- 11-13-2013 #51
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My advice to you after about a three or four month deconditioning break is to do the exact opposite that you have been doing .During that four months off do lots of research on what you want to do next ie exercises. I have always done what I can do when I can d it. That might mean four days one week five the next two the following. What seems to work for me is to switch exercises often, about every other month.jp90,then stretching then hanging but find something totally new for you. If you have consistently worked out six days a week try two or three well spaced out days. In most things in life if it is too hard ,constant uphill you may be doing something wrong. Do you have morning ten wood, if you don't maybe too hard or often? If you have done things to the best of your ability try taking it easy with easier grip. If you have only worked out two or three days a week try 5,6,or 7. Just change things up. First tho I would strongly recommend a three or four month break
- 11-13-2013 #52
You are correct rustler. I for one was wrong to do so.Going an inch and 1/2 deeper than before
- 11-15-2013 #53
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- 11-15-2013 #54
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- Jul 2012
Fortunately, PE does not require faith in order to induce tissue deformation.
Unfortunately, it does require a tremendous sacrifice in time and patience. I have been at this for some 1.25 years and have not seen any gains either. However, my "faith" in the ability of stress to deform tissues remains intact. I just haven't been applying enough force x time consistently.
The routine you describe seems a little haphazard and unfocused, IMO it's best to stick with one method at a time (i.e. hanging, since you have a great hanger already) and perform that as regularly as possible without causing injury.
Make sure you are steadily increasing the force x time (again within the boundaries of averting injury), and eventually you will hit an amount of weight/time that will force your tissues to deform and grow.(current)
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