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  • Re: Managing Fatigue

    The best way i can describe fatigue is youll feel every inch of your penis both hidden and exposed letting you know they are being worked.

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    • Re: Managing Fatigue

      Great thread that is worth reading many times.
      Start: 8/2013: BPEL: 6.3" EG: 5.1"
      Current:2/2015 BPEL: 8.1 BPFSL: 8.7 "* MEG: 5.9"
      The Goal: BPEL: 8.5" EG: 6.5"

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      • Bigger,

        After you have decreased weight during the day, did you ever increase back up within the same day if you found you were easily hanging the reduced weight each set? Or do you finish out the day at that lower weight?

        Jman

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        • Jman,

          >After you have decreased weight during the day, did you ever increase back up within the same day if you found you were easily hanging the reduced weight each set? Or do you finish out the day at that lower weight?<

          I almost always went back up, if not to my max, then close, in my evening sets.

          As far as the daytime sets, I cannot ever remember going back up once I had gone down.

          Now, sometimes I would drop too much, then go back up a bit. Say drop 2.5 lbs, it would than be too easy, so I would add a lb back. That type of thing.

          Bigger

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          • Thanks. It makes sense with my experience. If the sets are close together, it is always getting progressively difficult to hang the same weight, always forcing either weight or time down. If I have a break between the sets, this is not necessarily true. This now seems critical, to keep the sets close enough together.

            Jman

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            • Hiya BiB

              Long time no see. : )

              I've been hanging somewhat successfully lately, measured more than ever (had a 9.2" measurement fluke ;D) and I was just wondering... fatigue is a troublesome concept for the fact that involves "pain"/"feels" and that can vary a lot from person to person, e.g., I knew a guy who twisted his femur bone completely and felt only a mild discomfort, feeling pain only after surgery (the day after).

              I THINK my ligs are getting stretched: despite the ruler, I'm noticing my penis falling further and further down each time I close my legs for any reason (while I'm going to sleep, for instance, it's getting "easier" for it to fall BEHIND my legs), while before it would just get squeezed in between the thighs (correct me if I'm wrong or if this could be anything else).

              I usually "feel" fatigue in the beginning of the set, after a few minutes it gets accustomed and I will only feel that "ouchy" feeling again when I remove the weight. My question is: do you ever stop feeling the stretching of the ligs once it's fully accomplished? Logically that stress will start being felt by the tunica (I guess), but I was wondering if there's any way to know for sure you don't need to do lig stretching any longer.

              Thanks BiB ; )

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              • BooYa,

                >I've been hanging somewhat successfully lately, measured more than ever (had a 9.2" measurement fluke ;D) and I was just wondering... fatigue is a troublesome concept for the fact that involves "pain"/"feels" and that can vary a lot from person to person, <

                You are correct, pain tolerance is a huge variable.

                Congratulations on the gains.

                >I THINK my ligs are getting stretched: despite the ruler, I'm noticing my penis falling further and further down each time I close my legs for any reason (while I'm going to sleep, for instance, it's getting "easier" for it to fall BEHIND my legs), while before it would just get squeezed in between the thighs (correct me if I'm wrong or if this could be anything else).<

                That is all correct. I still remember the first time I sat on my unit, getting into a car.

                But if you are asking about whether you ligs are fully stretched out or not, just do the three tests.

                >I usually "feel" fatigue in the beginning of the set, after a few minutes it gets accustomed and I will only feel that "ouchy" feeling again when I remove the weight. My question is: do you ever stop feeling the stretching of the ligs once it's fully accomplished? Logically that stress will start being felt by the tunica (I guess), but <

                Once your LOT is 6, low skin exit point, an inch or less of inner penis, then the inner tunica will be taking a good deal, if not most, of the stress away from the ligs. The ligs will of course still be taking some stress. What you describe above sounds kind of like pulling adhesions out of the previous deformations in the ligs. That can be intense, but once they are stretched out, early in a set, then the tunica could be taking most of the stress.

                >I was wondering if there's any way to know for sure you don't need to do lig stretching any longer.<

                Do the three tests: LOT, mirror, and palpation.

                Bigger

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                • Yeah, I was "afraid" you were gonna say that... I don't want to keep posting every week like "Am I there yet? Am I there yet?" so... as soon as I can I'll do the test and send the 3 pictures (1 front and 2 from the sides) for you to analyze. Like... once a month or once every two months...

                  Thanks BIB : )

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