Hot Wrap penis warm up exercise
- • PE Workout preparation
- • for Beginners
- • 3x5 minutes
Before starting a penis enlargement workout, the penis has to be warmed up. The warm up will make the penis more elastic and thus more susceptible to the effects of the jelqing or stretching. Also, the penis warm up reduces the risk of injuries. A Hot Wrap can be applied by heating a heat pad in the microwave, and then wrapping it around the penis. Or taking a small towel, laying it in hot water for a while, and then wrapping it around your penis. When the towel is becoming lukewarm, lay it in hot water again. Optimal heating temperature is between 104-113°F (40-45°C), or lower for the more sensitive skin.
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Sufficient warmth is an important basis of PE workout. An unheated penis is more susceptible to injury and its tissue is less stretchable than when exposed to heat. In addition, the warming up and cooling down also stimulates the blood circulation, which in turn is indispensable for the supply of the cells and the stimulation of the erectile tissue. Last but not least, heat prevents the penis from contracting (also known as "turtling"). Therefore, it is advisable for everyone to make sure there is sufficient heat supply before, during and after the workout, even if this basis of the workout is sometimes hastily dismissed as unimportant, unnecessary effort.
There are various ways to supply heat to the penis as preparation and follow-up for PE-workout. However, at the beginning of all warming up exercises or the beginning of every workout, hygiene should be the first priority. It is best to wash your hands and penis thoroughly to prevent dirt or germs from getting to the sensitive mucous membranes of the penis glans. In addition, no matter which warming up method is used, you should make sure that you really expose your penis to heat for a few minutes before starting the penis enlargement exercises. The tissue simply needs a little time to warm up and get the blood circulation going. Here is a brief overview of the most common warming methods.
- Manual warm-up:
However, one should take care to treat the penis with sufficient caution. For example, you can roll it between your hands, knead it gently, tap it against your leg or even let it circle with a slight swing. In general, creams and ointments are very well suited to support this kind of warming up. A great advantage of this method of warming up is that it does not require any utensils or expenses. On the other hand, it is usually not possible to achieve the same heat input as with external aids.
- Warming up with a heat lamp:
Probably the most comfortable, but with an acquisition connected type of heat supply is meanwhile the use of a heat lamp (i.e. a simple infrared lamp). The advantage of warming up the penis with an infrared lamp is that you can let it shine on the penis during the whole workout. This means that there is not only a selective warming up before and after the workout, but also an even warming up directly during the execution of the exercises. This is not only practical in terms of handling, but also gentle on the tissue. Therefore the use of such a lamp is absolutely recommendable, as long as one does not shy away from the expense of the purchase. Meanwhile, the exact heat intensity can be regulated by moving the device away from the penis. Usually, a distance of 20 to 40 inch (50 to 100 cm) ensures a continuous pleasant warming. Basically, a simple model with an output of approximately 100W and, if possible, a lamp holder with adjustable inclination is sufficient. Such products can be found in the local electronics market or on the Internet. Alternativ kann man auch einen größeren Heizstrahler verwenden, der dann aber meist deutlich teurer ist (in der Anschaffung, aber vor allem beim Energieverbrauch) und eher dazu nutzt, einen ganzen Raum zu erwärmen.
- Warming up with a heat pad or hot water bottles:
Heat pads and hot-water bottles are available in various versions. Some are simply water-based (the classic hot-water bottle), others are based on chemical reactions (corresponding heat pads), by heating in the microwave (e.g. cherry pit pillows or rice socks) or even by electronic heating function (e.g. heating pads and blankets). All these products have the advantage of bringing external heat to the penis, which often exceeds the effect of a mere massage. However, their heat effect is sometimes difficult to regulate and generally very selective. The penis is therefore brought into contact with heat for a short time, but cools down a little during the exercises themselves (e.g. Stretching). When using such utensils, you should therefore make sure that you do not expose the penis to too much heat and also regularly reheat it while you are doing the exercises.
- Warm up using ambient temperature:
This way of warming up is really only sufficient if there are really high temperatures (95°F - 35°C and more) in a room. Although this can be safely achieved in a bathroom, the associated heating costs are hardly worth the benefit, as long as the heat is generated only for the PE workout.
- Warm up with a warm washcloth:
A very simple and above all free option is to use a washcloth or small towel to warm up the penis. This is simply held in warm water and then wrapped around the penis. It should be noted that the washcloth cools down comparatively quickly and the moisture on the skin of the penis (if you warm it up during the exercises) can interfere with the exercise or must be removed again and again.
- Warming up with warm water:
Similar to warming up with water-soaked washcloths, you can also simply hold your penis in warm water. The easiest way to do this is in the shower or bathtub.
- Beware of too much heat:
As with all things, there is always the attraction of exhausting - and exaggerating - what is good and beneficial by every trick in the book. It's the same with heat during PE workout: it is an important basis. However, if the penis is exposed to too much heat, pain is caused and a similar effect as the effect of cold is produced - the penis contracts as part of the body's own protective function ("turtling"). One should therefore be careful not to overdo it when exposed to heat.
- The benefits of cooling down:
The cooling down is often treated only marginally, shortened considerably or even omitted completely. Its effect should not be underestimated, especially if the workout included a high proportion of tunica or ligament exercises (i.e. stretching exercises). With these the blood circulation of the penis can be strongly reduced and should be stimulated again with an even heat supply at the end of the workout. Instead of cooling down, gentle Ballooning can also be used (or combined with cooling down) to get the circulation going again.
- Supporting creams and ointments:
In order to support the warming up, one can fall back on various commercially available lotions, creams and ointments, which e.g. make a possible warming up massage more pleasant. Often the creams contain ingredients that support the blood circulation and nutrient supply of the skin. This applies to all classic body lotions, hand creams and other care creams. Ointments (e.g. bepanthene- or zinc ointment) often have a much thicker, tougher character than skin care creams. In this respect one should also be careful when using zinc ointment as it has a drying effect which may irritate the mucous membranes of the glans of the penis. Last but not least, there are also penis care creams which are sold separately as such. In most cases these creams cost a lot of money but offer considerable advantages compared to classical lotions. On the other hand, one should be careful not to apply any heat, pain or muscle gel to the penis that by itself causes a strong warming or irritates the skin. The sensitive skin of the penis shaft and scrotum and especially the mucous membranes of the glans are extremely sensitive to such substances and can hurt for hours if they come into contact with them.
- Cold as a supposed guarantor for micro cracks:
Every now and then there was the consideration not to warm up the penis, but to stretch the cold penis as violently as possible - to provoke micro cracks and thus stimulate growth. However, it must be said that testing such methods has not led to any increased growth, but at the same time the risk of injury has increased. One reason for this is that cold tissue cannot be overstretched as effectively as warmed tissue. In fact, stretching is much more effective if sufficient heat is applied.