Ice vs Heat and other contradictions
1) I understand the need for heat before a jelq session but I don’t understand why you would apply heat following sessions.
If the idea is that you are creating microtears, why would you not apply cold at the end of a session to help repair.
If this were any other part of my body I believe that most health care practitioners would recommend ice.
2) Admittedly I am coming from a weightlifting paradigm here, but it occurs to me that these stretchers like the
Jes-extender, penis master, etc also go against the approach that we are trying to create microtears and heal them.
I mean, it is suggested that they be worn for hours each day. This however would not allow enough recovery time.
Just like weigtlifting, it would seem that in PE one should do brief, intense sessions 30 min - 1 hr and then rest for a day or two.
Could someone please help me understand the above?