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Working with SO Angles; stick with one or do several together?

Working with SO Angles; stick with one or do several together?

Hi BIB -

I have an SO hanging question:

I’ve been hanging SO for about six months at a pretty high weight, 3X20min daily, reducing weight as fatigue occurs.

However, when I try SO at approx 45degrees angled to the right or left, I can tell my ligs, etc, are much tighter.

My question is:
For SO hanging,
Should I concentrate on only one SO angle at a time (say, 4-6 months worth), or try alternating between 3 different angles?

I’ve heard it’s better to concentrate on only one angle (position) at a time generally. A problem seems to be that, while exclusively working on only one angle, I’ll then lose all the benefit of work done on another SO angle.

I’d appreciate your insight on this -
Thanks
9soon

9soon,

Damn good question that I have not seen for a while.

>Should I concentrate on only one SO angle at a time (say, 4-6 months worth), or try alternating between 3 different angles?<

If you are changing lateral angles, IOW over the leg or under the leg, then you need to keep the on about equal stress planes. Switch legs every time. If you are only doing three sets in a day, you might just switch legs by the day.

If you are writing about changing vertical angles, then you need to stick with a certain angle until gains stop, or it is very obvious you are getting no benefit from a certain angle. This might be two weeks, or a month, or six months.

The tissues of the penis are fairly tough. Just hanging for one set, at one angle, then letting it heal, is not going to produce much progress. You have to hit a specific set of tissues with a weight which will cause deformation, for a significant amount of traction time.

Did that answer your question ok?

Bigger

Thanks Bib. You just answered a question I didn’t even know I had. I’ve been switching angles during sessions so I guess I’ll have to change that.

BIB -

Thanks for your comments - they are indeed very helpful. I am addressing the issue of lateral angles in an SO format (not vertical angles). Perhaps I’ve made a mistake by concentrating on only one angle (SO at 90 degrees from the body), instead of equally developing under/over the leg. Switching legs by the day seems like a really good approach.

Another question: Given enough hanging time over months/years, it would seem as if one would be able to fully explore all the angles available. However, because of the extended time that may be necessary to fully develop only one kind of angle (ie. SO or OTS), isn’t there a loss of the ground one has already covered in previous work when one moves on to another type of angle?

I mean, if it takes 6 / 12 months to develop SO, then say I stop that and work on OTS, won’t the tissues tighten up again in SO? Or, is it better to never completely stop working on SO, for example, even after I’ve changed to concentrating on OTS? If this is the case, it would seem like more and more hang time is then required to include all the previous angles that have been worked on …

I hope this question is not too poorly presented …

Thanks
9soon

9soon,

>Another question: Given enough hanging time over months/years, it would seem as if one would be able to fully explore all the angles available. However, because of the extended time that may be necessary to fully develop only one kind of angle (ie. SO or OTS), isn’t there a loss of the ground one has already covered in previous work when one moves on to another type of angle?<

I do not think there is a “loss of ground”, so to speak. You work on a set of limiting factors for an amount of time which will produce results. Then, when the gains slow or stop, you switch to a different set of tissues, using a different angle of hang.

I estimated when I was hanging for gains, each 20-30 degrees change in angle of hang worked a different primary set of tissues. That does not mean the other tissues were not stressed at all. Just not in as concentrated a fashion.

Now, concerning ligs vs inner tunica, I think it is possible to stress one while the other receives no stress, and in fact atrophies. IOW, you can do only lig work at the lower angles without stressing the inner tunica, or you can do tunica work at the upper angles, working the entire tunica, without ever stressing the ligs. This of course all depends on the individual LOT of each hanger.

Do not worry about continually stressing all tissues each day. Work on deformation at a primary angle, then have a secondary angle to move to when the primary tissues become totally fatigued. Then the next day, return to the primary angle if possible. If not possible, go to the secondary angle.

Bigger

Thanks BIB -

Very helpful information. I appreciate it.

9soon

>Now, concerning ligs vs inner tunica, I think it is possible to stress one while the other receives no stress, and in fact atrophies. IOW, you can do only lig work at the lower angles without stressing the inner tunica, or you can do tunica work at the upper angles, working the entire tunica, without ever stressing the ligs.<

Definitely. I recently started working ligs again, and the upper angle tunica work I did just a few months ago apparently didn’t strengthen them a bit. I’m feeling a pull like when I first started hanging.

So, IMO, it’s better to focus on either ligs or tunica and leave the other completely alone. In other words, don’t hang 5 sets BTC and throw in an OTS for the hell of it. That’s counterproductive. Feel free to shift to alternate angles once your primary is fatigued, but choose one that continues to work your focus.

For example, BTC, SD, and UTL all work ligs. Fulcrum and OTS are for the tunica.

SO feels like a mix of both to me, but might be different for others depending on LOT. OTL is another oddball. I’d categorize it as primarily a lig position because I feel it most where the ligs attach on the sides of the base as opposed to the deeper pull of a true tunica exercise.

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