Buckfever's Post Collagen Remodeling Theory Journal
For those interested in my previous journey and results see here:
Buckfever’s progress report/bananaman story.
This log is to examine a theory that I have regarding essentially long term deconditioning. Specifically are additional gains available after diminishing returns are achieved, following a 240 day time period of maintenance? 240 days being the long held time period in which collagen fibers are thought to remodel fully. (That said it is also known that elastic fibers are not remodeled for a year, which for me is useful to consider.)
X4 labs base and extension rods and a generic hybrid cradle and noose. With velcro to secure the noose. I find the X4 lab cradle uses a noose that it too small for my liking. Generic hybrid cradles and replacement noose materials are readily available on Ebay. The X4 labs base and extension rod assembly are of seemingly better quality although not necessarily easier to use. The base is definitely more robust than on generic models and also has a little more room. I tried the wide girth base and don’t like it.
One thing I want to emphasize based on my experience and based on reflection. If you are having trouble with slippage with the noose, it is almost certainly because you are using too many extension rods. The final position of the glans needs to be such that the tip of the glans extends beyond the end of the cradle. The reason for this is because the noose needs to exert a downward force so that slippage will not occur. I mention this now because I wasted a lot of time, with slippage issues simply because I was overzealous with adding length to the extender.
Base girth ~ 7"
Midshaft girth ~ 5.5"
BPFSL ~ 7.25"
Maximum stretched length in the extender(MESL) ~ 21cm
MESL is the length that I will be monitoring, it is simply that it is the easiest and most accurate measure for me to monitor. To get that measure I use the same tape measure for consistency.
Big cock, tight abs, fit body, strong mind.