1) I don’t think that’s a fair question. Is what enough? Enough weight.. enough time? At some point the weight you use to bring about fatigue now will not be enough. You’ll need to move up. Your 5lbs right now very well might be all you need to cause fatigue/deformation. 4 sets occurs to me as not *quite* enough. I’d go more for 6 or 8 sets per day, but that being said I’ve heard of guys having some success with 4.
2) Goals are good to have, but please realize that the focus should be on achieving fatigue, hanging comfortably, and not causing injury. Please do not rush in the name of progress.. it’ll only set you back. Adding too much weight too fast for example. To give a realistic picture though, 1/4” per month in BPFSL is usually at the higher end of what I see guys achieving (outside of a newbie pop), 1/8” per month is well within reach. If you’re hanging on a dedicated basis and it goes much below that, I’d check the routine and change things up. More weight/more sets as other members said. Different angle is debatable though. What angle are you hanging, by the way? And do you know why?
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