LSJL Update 2-13-17 Looks like some growth

Here’s the last update.

Here’s the new feet images:

I’ve been loading only my left foot trying with clamping various parts of it.  It looks like the left foot is starting to catch up with the right although I do have confirmation bias(I want to confirm my existing opinions) but I always have confirmation bias and I see greater changes than I did before.

So I’ll keep doing what I’m doing.  See if I can get greater changes in my feet, see if I can clamp my right hand to be bigger as I have before x-rays and I can just get after xrays to get definitive solid proof, my right hand does look bigger to me but I’d rather to see if I can get more definitive growth as again I do have confirmation bias.  And of course I’m trying to clamp to increase height.

21 thoughts on “LSJL Update 2-13-17 Looks like some growth

    1. Michael

      Left foot is slightly longer than the right one as seen in the photo provided by Tyler. Using Gimp I calculated that the total growth of his left foot represents 0,7% of the length of the uclamped, right foot. If the gain’s proportional in the legs , there should be about 6 mm of expected growth.

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  1. Steve

    Seriously Tyler…what was your total growth in height with LSJL? on Heightquest you claimed you grew 1.5 inches in a year with LSJL,and after that the growth ceased,so why dont you go back to loading the knees and ankles? Why waste your time loading hands and feet? Do you want to go past 5’10 or just prove a point here? We all know LSJL works if done correctly,as many people have had some degree of success on the forums,so we have already established that,why dont you focus on growing taller instead? We dont need any so called “proof” if you have grown 1.5 inches,then thats “proof”.

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    1. Tyler Post author

      The relative load is higher for the feet and hands than it is for the legs and arms. It’s also easier to get pictures of the feet and hands. I’m trying to the legs and arms but feet and hands will serve as proof of concept to get more resources to design a better, wider clamp etc. I’m working on height and wingspan and just switched up the clamping method but feet and hands aren’t limited by the fact that I can only really use a 600lbs clamp.

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        1. Tyler Post author

          The Irwin Quick Grip I’m using has 600lbs of clamping force. It wasn’t available at hardware stores I had to buy it on amazon. For legs and arms it’s conceivable that much higher clamping force could be needed.

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          1. Steve

            Very interesting…i just bought the irwin quick grip recently.

            Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions

  2. Cameron

    Tyler, I talked to Michael on the phone a few months ago. My company is developing technologies to grow the facial structure in adults. We’ve been developing our technology for over 2 years. I am highly confident we will generate unbelievable results in the forthcoming trials, including pronounced cheekbones, forward and wide face, and cut lower jaw.

    After I finish up my products and trials, I want to talk to you more about you research and see what we can do to accelerate results. I have gained a massive amount of experience regarding medical device engineering and bone growth over the past few months.

    Best regards

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      1. Cameron

        It’s a medical device, not a drug trial, so it will be a lot more rapid. We hope to be able to launch publically this year. Shoot me an email if you want to start a discussion. I am pretty sure we went to the same university also according to Michael

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  3. Cameron

    All our devices should fall under Class I or Class II medical device, unlike a Class III device which would be a lot more difficult

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  4. Somebody

    Cameron,

    What’s your company called, and where can I follow your guys’ progress online? I’m interested in anything that will reshape the maxilla to bring it upward and forward. Is the method mechanical, eg is it a pulling device you’re working on? If not, what’s the basic mechanism you’re employing to promote growth?

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  5. D.

    Hi there! Thanks for that post! I sent you an e-mail last week ( called ” Experimental growth routine ;)” ), hope you could read it soon! I sent it from the e-mail that I write here. 😉 Thanks !!!

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  6. BELIEVE

    Tyler just one question.If you claimed that u grew 1.5 inches on your legs.Then why dont to grow more ? Please tell me if there is a cap on lsjl growth.Is it adding more bone or just increase articular cartilage for a little growth.Please tell me how it adds bone vertically.I am not being skeptical just wanna know the mechanics.Pls reply

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    1. Tyler Post author

      Great find! Unfortunately the translation to English from japan makes it harder to understand. Since you’re from japan maybe you can summarize? It seems to relate to creating microcracks and bone softening the calcaneus? And then the body will naturally correct the leg length due to change in calcaneus size? What would be interesting is the mechanism behind softening the calcaneus as creating impact forces is easy.

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      1. nalmak

        Tyler, thank you reply

        your question:
        It seems to relate to creating microcracks and bone softening the calcaneus?

        answer :
        That’s right.
        and one more important matter is convert to “modeling constitution”.

        your question:
        And then the body will naturally correct the leg length due to change in calcaneus size?

        answer :
        no, the training named “yondan” can grow legs.
        Probably the “yondan” are translated as “4 steps”.
        “4 steps” is meaning 4th grade of black belt in Karate.
        it also means the fourth grade of that training.

        your question:
        What would be interesting is the mechanism behind softening the calcaneus as creating impact forces is easy.

        answer :
        Sorry, I do not know detailed theory of that training.

        and another, What you were interested in past.
        Site manager said on his blog pregnant women’s growth is the same principle.

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