Hanging Debate: Bib- or Vac-type
I would like to initiate a debate into this topic, despite of the opinion of some in here that everything has already been said about hanging.
Although I am a I do have vac hanger I have one observation to share. It came up when reading posts in the 3” thread.
The veterans all used bib (or compression-) type hanger which, contrary to vac hangers share one property:
They produce ischemia! (= Lack of blood and consequently lack of oxygen).
And ischemia is a blood vessel growth promoting factor, - analogy comes from ischemic disease of the lower limbs where we can observe growth of new and/or growth of existing blood vessels stimulated by the lack of blood in that limb due to atherosclerotic disease (in most cases).
I am interested in your opinions, and / or other suggestions why one or the other hanging technique might be superior.
One last point: I am a hanger, and I want to discuss hanging with those who are interested, too.
To those who are not, or who believe that all has been said about hanging: stay out of this thread, at least refrain from comments like ‘there is nothing new under the sun about the topic of hanging’. Maybe we are not going to re-invent the wheel in this thread, but may be it will be fun, interesting and motivating for those who join.
Later - ttt