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How long to stay with a weight level before adding more?

How long to stay with a weight level before adding more?

I started hanging about 3 weeks ago for average of 4-15min sets with 5lbs. I’ve not noticed any gains so far. I understand its far from an overnight process but should I be adding more weight?


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Do you feel any fatigue from your current weight?


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I’m not real sure what that would equate to as far as hanging goes. There is a small feeling of “being worked” in what I assume is the supporting tendon right after my last set. No real soreness with the exception of some on the shaft from the hanger that fades in an hour or so.


Current Stats - Flaccid Length, usually around 4". Erect Length 6.75" Flaccid Girth 4 1/4" Erect Girth 5.50"

Long Term Goals - Sky's the limit!

If everything else is going well and you have no skin soreness or irritation, you have no soreness in the ligaments at the penis base after hanging, and no sense of fatigue in that area while hanging, go up a pound. Or add a couple more sets per day, if possible.

Weight increases are not done on a schedule, but based on how you feel, what your EQ is like, and whether you are gaining. A lot of guys don’t start to experience gains until they get up to 10 lbs or more, however.

I was indeed curious about that. I read that you should start out with 5lbs or so and figured it would be good to let my body adjust a bit at the lower weight. On a second note I didn’t want to lose any potential gains from starting at too high of a weight when gains could be made at a lower level.


Current Stats - Flaccid Length, usually around 4". Erect Length 6.75" Flaccid Girth 4 1/4" Erect Girth 5.50"

Long Term Goals - Sky's the limit!

I’ve been using 3lb - 5lb in skin stretching for the past 2-3 weeks and haven’t felt much at all in the way of lig fatigue. How long would you wait till you upped the weight. I’m assuming when I feel no skin stretch at all and if I still don’t feel lig stretch then I could.

I’m just trying to keep the weight low as long as possible.

I do remember when stretching manually I’d really feel the pull. Then the next day when I’d come back to stretch again my ligaments would be sore. Does this occur in hanging exactly the same way?

I know you’re supposed to get fatigued in a set of two then ride the fatigue. But is that fatigue similar to that experienced in manual stretching.

I have some persistent soreness in the ligaments after hanging. Not anything I would call real pain, but more like the muscular soreness you feel after an intense workout. Often this persists till the next day, and I generally take it as a sign that I am effectively deforming the ligaments.

I have yet to see a really coherent definition of “fatigue”. Just as people characterize pain in very different ways, I suppose they would use different descriptors to try to explain what they feel in the ligaments while hanging. I often feel a sensation of aching or burning in that area, especially in the first set after having hung multiple days in a row before. Sometimes I will make the first set a little lighter, and often the sensation becomes less pronounced after a few minutes.

I would say that if you have been at the same weight for a few weeks and don’t feel any untoward effects, I would increase the weight by a pound or so. If you are hanging multiple sets, you might just increase the weight for one set, and see how it goes. Once you get up to about 10 lbs, I would be inclined to hold there for at least 6 weeks or so, even if you aren’t feeling much strain (I doubt that will be the case) in order to see if you are making any effective gains at that weight level before going up in weight.

It seems quite a few guys found that gains started at about that weight level.

Don’t mean to hijack the thread, but it seems like a good place to ask my related question. I started hanging this week with 2 twenty minutes sets at five pounds on Tuesday and Thursday. Today, I added 2.5 lbs. and did 3 fifteen minute sets at 7.5 lbs. I have been using an extender for five months so I felt my penis was conditioned enough to take the additional 2.5 lbs. It is now 2 hours since I finished and everything feels fine.

My problem is I only have just over an hour on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, when my wife is out of the house, to use for three 15 minute sessions. Therefore, I can only add weight and not time/sessions. I am thinking of adding a lb a week, assuming I do not feel fatigued, until I hit 10 lbs, or does this seem too aggressive?

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