Hey Bib... Fatigue and limiting factor questions
I recall you posting before that it is best to use as heavy a weight you can comfortably hang until reaching fatigue, they dropping the weight to continually stress the tissue until you need to move onto the next limiting factor, whatever one determines that is. Of course, this was before your LOT theory, which I have been following.
My LOT is around 7 currently, and based on that I have been concentrating on tunica stretching in upward angles. I am now focusing straight up towards my chin with my shaft as close to my body as possible, as it really seems to focus on the septum. Since I have little gain potential left from lig stretching, it makes sense that the tunica is where I need to concentrate for future length gains.
Assuming my LOT doesn’t rise appreciabley to once again become a factor for length gains, once I break down the tunica, particularly the septum, by using as much force as possible, I should continue to focus on stressing it with whatever force necessary to keep it stretching in the right direction. Based on all of this, the only limiting factor I should have is my tunica/septum, right?
Also, assuming I remain diligent in stressing these tissues, how long in your experience does it take for them to get stronger and more resistant to continued stretching? Is overnight long enough for them to rebuild and make the job that much more difficult?
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