Thread: Repeated warm-up during routine
- 07-31-2012 #1
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- Jul 2012
Today during my PE routine i was thinking on how to improve the effectiveness of it.
After some digging i found some research on this forum that might be relevant to what i'm suggesting.
Lehman and associates (1970) studied the effects of heat and stretching on rat tail tendons.6 The results indicated that heating alone produced no significant elongation and that stretching alone produced no residual elongation. Significant elongation occurred if heat and stretch were combined. A greater increase in length was maintained if the stretch was held during the period of cooling since “reorganization of the tissues is thought to occur during the cooling period.”6 Overall, the most effective method of producing a plastic deformation of connective tissue was to apply a sustained stretch during the application of heat and to maintain the stretch during the period of cooling.
1. Warm-up is necessary if you want to keep your gains.
2. You must warm up before stretch and then hold the stretch "during the period of cooling"
Similar experiments using rat tail tendons have been conducted by Warren et al (1976) regarding permanent elongation of connective tissue at various temperatures.16 The data showed that the application of low force over a long duration was very effective in producing slow elongation in the viscous elements, resulting in increased residual elongation. Furthermore, elevating tissue temperature and maintaining it prior to applying force was found to cause significantly less tissue damage. Lastly, the lower loads applied at elevated temperatures for prolonged periods were found to produce significantly greater residual elongation.16 The clinical implications of this study are three fold: first, stretches used to increase ROM should be held for prolonged periods; second, warming tissue prior to ROM exercises will cause less tissue damage; and third, stretching should be accompanied with the highest possible therapeutic temperature for prolonged periods to most effectively increase joint mobility.
Practically this suggests several things:
1. Warm-up is not necessary, but significantly more effective if you want to keep your gains.
2. Stretch should be "low force".
3. Warming-up prior to stretching decreases tissue damage.
4. Stretching at an increased temperature produces greater residual elongation.
What this means to PE
I'd like some input from men here about point #2 (from study 1) and point #4 (from study #2).
In my experience so far (few days on JonPop beginners routine) penis stays warmed up 2-4 minutes after warming up.
What this research suggests is that either:
1. Re-warm up at some point would mean more gains.
2. Doing all the routine at an elevated temperature would mean more gains.
Has any of this ever been tested in practice or rebutted?
- 07-31-2012 #2
Midway through jelqing my penis is nice and warm. It wouldn't hurt to use the towel more but I feel like all the exercises keep my guy nice and toasty until the warm down.12/2/12
BPEL: 7" (+3/4")
NPBEL: 6 1/2" (+3/4")
MSEG: 5 1/16” (+1/2")
MSFG: 4 3/8” (+3/8")
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