The rate of gains seem great if you don’t look at the months of no gains that preceded it. We’ll see how the next month goes!
My main session is at night. I don’t do exactly the same thing every time, but I try to hit a range of angles, fulcrum hanging with the infrared lamp on. Then repeat all those angles without the lamp so the tissues can cool while extended. Then I pop on the extender, just so the tissues don’t retract.
In the mornings (provided I get a decent night’s sleep), I do a short session. 15-20 minutes with the lamp on. 15-20 minutes without. Then I attach the my ADH weight (1.2kg) to keep a light stretch on (I find this better than the extender). I’ll wear this for at least 4 hours at work (working at a standing desk) and if I have no discomfort I’ll carry on for another 4 after lunch. Most days I barely notice it, but it does keep a good stretch.
One of the main changes I’ve made is in terms of force. I try to make sure I’m using as much as I can take and then scale back when I can’t take it anymore. Without an extreme effort, my steel cord doesn’t budge.
Another encouraging development is that when I go to full stretch now, there is a lot more tension on the ligs to the side of my unit, suggesting that the septum has loosened up enough for them to take some of the force. (Of course that also means I’m now stretching against both septum and ligs).