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Question about moving up in weights

Question about moving up in weights

I’ve been hanging since September, and started off with sets at 13 pounds. Its February now, and I’m still hanging at 13 pounds. I tried to move up to 15 for a while, but it was too strenuous on my ligs - tingling and pain sensations after 2 sets.

What does this mean? Is this a good or bad thing? I’ve noticed that many of you gradually need to move up to heavier weights over time to achieve fatigue, but even after months of regular hanging, I can’t comfortably increase.

My gains have been steady, but slow - about 1/8 inch a month at best. I’m curious why I can’t tolerate more weights by now. I know this isnt a weightlifting competition, but I’m wondering.

Also - has anyone here noticed their shaft thinning out as they increase length? I haven’t gotten ANY increase in base thickness; in fact, I’m pretty sure my base and lower shaft have gotten THINNER! Its quite obvious, but I haven’t measured it out of fear that my suspicions are true.

fuel,

> I’ve been hanging since September, and started off with sets at 13 pounds. Its February now, and I’m still hanging at 13 pounds. I tried to move up to 15 for a while, but it was too strenuous on my ligs - tingling and pain sensations after 2 sets. <

You are truly blessed. Do not worry about this. I stayed at the same weight or range of weights for long periods before having to move up. But, you might try 15 lbs for one set, 14 for the next, and then 13.

>What does this mean? Is this a good or bad thing?<

It is a good thing. You are getting the stress and gains at lower weights. The object is not to see how much weight you can hang, but to achieve gains. Many guys would envy you being able to do this at 13 lbs after five months.

>I’ve noticed that many of you gradually need to move up to heavier weights over time to achieve fatigue, but even after months of regular hanging, I can’t comfortably increase.<

Few guys move steadily up. Most hit weight plateaus where they stay for a good long while. I stayed between 17.5 and 22.5 for a long time. That is where I got most of my gains. Do not push it. Be thankful.

>My gains have been steady, but slow - about 1/8 inch a month at best. I’m curious why I can’t tolerate more weights by now. I know this isnt a weightlifting competition, but I’m wondering.<

1/8 inch per month is 1.5 inches per year. Please do not get upset about this, or some other guys I know will put out a contract on you.

>Also - has anyone here noticed their shaft thinning out as they increase length? I haven’t gotten ANY increase in base thickness; in fact, I’m pretty sure my base and lower shaft have gotten THINNER! Its quite obvious, but I haven’t measured it out of fear that my suspicions are true. <

Nope. I have never seen a report of this. Go ahead and measure. Keep records on everything. You will be glad that you did. Also, don’t pay attention to changes in small increments of time. Look at things in the context of several months to a year. Not a sprint, but a marathon.

Bigger

Thanks for your insight.

You’re not doing PE anymore, right? If so, did you stop because you reached your goal measurement, or was it more of a natural “I think this is enough” kind of thing? Are you COMPLETELY done with PE, or do you do the occasional dick pull every once in a while?

fuel,

>You’re not doing PE anymore, right?<

Not for gains.

>If so, did you stop because you reached your goal measurement, or was it more of a natural “I think this is enough” kind of thing?<

It was my wife’s natural “I think this is enough” thing.

>Are you COMPLETELY done with PE, or do you do the occasional dick pull every once in a while?<

I do a light jelq for a few minutes, maybe 3-4 times per week, when I think about it. This is for the circulation benefits, manual angioplasty. Before PE, I was beginning to get a little ED, and I do not want it to return.

Then, I get requests from guys to try something with a Bib that they have found, or to try and work out a problem they have had. This does not happen very often.

Bigger

15lbs wow. This is my first week, but im only doing like 2-3 lbs and cant do more.

Is it normal to do so little weight when u first start, or am i maybe not wrapping correctly and that causes excess pain and limits my weignt?

Tlaloc,

>15lbs wow. This is my first week, but im only doing like 2-3 lbs and cant do more. <

This is not unusual.

>Is it normal to do so little weight when u first start, or am i maybe not wrapping correctly and that causes excess pain and limits my weignt? <

It depends on where the pain is. If you have pain from the stress, then you cannot go up in weight. If it is pain from the wrap or hanger, you need to get it fixed. Then, you might be able to go up in weight.

Bigger

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