the feeling of structural failure. However, when I sit up and pull while leaning slightly forward, the pulling forces isolates completely in the tunica and if I find the exact angle which concentrates the force, I find that just a medium force feels Extremely intense. To pull truly hard in this isolating position feels dangerous. Like my tunica is at the edge of structural failure and I have even fealt sharp pains from trying this in the past.
I would like to know whether sitting in this position that allows a concentration of force on the tunica, with only using a medium force that feels intense, sounds prosperous for growth. Or would I be better off using a position that allows me to pull harder, without the isolated force?
Does anyone else find that there are positions in which they sit and pull that don’t allow for strong pulling forces due to an intense concentration of force being fealt in the tunica?
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