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Originally Posted by Kojack10
bigblackstick, I’m not sure if it would be best to do tunica lengthening excercises each day as it is possible to do with lig work. Many blood vessels, nerves, and the euretha will be stretched when doing tunica work. I’m going to have to research what bib, xenolith, and other successful hangers have done for tunica work.

To be honest, my lot is at 8:00 - 8:30. I do need to learn more about tunica work.

BIB had a high LOT like you, that is why he received great gains from hanging with lower angles. My LOT is very low, maybe 6. Also using the mirror test, my unit and balls already hang very low so I will need to focus on the tunica theough the higher angles. I’m not sure about xenolith….let me know what you find.

or if any other successful hangers with low LOTs please share……

Thanks.


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I feel like I spoke to strongly in favor of hitting the ligs every day on my earlier post to this thread. The truth is that I am undecided, and their is evidence for following a strict IPR routine such as xeno’s, and their is evidence for hitting the ligs every day. The deciding factors will be whether or not you are a newbie, if you are a vet and have deconditioned enough, and how much weight and time is applied.

Take a look at my post to the thread “IPR the sky’s the limit” by Krystin69, on page #5.

Hitting the ligs everyday is nice but impractical for most people. During those days that you can’t hang and that might be several days a week the same gain retention can be had by applying an ADS between. I think this principle is proven over and over especially with those that can get some consistency by 7 day a week hanging, but it doesn’t take that much weight to retain what hanging gains you’ve made. Just enough to keep things stretched out. Kind of goes along with the “Never let it turtle” thing.

I don’t know if I go along with Kojack10’s healing as quickly as that but in some cases that may be true, but the real point it to keep the ligs broken enough to continue healing in the elongated state. If you can hang everyday, consistently, you probably don’t need an ADS.

Kojack10 is right though about ligs returning to their original length during the last phase of the healing cycle. We definitely want to intervene before they get to that stage. Now whether that is 24 or 48 or 100 hours, it doesn’t matter, what needs to be done is to keep things moving so they don’t heal shortened or toughened.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

Originally Posted by Monty530
During those days that you can’t hang and that might be several days a week the same gain retention can be had by applying an ADS between. I think this principle is proven over and over especially with those that can get some consistency by 7 day a week hanging, but it doesn’t take that much weight to retain what hanging gains you’ve made. Just enough to keep things stretched out. Kind of goes along with the “Never let it turtle” thing.

Monty530, I really like the phrase that you used, “gain retention”. I’ve had a tough time wording things concerning creep and slowing down the loss of creep (additional stretch) that you’ve created in the ligs. “Gain retention” explains things well, as in retention of the gains in BPFSL after each PE session. I’m beggining to believe that this is exactly how an ADS assist men in gaining. It is even possible that an ADS which provides a very slight force will not only retain gains, but create a very very small amount of additional stretch in the ligs and other tissues.

From what I’ve read, you are correct about the ligs healing in the “correct” stretched state. Supposedly, if the ligament is not stretched, the additional collagen that is provided by the body for repairing the ligs will be placed haphazardly.

No, I think the body will put the collagen in exactly the right spot for full healing. That’s what we want to keep from happening. By either keeping the ligs stretched or providing a means to stretch often during the day it keeps the ligs disrupted so healing can’t complete a full healing process which the body tries to return the ligament tissue to it’s original length before it was stretched.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

I certainly agree with what you are saying about preventing the ligs from returning to their original length before it was stretched. If you can prevent that from happening, possibly one day’s gains are able to be stacked upon the previous days gains, or at least a worthwhile percentage of it.

Exactly and the one real trick is to not measure for records sake but once a month. It’s just to frustrating to see no growth because it happens so slow. Doesn’t mean you can’t measure but only write in on a calendar once a month.


09-2003 BPEL:6.0x5.5

11-2004 BPEL:8.25x6.25 . . 9+ by Spring is the goal AIR CLAMP

Now BPEL:8 5/8 x 6 5/8 PE Weights

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