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  • #16
    Hey5268,

    >Can you prove the cementing of ligament gains in a different way; by doing the 3 tests which prove that you cant make ligament gains?<

    I have no idea what that means.

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    • #17

      >I have no idea what that means.<

      The lot test, mirror test and feeling test which prove that you cant make ligament gains and you should be hanging for tunica gains. Can these tests be done to prove that you are hanging enough weight to cement ligament gains?

      thank you
      Last edited by Hey5268; 08-31-2021, 04:27 PM.

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      • #18
        Hey5268,

        >The lot test, mirror test and feeling test which prove that you cant make ligament gains and you should be hanging for tunica gains. Can these tests be done to prove that you are hanging enough weight to cement ligament gains?<

        No. Those tests only help explain the tightness of ligs. They say nothing about gains from tunica stretch, which can be lost as well.

        Much easier to measure.

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        • #19
          What was the heaviest weight you reached?

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          • #20
            Hey5268,

            >What was the heaviest weight you reached?<

            45 lbs.

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            • #21
              There's a link with increased BPFSL to increased BPEL. Does this mean BPFSL is relevant when hanging; for example if you see that your BPFSL is bigger after a set, then it was a good weight. If you didn't see an increase or saw a shrinkage of BPFSL after a set, then it was too much weight? Or Why isn't it relevant?

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              • #22
                Hey5268,

                >There's a link with increased BPFSL to increased BPEL. Does this mean BPFSL is relevant when hanging; for example if you see that your BPFSL is bigger after a set, then it was a good weight. If you didn't see an increase or saw a shrinkage of BPFSL after a set, then it was too much weight? Or Why isn't it relevant?<

                BPFSL measures lead BPEL measures. Guys write about gettihg down, discouraged. But if BPFSL is going up, BPEL should not be far behind.

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                • #23
                  >BPFSL measures lead BPEL measures. Guys write about gettihg down, discouraged. But if BPFSL is going up, BPEL should not be far behind.<

                  Does this make measuring BPFSL before and after a hanging session a good indicator of how good the session was?

                  Does this mean that any action which increases BPFSL when hanging will help gains?

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                  • #24
                    Hey5268,

                    >Does this make measuring BPFSL before and after a hanging session a good indicator of how good the session was?<

                    I do not think you can say that conclusively. I do not know of any guys that have reported measuring before and after a session.

                    >Does this mean that any action which increases BPFSL when hanging will help gains?<

                    That is safe to say.

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