I never said a thicker TA was “undeformable,” just that it is harder to deform than a thin one. ….
Yeah. You never said, that’s what I keep repeating: you are speaking of a different thing than people who report this issue. I quoted posts before, I’ll add a couple :
… When I hang BTC I get lig pull, but at all other angles this cord is definitely getting all the strain, and doesn’t feel like something that will break down and stretch. ….
I don’t feel limited so much by this cord when I stretch BTC.
Marinera: I stand by my theory that us short-septum (whatever) people have overly separated CCs - with tough, inflexible tunica tissue clumping above and between, like dried caulking. We’re all reporting the same symptoms, so clearly we have *some* problem you luckily don’t.
I haven't gained length at all yet, just base girth and an upward curve - which would make sense if this upper-septum-clump is staying still while he rest of the tissue grows outward around it.
You said that the achilles tendon responds to low force and maintains an elongated state. Exactly how much does it elongate and how long is the elongation maintained?
probably there are others, if you are interestend on this subject I’ll check when have time.