Applying Bib's LOT theory to DLD Blasters

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Applying Bib 's LOT theory to DLD Blasters

I think that understanding the LOT theory and how it applies to Blasters is important to maximizing the stretching portion of ones workout. I have some of my own ideas and I would love to hear other peoples as well. I get asked a lot lately about if Blasters are something that is important to do depending on any given LOT. I try to think of things in the simplest terms. In this case I see the LOT theory being a road map to tug-back and loss of tug-back on PC flex data. If I give advice to men on this issue I simply suggest setting up the "A-Stretch " or it's equivalent and experiment with angles until the tug-back is felt in the stretch . If you are able to adjust the A-Stretch to a position that gives you good tug-back then you will maximize the stretch routine. I know for myself I have many different angles that I "A-Stretch " in and considering all the angles I use some do produce much more tug-back than others. Since the LOT theory came about I try to stay with stretch positions that optimize this theory. I think all men can greatly benefit from the Blasters if the proper angle is found that produces the most tug-back.

Any other thoughts are welcome.
 

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So you think that you can use both for optimal success?
 

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Supra said:
So you think that you can use both for optimal success?
I guess it goes back to my post earlier this week about keeping an open mind and embracing theory. I like to read everything and get all the research I can. When someone like Bib creates theory I am interested. Based on the LOT theory I wanted to have an exercise that folks could do when utilizing Bibs thoughts.
 

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Good to know! I love my DLD Pulse 110's and PLYO Blasters!!
 
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