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Optimizing Training Frequency For Maximum Gains

Optimizing Training Frequency For Maximum Gains

When developing a schedule, you want to consider both biology and time. From a purely biological point of view, is your routine such that you need rest days? In other words, do you make better gains if you take days off. If yes, is it a function accumulated volume/fatigue or do you need a day or two to recover after each workout? The answer will yield different biologically optimal schedules.

As for time, is your life structured such that you can realistically workout on different days each week or do you need to have a fixed schedule in order to stick with it for the long haul? While a “rolling” schedule, such as 1:1, may be biologically optimal, if you can’t or won’t stick with it, there is no point in attempting it.

Having answered those questions, you can then develop a schedule that fits both your biology as well as your lifestyle. Should there be conflict between biology and convenience, always yield to biology. A little extra rest here and is not going to hurt anything. But biology pushed too far for the sake of a schedule is not going to help you make gains.

For example, let’s say you determine that 1:1 is biologically optimal for you but your lifestyle is such that is very difficult to maintain a “rolling” schedule (M,W,F,U,T,R,S). The best way reconcile this is go with a three times a week program and have a extra day of rest (M, W, F or T, R, S).

For those interested, after experimenting with a number of different things, most of my gains came from 1 on:1-2 off schedule. If I had to do all over again, I would most likely use a Monday, Wednesday, Friday program.


Started: 2/03, Finished: 5/06, Total Gains: 1.375” BPEL 1.5” EG, Details: Progress after a year or longer off?

Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible—M. C. Escher

Hi MX and all,

I was reading the thread link above, thanks for the really good info.

I want to know if it is possible to take a less vigorous route where gains are slower but the penis never gets over worked and therefore no break is needed. Is this possible? In other words slow and steady compared to fast and furious. Over two years who wins, the tortoise or the hare?

Wadboutme

Yes, few members do 6 days per week workout at lower intensity one can handle, such as Bird2, and he made a great gain in relatively short time.


Starting Aug/06: BPEL 5.5", EG 4.3"

05/Feb/2007: BPEL 6.3", NBPEL 5.7", EG 4.9"

Originally Posted by wadboutme

I want to know if it is possible to take a less vigorous route where gains are slower but the penis never gets over worked and therefore no break is needed.

I am not sure if it is possible at all…Correct me if I am wrong but in order to induce gains we have to damage penis and let it recover. After each recovery penis gets ‘stronger’ so the next injury requires more work…in other word we can not make next injury with the same force. If we use the same force all the time(slow and steady routine) no damage is being made…right?

That is one analogy. And I am sure there are guys here with more experience than me that wold know better.But could it be more that we stretch the material and there ends up being a larger space between the cells and then another cell has room to develop in the space we made? Then the body reaches a new equilibrium and we start over. Perhaps the body only gets damaged WHEN we over train. Could it be that the problem is that we all see improvements and say…hey this really works and try twice as hard and create a problem through our own enthusiasm?

Could it be more like there is a certain pressure between the cells and when that pressure is changed by stretching, the body creates more cells to return itself to its original pressure? Like water filling a vacuum?

Dont know

Wadbout me

Originally Posted by wadboutme
That is one analogy. And I am sure there are guys here with more experience than me that wold know better.But could it be more that we stretch the material and there ends up being a larger space between the cells and then another cell has room to develop in the space we made? Then the body reaches a new equilibrium and we start over. Perhaps the body only gets damaged WHEN we over train. Could it be that the problem is that we all see improvements and say…hey this really works and try twice as hard and create a problem through our own enthusiasm?

Interesting but I am not sure about that. I do not know what others did but I started ‘other’ PE techniques when my initial gains stopped(1.0 cm). I have seen my first gains after 4-7 weeks of wearing PeniMaster device…and I started wearing it as a rookie(did not do any ‘newbie routine’ before PeniMaster). After my first gains things seemed to stop-that was the point where I started ‘pushing’ with too sophisticated PE techniques. So I had gains in first month or two of wearing PeniMaster and no gains in next two months.

I believe that my PeniMaster gains stopped just because of what I wrote in previous post. Producers of such devices show ‘test results’ where it is clear that each next month of wearing such device gives smaller amount of gains than previous month. Moreover-last year I have used IPR cycles twice and found new gains…(0.7 and 0.5 cm).

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