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Possible benefit from temporary change in LOT

Possible benefit from temporary change in LOT

Hey guys,

I am wondering. Someone else has reported that while in workouts they experience a change in their LOT. I am wondering if using this change could be beneficial. I have been hanging OTS in my sets. Since BIB posted his LOT theory I have greatly benefited with the first gains I have had in 18 months. I have gained about a 1/2 in FSBPL and about the same in EBPL(THANK YOU BIB). My LOT has moved up a little bit from about 6:30 to 8, But what I experience is that if I do a OTS session for about 15 minutes and then for the last 5 minutes I do BTC I experience lig pull like I have never experienced. My ligs were begging for mercy at 10 pounds after only 5 minutes.

I am wondering, when it is said that someone has a low LOT like say 7 or lower then they should concentrate on applying stress on a plane above their LOT to stress the tunica. But is this said because it is no longer possible to stretch the ligaments? If it was possible to still apply stress to the ligaments and stretch them would this gain in the ligaments not be reflected in FSBPL? If someone with a low LOT was somehow still able to apply stress to the ligaments can they gain this way?

Thanks ALL
Sappy1


'The force is with you young Skywalker.....but you are not a Jedi yet.' - Darth Vader 1980 TESB


Last edited by Sappy1 : 06-10-2003 at .

I’m wondering too!

I just reported two days ago that my LOT moved up a little bit from 6:30 TO 8:30. I did some lig stretches today, and I experienced very stressful stretch of my ligaments.

>If it was possible to still apply stress to the ligaments and stretch them would this gain in the ligaments not be reflected in FSBPL?<

Probably not for guys who have low LOTs. When the tunica contracts after a workout, the extra lig length won’t do any good. The tunica is still the limiting factor.

>If someone with a low LOT was somehow still able to apply stress to the ligaments can they gain this way?<

IMO, it doesn’t make much difference whether you continue to work ligs or not. You can stretch tunica until your LOT rises, then spend all your time on ligs until it falls. Or, instead, throw in a set of BTC at the end of your tunica workouts. Just don’t waste time on BTC if you’re not feeling a good stretch from it. Always do tunica first, ligs last.

>But what I experience is that if I do a OTS session for about 15 minutes and then for the last 5 minutes I do BTC…<

Same here. Those of us with lowish LOTs can still work ligs as long as we build some slack in the tunica first.

Benefits

<Probably not for guys who have low LOTs. When the tunica contracts after a workout, the extra lig length won’t do any good. The tunica is still the limiting factor.>

Yep, now that I think more about it that should have been what I concluded.

Do you feel that the tunica can be attacked in the divide and conquer way that Bib describes? I am guessing yes, but if this is not true then why would anyone with a low LOT do any hanging that is not OTS? Isn’t OTS the best way to solely place stress on the tunica?

<IMO, it doesn’t make much difference whether you continue to work ligs or not. You can stretch tunica until your LOT rises, then spend all your time on ligs until it falls>

This is the situation I am hoping for. But maybe I will wait and see if the my LOT rises more. It sure would be cool if this can be worked in a see-saw type of manner as someone else has mentioned before.

Thanks
Sappy1


'The force is with you young Skywalker.....but you are not a Jedi yet.' - Darth Vader 1980 TESB

>Do you feel that the tunica can be attacked in the divide and conquer way that Bib describes? I am guessing yes, but if this is not true then why would anyone with a low LOT do any hanging that is not OTS? Isn’t OTS the best way to solely place stress on the tunica?<

OTS, SO and the fulcrum variations all give different feelings. And there are angles to the sides, up and to the sides, etc. Plenty of variation. We can divide and conquer by focusing on one position at a time, moving on when fatigued.

If several different positions are done during a single workout, there may be an optimum order so fatigue is established and maintained while the primary focus shifts to a different area. I don’t know what the order would be. Just a thought.

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