But - Results at the expense of what other results? Hard work usually DOES pay off. Smart work pays off more.
The smart PE’er would do all their length first (for which hanging would be the best excercise) then at the desired length switch routines or possibly combine the pump.
You’re trying to tell me you can’t tell the difference between hanging after pumping 3 10 minute sets and hanging with a limp flaccid that hasn’t been pumped or jelqed in days?
Your tolerance to the pain/discomfort might be great enough that hanging right after a pump/jelq session doesn’t bother you to the point where it could be considered an issue. In which case, congratulations. I’d challenge you to try it without the pump/jelq first though, and notice the boost in hanging comfort.
This difference for me and many guys is the difference between effective and ineffective hanging. If the hanger pinching lymph-swollen skin is going to make you reduce below your maximum/ideal weight, for example, you’re reducing the effectiveness of your hanging program in an effort to ease the discomfort on the skin from an excercise that doesn’t align perfectly with your goals anyway.
You *can* do an assortment of excercises and lots of guys do. But is it necessarily the smartest way to add length at your optimal rate? No.
That’s the point that you’re not getting. There is NO discomfort for me. I swear you’re talking as though you know my dick. In addition, like you have the “perfect remedy.” And, on top of that, I don’t always pump before I hang. I’ve seen both sides/aspects and neither are discomfortable. I hang the same amount of weight in both instances. What you mean to say is that you are not able to do so. There is no “one for all, all for one” answer.