Not making progress anymore

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TrumpJunior
Posts: 521
Joined: July 23rd, 2016, 7:13 pm
Time stretching?: started August 4,2016...6:17 a.m.!
Stretching usage: 30mmID(omg,so,so small!) x 15mm WMC,ordering more weight currently,Added a 2nd 32mmID x15mm on top on September 16,Added a 3rd 15mm x 34mmID on November 13 (should be 24/7 very soon with the 3rd ring)...Also discontinued the 30mm ID ring,replaced it with 32mmID,much more comfortable!As of Jan 2017,my ID size is 34mm,I can't even imagine getting a 30mm ID ring on.In June 2017 started using 45mm x 34mmID weight every other day,alternating with 30mm.July 2017,moved to a 34ID x 45mm as my 24/7."The screwball",about 50% of evenings starting July 2017.In 2018,no screwball( I don't like it much),but up to 38mm ID weight!
Your hang: Your going down Hillary!
Stretching intensity: Been 24/7 since August 4,did not think work would allow 24/7 but it works :)
Are you pierced?: No
Height and weight: 6'2" 200lbs
age: 48
Other sexual practices: Looking at Large Breasted Women in Sears Christmas Catalog
Location: NY

Re: Not making progress anymore

Postby TrumpJunior » August 27th, 2017, 12:39 pm

footboy42 wrote:
Were you wearing The Screwball to work? :)


Now that really would cause a sensation! The most I used to wear at work was 4 x WMC[/quote]

I agree,this could be troublesome.Especially when turning the thumbscrew during a presentation in front of a group. :P

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Fantasack
Posts: 337
Joined: January 1st, 2014, 7:41 pm
Time stretching?: Since June 2013
Stretching usage: Mostly WMC weights, but I also regularly use a home-designed attachment system for heavy-weighting my balls over short periods. I also use both USSR's and the Forcer on a regular basis.
Your hang: 9 inches, which is enough for me! Now holding.
Stretching intensity: 24/7, but now at maintenance intensity
Your relationship status: Married (officially or otherwise)
Are you pierced?: No
age: 70
Other sexual practices: Anal stimulation, ball-spanking, heavy weighting
Location: BC, Canada

Re: Not making progress anymore

Postby Fantasack » August 27th, 2017, 7:10 pm

This has actually been a very thought-provoking topic, and there’s no one like Fantasack for having his thoughts on ball-splitting provoked!

I’m thinking about the possibility that plateaus are reached when the sack and ball support structures develop to the point where they can support the stretching effort without stretching further. Since you’re adding muscle mass and skin area by applying that effort, you’d expect the body to reach such an equilibrium given time. That’s what any training regime will do - any part of the body will develop resistance to any load that’s regularly applied to it.

The logical extension of this is that you might expect to have to keep upping the level of effort to overcome the body’s developed resistance. You can’t keep doing that for ever, so how do you break the cycle?

I think the answer may be twofold. First, I think you need to keep the steady 24/7 stretching effort to a relatively low level (even if you have the development and desire to physically accommodate more weight) so that a great deal of resistance is not built up over time. That will keep things stretching, albeit at a relatively slow pace - any amount of weight will do that. That’s how we no-hangers get to be hangers initially using only a single WMC!

Secondly, you need to periodically increase the level of effort to add extra stretch, but back off before the body has time to build up that extra resistance. In my own case, I’ve always taken fairly regular complete breaks, and it’s worked for me. Makes going back to the weights feel that much better, and hence keeps the thrill fresh every time.

So I’d guess that a regular program of light stretching most of the time (including sleeping) and a higher level of effort for a portion of the time would keep things moving without plateaus intervening. Of course, that takes a lot of will-power because those heavier loads feel sooooo good! Once hung, the temptation to continue becomes hard to resist!

In my case, I’m at a plateau now, but that’s fine because I’m also at the point where I’m not looking for any more significant progress, so a plateau suits me very well! I can keep up my regular heavy-weighting without fear of creating an unwanted extension – in fact, the heavy weight training will discourage any further extension at “normal” loads by maintaining my stretch resistance well above normal loadings. So I may not have to back off the normal loads as much as I had feared in order to hold my ground, as long as I keep up the heavy weighting.

If I wanted to stretch any more, I think I’d have to back right off and more or less start again following a lengthy break to reduce my sack’s present ability to handle serious weight without stretching any more. Not gonna happen – I’m staying right here!! Balls peeping out of my shorts leg is enough stretch for me!


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