Yeah, I asked about OTS fulcrum hanging because it’s mentioned in the 2006 Hanging thread, in the first post.
“About one inch was made fairly quickly, hanging at the BTC angle, and the rest hanging OTS with and without a fulcrum, and SO with and without a fulcrum.”
I’ll have to try this fulcrum hanging, but my only concern is that I have a Bib original…or maybe it’s a starter.
I don’t know. It’s the widest of the two, so I’m guessing it’s the original since this was a prototype that he gave me before he started making them public. He did this for some Bib beta-testers back in the day, which was REALLY cool of him. Anyway, I’m trying to figure out how to get a PVC pipe under my shaft with that wide hanger on. It’s probably really easy to do, and I’m overthinking it. I’ll try it out later.
Yeah, my injury is one of those “too much pressure in the glans” injuries, so it feels like I’m bruised inside.
Taking into account the theory behind extenders, I do think there’s something to be said for lighter weight, longer time. However, I also see the potential in moving up to heavier weights.
It’s interesting that you move up in weights during your set. Do you do that to reach fatigue at the higher weight, or do you reach it @ 12 lbs., and push past that to a heavier weight?
What is this technique called? Reverse something…
I think fatigue is the main factor as well. There was a time when I was at fatigue 24/7 for over a week, but that’s subsided now, unfortunately. It happened when I made the change from 3 lbs. to 5 lbs., so maybe when I move up to 8 that daily fatigue will come back.
Luckily you’ve gotten gains with your routine(s). I, unfortunately, haven’t.
I’m hoping I’m one of those guys who start gaining once they get up to 10+ lbs a day/10+ hours a week.
Time will tell.
I know how you feel about being a thread killer. I’ve killed threads before they even began, which is why I’m glad this thread has finally got some action.
Thanks for the replies to my questions.