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Should You Hang Through Fatigue?

So I have done several searches and read all through the Hanging 101 post and cannot find anything other than vague info on fatigue. I am actually finishing out my last hanging set of the day and feeling some really good fatigue going on and was wondering if I should push through this and finish my set or if I should just call it and start again tomorrow?

No sharp pains just a dull aching feeling that I have felt before but no real pain. I am not hanging heavy or for any crazy amount of time either.

Thanks!


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

More information on time, weights and duration of sets would be needed for anyone to really give you a reasonably informed opinion.

If you want to try it, finish the set and see how you feel after. This is how it’s experimentation starts but also how injuries can start. It is an executive decision. How each person who hangs experiences and feels fatigued is different. There is no static rule that can really give you the “one true way” to hang.


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Originally Posted by thoughtfulgold
More information on time, weights and duration of sets would be needed for anyone to really give you a reasonably informed opinion.

If you want to try it, finish the set and see how you feel after. This is how it’s experimentation starts but also how injuries can start. It is an executive decision. How each person who hangs experiences and feels fatigued is different. There is no static rule that can really give you the “one true way” to hang.

I am at 6.5lbs and I am doing 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon. I am just getting back to hanging. I didn’t feel like I could finish due to the strange discomfort. Although, I felt just fine when I removed the weight and as usual I did not turtle which is awesome.

Does hanging through fatigue give you the most gains or should Is simply aim to hit fatigue by my final set of the day?


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

Originally Posted by Big_Dick_Rick
I am at 6.5lbs and I am doing 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon. I am just getting back to hanging. I didn’t feel like I could finish due to the strange discomfort. Although, I felt just fine when I removed the weight and as usual I did not turtle which is awesome.

Does hanging through fatigue give you the most gains or should Is simply aim to hit fatigue by my final set of the day?


Bib always said you want to hit fatigue as soon as possible and ride it as long as you can since that is where the most deformation occurs. It makes sense because your tissues and ligaments are exhausted and quit “resisting.”


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Originally Posted by Big_Dick_Rick
I am at 6.5lbs and I am doing 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon. I am just getting back to hanging. I didn’t feel like I could finish due to the strange discomfort. Although, I felt just fine when I removed the weight and as usual I did not turtle which is awesome.

Does hanging through fatigue give you the most gains or should Is simply aim to hit fatigue by my final set of the day?

That is theory that will differ from person to person. The concept of “riding the fatigue” sounds like it means to hit it and hang. Some only want to hit it and stop. As someone who has failed hanging at least twice, I just can’t tell you.


Now: 9.25" BPEL x 6.18" MSEG as of 8/9/2018 This is my story, a few progress pics of me here, and all my methods.

Then: 6.25" x 4.37" in 8/2009 Are you new to PE? Here's some advice I wish someone had given me when I first started.

My current PE4F pumping project and my balls enhancement project. There is no "Holy Grail" of Penis Enlargement. Only time and effort works. I'm *9* years in and counting. All you have to do is put the work in and keep the faith.

There’s all sorts of discomfort when hanging. Often, you’re feeling discomfort due to attachment issues. This is not fatigue. Often, unless it’s blatant discomfort, it can be hard to tell the difference. Right now, I’m hanging 7 kg fairly comfortable. Yesterday, I was struggling very hard to do the same and had to drop down to my ‘comfort weight’ at 5 kg.

Maybe it’s my tissue that’s still toughened from being an experienced hanger in the past, but I have yet to feel significant fatigue getting back into hanging.

As Schlong says, the proposed ideal from Bib is to reach fatigue early (1 or 2nd set) and then ‘ride’ this fatigue through the session and most likely having to reduce weight due to fatigue.

I wouldn’t overthink it, though. Just try to focus on getting in hang time and increasing weights in time.

Originally Posted by Mr. Schlong
Bib always said you want to hit fatigue as soon as possible and ride it as long as you can since that is where the most deformation occurs. It makes sense because your tissues and ligaments are exhausted and quit “resisting.”

So I hung through the fatigue yesterday and did not have any discomfort but this morning I had some pretty gnarly attachment point pain so I had to cut my weight in half in order to hang without pain. I don’t know if this is good or not haha.


