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Still no fatigue, start BTC?

Still no fatigue, start BTC?

Okay so I’ve read around a bit, and it seems fairly normal that some guys wont get fatigued until 5-20 pounds.

I’ve been hanging at 2.5 pounds for a week or so, and I finally cracked because I couldn’t feel that much of a stretch.

I did my first two (20 min) sets at 2.5, and then went to 5 pounds for 4 (20 min) sets. Still no fatigue!!

I’ve been hanging straight down so far, which I remember hobby (I think), mentioning that newbies should start out with

I think that I’ll get fatigue if I hang BTC, should I just skip SD and go BTC to get that fatigue? Because other than a tiny bit of skin soreness I don’t

feel much of anything.

I’d say take your time RG.

I’m only on 1kg and hanging half the time SD and then scooting down the chair towards BTC for a set.

I’m viewing it as at least 1 month conditioning.

I’m only at 20 mins x 2 sets @ 1kg right now.

No real rush if things are to be done right.


01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

Thanks ruz_, maybe I’ll split my workouts into 1/2 SD and 1/2 BTC.

It’s easy to get rushed, especially when I see so much advice saying: Go up in weight until you feel fatigued.

I’ve just got plenty of time on my hands right now.

Well, I have been hanging for a month, with 5 pounds max, 3 sets of 20 minutes. I see the gains coming, but I feel no fatigue. So maybe fatigue isn’t crucial for hanging gains?

For my experience: no fatigue, no gains. So don’t waste your time hanging if you won’t get fatigue.

Originally Posted by mister007

For my experience: no fatigue, no gains. So don’t waste your time hanging if you won’t get fatigue.

That’s what I am worried about. Bib says the same thing, that there are few people who get gains without fatigue, and that’s usually just in the beginning.

My suggestion would be to concentrate all your effort on one angle. And, increase the weight by about one lb per week, not jumping from 2.5 to 5lb in one day out of frustration. By concentrating on one angle you are stressing the same area in the same manner over and over again and eventually the fatigue will come. For me, it was at 7.5lb and kind of startled me at first because I HAD to get the weight off. Remember to drop the weight about 1 to 2lb and finish your set. You must continue to hang at a lower weight. After you start experiencing fatigue you will learn to increase and decrease the weight in order to hang as many sets as possible at a reduced weight. Just keep at it. You don’t know at what weight you will experience fatigue, everyone is different.


Then (4.5 nbpel x 4.75 mseg)

Now (5.625 nbpel, x 5.25 mseg)

Currently I’m doing 3x20 minute sets.

In recent days I’ve gone for 2lbs to do 3lbs in my final set. I felt no real fatique as I had my first few days at 2lbs. I had been hanging at 2lbs for 2-3 sets for about 14 days now.

Yesterday I did 1x2lbs set, then 2x3lbs set, I felt after 14 days I could add a bit more weight.

This morning I have an ache in the groin, just around and above my pubes, which I assume is fatique? It is a feeling like “urghh, I don’t want to hang today”, yet I know I must to some degree.

So I’d say right now I fatigue at around 3lbs BTC. That said I pretty much am sure I have a high exit point, highish LOT and therefore tight ligs so I’m expecting low weight fatigue.

By 7 days I’m hoping to more to 3x3lbs sets.

Looking at the sample routine, I think that pretty much indicates you add 3lbs a week, but I don’t think you just add that in one go, rather perhaps progress by 1lbs per week.

My only concern now is do I continue at 3x20minute sets for 7 days or move to 4 sets? i.e. 7 or 9 hours?


01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

Thanks for the reply Dick Builder, I know I probably took the wrong approach here jumping in weight like that, and it was a one time thing ;) .

Currently I’m getting a pretty good amount of fatigue at 5 pounds (every set), but not enough that I HAVE to get the weight off. Should I keep adding that 1 pound per week until I hit that point where I need to go lower to finish off my sets? I feel close to that point immediately after I start hanging, but then I will get used to it.

Yes, one pound per week or so is pretty safe. But, it’s up to you and how you feel. Go slow and don’t push it. You are correct, the feeling of fatigue you should be searching for takes place while you are hanging and isn’t the soreness you feel afterwards. I remember a discussion about it over on Bib’s forum, where people were discussing how it felt for them. For me, it was the feeling that I absolutely, positively had to get the weight off, immediately. Some have explained it as some sort of electric shock feeling. For me, it was more like a multitude of bee stings. For you, who knows, it could feel completely different.

Once I started experiencing fatigue, and being forced to reduce the weight in order to complete my sets, I could feel it coming on (as you describe) and would add a pound or two in order to bring it on sooner. Then, I would reduce the weight and continue with my set. I don’t suggest that technique just yet; one or two pound is quite a jump at the weight you are currently hanging. Sometimes, I might feel fatigued again during a set and have to reduce a second time. If you continue to slowly add the weight you will eventually reach fatigue – it may take a while.


Then (4.5 nbpel x 4.75 mseg)

Now (5.625 nbpel, x 5.25 mseg)

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