Unfortunately, I don’t think it is that easy to do so. How do you know you have caused a grade II strain to your TA? When this happens, there are sympotms, say pain or something else? If this was the case, you’d know it was time to just rest for at least a week - actually, way more than that. But it would be interesting to see how the so called ‘riding the fatigue’ fits with what this studies are showing. I don’t want to start the arguing again, so everybody just read and think on it by themselves. I’ll ad another small excerpt:
”..Tendons are slow to heal, with no appreciable increase in strength within the first 3 weeks.
Strength slowly increases from 3-6 weeks, with slow gains thereafter.3 Overstressing a tendon repair
before adequate healing can result in gap formation and/or repair failure. Tendons undergoing a gap
greater than 3mm during the repair process heal at a slower rate, with lower ultimate tensile
resistance at 6 weeks compared to tendons healing with no gap.”
I’d say what we have in layman terms, when translated to PE, is that a) you can’t use very high forces for long periods - you’ll have to take a break, otherwise you are just toughening your penis; b) working your penis for over a given duration daily (duration which is inversely correlated with the amount of the force applied) will more likely be counterproductive than beneficial; c) taking a deconditioning break can be the only way to start new gains; d) switching to different techniques can lead to new gains.
All the above is nothing new under the sun, it seems to accord enough with what most vets around here suggests. And of course, this is just how I’m reading all this.