Finding the sweet spot?
I have been paying more attention to my dick in regards to training.
I like the idea of less weight for a longer period of time. It seems safer, and has proven recognized results. Some of the veterans are more into the heavy hanging, but I have only been doing this for a little over a year.
I started with a Penimaster, but found it very uncomfortable. I then got some of Monkey Bar’s ADS stuff. I can easily hang weights equivalent to the tension of the Penimaster, and do it for hours at a time with my Vac3.
I know I am no longer using my extender, but without a special ADS area to post, I consider myself more in with you extenders. I started out with 1# for four hours a day, and I have worked my way up 4oz a month until I am now at 2.5#’s. I also pump once or twice a day for 15 minutes at -5#’s. Lately I have been more concerned about days off. I have noticed a tendency to turtle after 2 days, and I feel a little fatigue at that point. Ideally I am thinking 2 on and one off, but there are things in life besides PE, so my latest dilemma is do I work out an extra day, or take an extra day off when my schedule is interrupted?
Also, 2.5#s is equal to the highest setting on my Penimaster, and it is about the most my Vac3 can handle, so any additional force will be in adding more time to the formula. Maybe building from 4 hours to 6 hours per day, and if that isn’t working maybe going from 2 on and 1 off to 3 on and one off if the present 2 on 1 off no longer brings on fatigue.
What makes this confusing is when it comes to traction the common belief is the more time the better, but my personal experience is that after a certain amount of time, my dick seems to get stubborn and start to retract. I have marks in my vacuum tube, and for now if I go more then 2 days, I am smaller in the tube, and my EG goes down. Does anyone else have similar reactions?