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

Originally Posted by thoughtfulgold
That is theory that will differ from person to person. The concept of “riding the fatigue” sounds like it means to hit it and hang. Some only want to hit it and stop. As someone who has failed hanging at least twice, I just can’t tell you.

I think in the future I may stop or lighten the weight when I hit it in the future. I had some pretty bad attachment point pain in the tip of my penis for the first set today and had to cut my weight in half in order to hang without pain.


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

Originally Posted by Renholder
There’s all sorts of discomfort when hanging. Often, you’re feeling discomfort due to attachment issues. This is not fatigue. Often, unless it’s blatant discomfort, it can be hard to tell the difference. Right now, I’m hanging 7 kg fairly comfortable. Yesterday, I was struggling very hard to do the same and had to drop down to my ‘comfort weight’ at 5 kg.

Maybe it’s my tissue that’s still toughened from being an experienced hanger in the past, but I have yet to feel significant fatigue getting back into hanging.

As Schlong says, the proposed ideal from Bib is to reach fatigue early (1 or 2nd set) and then ‘ride’ this fatigue through the session and most likely having to reduce weight due to fatigue.

I wouldn’t overthink it, though. Just try to focus on getting in hang time and increasing weights in time.

I thought it was fatigue yesterday but it may have very well been attachment point since the tip of my penis hurt super bad when I tried to hang with my vac hanger this morning. Had to cut my weight in half in order to hang without pain. I only do two 1 hour sets since I am using a vac hanger but I get the concept.


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

I think I am using a bit to much pressure… I was keeping it at about 7 HG. Is that too much or do I just need to get my dick used to the pressure again?


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

Noticed that I reach fatigue faster if I do longer sets of hanging: 30 mins instead of 20.

I wonder if longer but fewer sets are better than shorter sets (of 20 mins) but more repetitions? Does anyone have any experience with such a routine?

Originally Posted by rusy
Noticed that I reach fatigue faster if I do longer sets of hanging: 30 mins instead of 20.

I wonder if longer but fewer sets are better than shorter sets (of 20 mins) but more repetitions? Does anyone have any experience with such a routine?

I do two one hour sets a day and I feel like I am getting great length gains from it. I love vac hangers because you can do these longer sets without killing your penis and it is a lot more comfortable as well.


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

I got all my hanging gains by hanging through fatigue for a few weeks once it set in. It would usually take me a few weeks to work my way up to fatigue, then it was like a switch flipped - the gains would starting coming, with plenty of discomfort in the ligs and base tunica.

So yes, keep going, especially if you are not getting any gains from hanging yet.

Monitor your BPFSL after your sessions regularly until you know what yields gains for you.


Before 5.5" x 4.1" ///////// Now 7.4" x 4.9"

Originally Posted by BeardedDragon
I got all my hanging gains by hanging through fatigue for a few weeks once it set in. It would usually take me a few weeks to work my way up to fatigue, then it was like a switch flipped - the gains would starting coming, with plenty of discomfort in the ligs and base tunica.

So yes, keep going, especially if you are not getting any gains from hanging yet.

Monitor your BPFSL after your sessions regularly until you know what yields gains for you.

Ok, so I should see immediate gains after a hanging session?

Also, your signature is encouraging as I am at where you started and I want to get to 7.5 as well.

Thanks for your reply!


Current BPEL: 5.5" Start BPEL: 5 .25"

BPEL Gains So Far: .25"

Goal: BPEL 7.5"

My two cents-

Spend as much time as possible in the hanger while in a fatigued state and don’t allow too much time between workouts or healing will begin and the fatigue will go away. Riding the fatigue can in theory be done indefinitely and if correctly approached it will lead to relatively easy and consistent gains.

My instinct starting out was to stop hanging once I reached fatigue, but I found that if I do more sets while fatigued that I make better gains. Ideally you should be spending several hours every day hanging while in a fatigued state.

Just be careful. Riding the fatigue means staying in the sweet spot between injury and healing. Too much and you can get hurt, too little and you won’t make gains. Hope this helps.


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