Just to clear up any misinformation, yes I used a noosestyle extender but not one that makes use of only the noose to attach. If I had to compare it to anything, its kind of a noose/afb hybrid, so instead of sandwiching yourself between two pipes you sandwich between a pipe and a strap. This makes a huge difference in comfort with tension applied, or at least it does for me, not a lot of reports that I’ve heard of other people using a similar attachment method, so maybe it’s just me. I would start a set probably somewhere around 7 or 8 lbs. and end around 4 or 6 lbs. due to my stretched length increasing from anywhere between 1/4 to 1/2” during the set. I do this for a hour, twice a day, if my schedule permitted.
I would certainly say what I did was closer to hanging than stretching in the way the force is applied. Only without the temptation to keep stacking on the weight, which in my opinion, hangers do too soon, thinking from the same perspective as lifting weights at a gym.
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Last edited by cantlook : 07-27-2014 at .