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Hanging - how much weight

After some time with the vac and almost no gains I am back to the bib (starter).

My question is, how high should I go with the weight? Or, - how high did you go?

Currently, my routine is this:

As often as I can (1 to 3 times per day) 30 min session like so: start with 11” + heat, increase during 5 min by 3” steps up to a max of ~ 31”, the slowly go back by 3” steps down to 11”. Remove heat and reduce weights slowly down to 3”.


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
Sounds like a good way to condition your dick against gains.

Suggestions to improve the routine?


Later - ttt

First cut the 30 minute set time, 20 should be the max. Second go read the product guide at Bib’s website. Third, ah hell I don’t know. :) Fatique is what you are after, not seeing how much weight you can get your dick to accept. Lower weight at more reps would seem to me to be more productive.


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During the last 10 min I am hanging only 6” and then 3”. That part of my routine is more of a ads-type cool-down end of the routine.

At Bib’s website I didn’t find any details regarding the routine, just general recommendations .


Later - ttt

Thanks for the link, Thunders.

I go down with the weight at the end of the session so that my dick ideally doesn’t even notice that I am reducing and finally going without weight for the next hours. To avoid shrinkage after abrupt termination of the session.

Therefore, I also put away the heat towards the end of the session while still hanging modest weight.


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Originally Posted by ticktickticker
After some time with the vac and almost no gains I am back to the bib (starter).

My question is, how high should I go with the weight? Or, - how high did you go?

Currently, my routine is this:

As often as I can (1 to 3 times per day) 30 min session like so: start with 11” + heat, increase during 5 min by 3” steps up to a max of ~ 31”, the slowly go back by 3” steps down to 11”. Remove heat and reduce weights slowly down to 3”.

What’s your experience with vac? Did you hang with it or just ADS?

Did you hand 31 lb with bib starter? If so that’s way too much weight for even experts.

Originally Posted by kbvk
What’s your experience with vac? Did you hang with it or just ADS?

Did you hand 31 lb with bib starter? If so that’s way too much weight for even experts.

I used to hang with the vac hanger, yes.

Why is 31” too much? And how much would be ok? With the bib starter vs. Regular bib?


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by ticktickticker
I used to hang with the vac hanger, yes.

Why is 31” too much? And how much would be ok? With the bib starter vs. Regular bib?

I assume you mean 31” to say 31 pounds. If true, it’s a way too much weight for gaining. You might injure yourself with that weight. Be careful. Research well on hanging in the hanging forum. I don’t know much about hanging either. If you bought your hanger from Bib, he says in his mail that you should start hanging 2-5 pounds for 20 minutes sets and move up weights gradually only if necessary. If you can reach fatigue with just 5 pounds in your first 20 minutes set you don’t need to move your weight at all. Hanging is about reaching fatigue and managing it. Fatigue is the phase where tissue deformation occurs thats what is needed to grow. I suggest you read sticky threads in the hanger forum. Good luck.

Originally Posted by kbvk
What’s your experience with vac? Did you hang with it or just ADS?

Did you hand 31 lb with bib starter? If so that’s way too much weight for even experts.

I use the bib starter and have hung that much with no problems. Why do you say it’s too much? The hanger can easily support that. I would agree it’s too much to just jump up to.


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Originally Posted by kbvk
I assume you mean 31” to say 31 pounds. If true, it’s a way too much weight for gaining.

Source? If that’s how much it takes to reach fatigue for a person, that’s exactly how much that individual needs to achieve gains. Bib went well above that threshold and it seemed to work out reasonably well for him.


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Originally Posted by m7point0
Source? If that’s how much it takes to reach fatigue for a person, that’s exactly how much that individual needs to achieve gains. Bib went well above that threshold and it seemed to work out reasonably well for him.

I’m copy pasting what bib emailed me when I bought bib hanger.

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If you ordered Theraband, use sharp scissors or nippers to cut it into four, 1.5 inch strips, or three, 2 inch strips. Usually, 15-18 inches is enough. There is a good thread on wrapping at the top of the hanger’s forum at Thunder’s Place, and a movie on wrapping in the tutorials section of Thunder’s.

The product guide is located on the Bib_Hanger website. Much good information and support can be found in the hanger’s sections of Thunders and MOS. Also, The Bib Hanger’s forum has been open for a while. It has also accumulated good information. For the link to my forum, please go to the Bib website. If I put the link in these notification emails, the email systems sometimes kick the emails to junk or spam folders.

Please remember this: You must start at a low weight, 2-5 lbs, for 2-3 sets only. (Sets should be no more than 20 minutes long, with 10 minute rest periods in between, to return full circulation.) Then, add sets until you reach your available privacy time (max 4 hours, twelve 20 minute sets). Then, you can begin to add weight, 1-2 lbs per week, until you reach fatigue within the first set or two. That weight is what I call the current max weight. Then, reduce the weight in subsequent sets as needed to remain comfortable.

From there, only increase your max weight when you no longer reach fatigue within the first set or two. Also do this slowly, increasing your max weight only 1-2 lbs per week.

Please don’t start out at high weights. The soft tissues, skin, nerves, blood vessels, smooth muscle, must have time to adapt. Further, you must learn how the hanger works, and it is much safer, and easier to do this at lower weight. You can then adapt your technique as weight goes up.

Also, learn the differences in what you are feeling. When there is discomfort, learn to identify the discomfort, exactly where it is, what the problem is. There is good discomfort from tissue deformation, and bad discomfort from faulty hanging technique.

Anytime you have skin irritation, do not stop hanging completely. Cut back on the number of sets and/or weight, but do not stop. If you stop, the skin will quickly loose conditioning. If you keep going, it will adapt.

If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to email or post on the forums. Also, please let me know how it works for you.

Thanks and get busy,

Bigger

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Okay I think I misunderstood you. I read your statement as that nobody should ever even work their way up to that weight. Sorry for the confusion.


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