This theory of LOT was developed by Bib (Bigger). LOT in itself determines the angle of attack the user may use in order to maximize his gains. Here is an explanation of LOT and how to determine your LOT.
Lie on your back, legs flat, head on the floor. Lightly stretch your penis up towards your chin, and do a kegel. You should feel the tug back. Keep doing this as you move your dick in 1-hour increments down towards your feet (12:00, 11:00, 10:00, 9:00, 8:00, 7:00 or 6:00). Remember, 12:00 is towards your chin; 6:00 is towards your feet. Note the point on the clock where you can no longer see the tug will be your LOT.
Those with a LOT value of 9:00-12:00 have much potential for ligament stretch . For those with a value less then this (8:00, 7:00 & 6:00) the area of attack should lean towards Tunica stretching based on this theory.
I am trying to facilitate as much information on tunica specific and lig specific exercise to help keep users motivated no matter what their LOT is. You will find tunica and lig specific forums that are slowly building up exercise. If you are a MOS site member there is a Tunica Specific Routine.
LOT is a very useful theory and is no reason for anyone to become discouraged. If you have a low LOT you can use this information to help plan your workouts. Too many people are becoming discouraged because of this information. It does not mean you can't gain, it is only a roadmap to how you should attack your program. If anyone feels confused about this theory in any way please ask any questions.
OK DLD, thanks. I tested my LOT and it seems to be around 7 to 8. I guess from that I need to concentrate more on tunica exercises (not that I have a clue what they are). Would it also be correct to say I need to concentrate on stretchingupwards - mostly my routine so far has consisted of wet jelqing and stretchingdownwards. Actually I've never done a lot of stretching - maybe I need to switch to more stretching . Does stretching increase length at the expense of girth? Recently I seem to be gaining in girth rather than length and I'm reluctant to lose that gain....