Well I searched around on here and found some hepful articles and just wanted some help. Here is an outline of how often you should perform the stretching.
Week One: Run The Gambit! This means apply deep fascial stretching after every exercise. If you are into extreme volume however, then I would limit this to no more than 10-12 deep fascial stretches!
Week Two: Only use this technique once in the workout and do it on the set in which you are most pumped!
This will be enough to continue the process of bag expansion, but also relieve the stress placed on the body.
Week Three: Use Deep Fascial Stretching within each section of the workout. So if you use 4 exercises, apply this principle four separate times!
Week Four: Allow your connective tissue to recover fully.
Week Five: Begin The Process All Over Again!
So basically week on you use it for all excerises, so If I do two different types of curls I use it on both types.
Then week two I would only use it on one type of curl.
Not sure how week 3 is different from week one.
Week four and five I understand fine
Also it achieving the pump it states
" 2. An incredible blood pump
Everyone here understands the extreme power of fluid! Whole canyons have been carved from water erosion! The same principle is applicable here. A tremendous back flow of fluid in a muscle group will stretch the connective tissue that restricts muscle growth. In other words the greater the pump, the more direct and effective the stretch in the fascia, epimysium, and perimysium will be! "
But I am unsure what I should do for the pump? Lots of sets at medium weight? Or what would you suggest? Not quiet sure on this.
If anyone has better ideas on how to stretch the fascia please post, I would love to read it.