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One must really go for heavy weights in order to gain?

One must really go for heavy weights in order to gain?

Ok here is what lil12big1 has written in his Hanging 101 + Sample Routine thread:

* Month 1 — 5 pounds — 5 days per week — 45 minutes per day
* Month 2 — 7 pounds — 5 days per week — 45 minutes per day
* Month 3 — 10 pounds — 5 days per week — 60 minutes per day
* Month 4 — 12.5/15 pounds - 5/6 days per week — 60 minutes per day

Let’s say I am not able to hang 10 pounds in the 3rd month as he suggests. That is: I am stuck at 7 pounds and no matter what I do, I cannot exceed that even after 4 months (because of pain). Now does that mean I will not be gaining at all? Or do I gain but it is slow due to weight not being heavy enough?

It seems impossible for me to go above 7 pounds (even after 3 months - well it has been only one and a half month since I started, but I do know it is impossible). So is hanging waste of time if you can’t reach the suggested weights above or should I keep on even if I can’t exceed 7 pounds?

Take your time.

Stay on 7 till you feel you can handle 8 and so on and so forth.


Current Stats: 6.9BPEL/6.4NBPEL 5.5MEG.

Current Goal: 7BPEL/6.5NBPEL 5.75MEG.

I made a further research and Bib says:

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You must go by what your body tells you in any one situation, at any one time. Go by FEEL. Not some arbitrary weight. Once again, this is NOT a weight lifting competition. The only reason for a guy to ever be impressed by a weight amount hung is because of the controlled damage provided, and the gains attained. The goal is to reach fatigue early within a session, and to continue the fatigue for the rest of the session in a controlled manner, whether that requires two lbs or twenty

http://www.bibhanger.com/forums/php…c.php?f=10&t=28

So it is not really about the amount of weight but riding the fatigue right?

Thank you, sir. :)

Cyclope, I gained an inch from hanging alone and never went past 6lbs. I’m back to 3 lbs after 8 months of not hanging and its working for me. I have always added time before adding weight. Read blink2000’s thread on it. That man did his homework, and its really helpful to hanging.


09-01-07= 6" Bpel & 4.5" Eg

01-2013= 8" Bpel & 5&3/8" Eg

01-2015= 8" Bpel & 5.75" Eg

Originally Posted by bigtiny454
Cyclope, I gained an inch from hanging alone and never went past 6lbs.

Now that’s a relief. The idea of being obliged to hang tons of weight to your willie in order to gain was really disturbing. :)

Checking blink2000’s thread now. Congrats for the gains btw. :)

After 2 months I did not gain at all from hangin. Let’s see in the next 2 months. I have no idea if I am working properly but no results at the moment!

Bib the wise, I really wish he would come back to the forum.


PE Goal: 7.5" NBP x 5.8" MSG

Originally Posted by akaakaaka
After 2 months I did not gain at all from hanging. Let’s see in the next 2 months. I have no idea if I am working properly but no results at the moment!

Two months and no gains?? Did you only hang 1 set a day and take off days?? Did you use a Bib Hanger?


PE Goal: 7.5" NBP x 5.8" MSG

If you cannot go heavier because of pain, you need to determine where is that pain coming from. If it is because you are using a cheap device, well, then you need to correct that problem or you won’t gain. Now if the pain comes from the shaft because of the heavy stretch from the weight, that’s different; in that case no matter what is the weight, you are causing the fatigue anyways, you are gaining.


Present: 8.75" BPEL, 9.25" BPSFL, 5.3" EG

Goal: 1' BPEL, 6.5" EG

Some guys do well with long-time low-weight hanging. Consider that all-day extenders have been shown to lead to legitimate length gains, even when used alone, if worn for many hours (e.g., 8+) every day. These devices never exert more than a couple pounds force.

Originally Posted by djufo
If you cannot go heavier because of pain, you need to determine where is that pain coming from. If it is because you are using a cheap device, well, then you need to correct that problem or you won’t gain. Now if the pain comes from the shaft because of the heavy stretch from the weight, that’s different; in that case no matter what is the weight, you are causing the fatigue anyways, you are gaining.

It is the shaft that is aching. Device is fine.

Originally Posted by Para-Goomba
Some guys do well with long-time low-weight hanging. Consider that all-day extenders have been shown to lead to legitimate length gains, even when used alone, if worn for many hours (e.g., 8+) every day. These devices never exert more than a couple pounds force.

Yeah that makes sense Para.

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