Hanging weight amounts and the followup that appears very important
I’ve been aware of applying ads or golf weights or traction wrapping after hanging, but from further reading I’ve become increasingly aware of just how important this can be. I’ve been meaning to go get the AceAD wrap that Captn uses to traction wrap with after hanging, but instead I’ve been hanging this week and skipping the traction wrap until I do have it. I’m now thinking possibly a big mistake on my part.
The theory goes that after hanging the penis needs to kept in an extended state so the micro tears will not heal back with the penis still in the exact same length it was before. I’m going today and look for that wrap. ADS and golf weights are the same principle, but I like the idea of traction wrapping.
A theory for hanging is that the maximum weight to safely and comfortably reach fatigue in 2 sets should be used. Then, do the third set in the fatigued state with less weight.
An alternative for hanging is to reach fatigue in one set, drop weight second set ,and drop weight even more third set. Let your penis dictate to you what it can maximum handle in each fatigued set, which is likely a dropping of weight if the optimum weight for your fatigued state is used each set.
After hanging, then ads, or golf weight, or traction wrap is important. It’s not just a matter of not wasting time hanging if the micro tears are allowed heal back up with the penis not extended, but the also the danger that the tear areas will become so toughened that growth will become even more difficult to achieve (this is why not taking day breaks may be important, so that toughening doesn’t set in well). Hanging without the followup may be spinning wheels and then when you do start the followup the gains may be slower possibly even if you haven’t allowed day breaks. It could be losing valuable early easiest gains if not doing everything to begin with.
Something else I would like to bring up—- There is the theory that hanging at less than maximum fatigue for the 20 minute sessions, and adding more sessions will work better. I’m new to hanging, so this is just my humble opinion, but that doesn’t seem the best way to go about it to me. I can’t see how good growth can come from that. I haven’t read much on this theory and there may be good gainers from this.
I started this thread so that maybe others new to hanging will be more aware of the implication of extended stretching after hanging, and not let it slide by as not so important and no hurry to do that like I did. It’s brought up in other threads, but having one more thread can only help to make sure it’s not overlooked.
Another reason I started this thread is I would like for vets to comment on what I have wrote here. I would appreciate any comments that expand, correct, verify, adjust, etc anything I have written here. Thanks.
Last edited by beenthere : 08-21-2004 at .