Most of the low vacuum, longer duration pumpers, as well as most pumpers HAVE found that heat improves results.your thinking is correct.
I don’t think low vacuum damages much tissue (thats why guys have gotten steady progress), I think it falls in the category of cell growth stimulation with mild plastic deformation.
I think it may even be too little force for plastic deformation (for some pumpers), which is where moderate jelquing may come in.
[I’m sure human tissues have a range of force needed, not an exact number. Probably effected by genetics, nutrition, age and damage.]
Wad had written a thread on a big gainer friend of his, the guy had added like 3 feet of dick (I’m kidding).
Wad felt that the key for this guy was modest jelquing forces where he gradually added TIME not increased force.
The guy had never had discoloration or injury. I think he finally increased his time to the point of overtraining and plateaued.
Every time he would plateau and quit.when he came back after like a year or something, he would start easy and build up again.and bust through his old plateau.
Seems to fit the bill EXACTLY like were talking here.
The trick is if we can develop some force/time RANGES as a rough guideline, then PIs to know where you’re at in the cycle.
Throw in some deconditioning time ranges ( as well as patience and discipline) and I think you have the recipe for a big dick! :)
Hey sparkyx, thanks for the welcoming. As you said, low vacuum pumping wouldn’t create enough force on the tissues to create plastic deformation, but what about pumping to a higher vacuum for a couple of minutes to create that force needed for the deformation (but not lymph build-up) and then dropping to a lower vacuum to maintain the expanded state for the rest of the set combined with the heat? Give me your thoughts, it’s well appreciated.
Current 7 1/4" BPEL 6" EG, want to be 7.5 - 7 3/4" BPEL 6.5" EG