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Originally Posted by petitfaun
Well let’s assume you live in Clonka where the cost of electricity is 10 Cudgels per kWh.
And there are 100 Clouts per Cudgel.

1 kWh = 1000 Watts so your 250 watt IR lamps is consuming 1kWh every four hours

So 10 cudgels divided by 4 (hours) equals 2 Cudgels and 50 Clouts

Of course you can use:-

1 Cudgel and 100 Clouts = C2-50c (Cost of electricity per unit = C10

£1 and 100 pence. = £2-50 (Cost of electricity per unit = £10

$1 and 100 cents = $2-50 (Cost of electricity per unit = $10

1 Euro and 100 cents = E2-50 (Cost of electricity per unit = E10

So all you have to do is fiind out how much you pay for your electricty during peak and off peak periods (the price will be in kWh) divide by 4 and you have the cost. - Then multiply by the number of hours you use and you have the answer.

HOpe that helps :)


Thank you petitfaun and thank you Firegoat.


Last edited by petitfaun : 02-04-2010 at .

Originally Posted by Ritte88

Do you recommending to use heat during the stretches?

When using my lamp while I stretch I tend to get a little bit hard. That’s why I only use heat as warm-up and warm-down.

Yes, and you will probably get used to it and not get hard. But it’s not a problem to just use it as often as needed during PE to stop yourself cooling down too much during stretches.


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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Also since the penis does have “smooth muscle” not only is heat important but so is cold in my assumption as cold helps with muscle recovery. I suggest though cold after your workout as you want to keep warm and pliable during routine. Heres good info and read the entire article and do more research as you see fit http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/…/heatorcold.htm

For those who don’t want to navigate there here’s the info—

Do you know when to use ice and when to use heat on a sports injury? Most athletes know to apply ice to an acute injury, like a sprained ankle, but aren’t so sure when to use heat. The following guidelines will help you sort it out.
Acute and Chronic Pain

There are two basic types of athletic injuries: acute and chronic.
Acute Pain is of rapid onset and short-lived, or
Chronic Pain develops slowly and is persistent and long-lasting.
Acute and Chronic Injuries

Acute injuries are sudden, sharp, traumatic injuries that occur immediately (or within hours) and cause pain (possibly severe pain). Most often acute injuries result from some sort of impact or trauma such as a fall, sprain, or collision and it’s pretty obvious what caused the injury.
Acute injuries also cause common signs and symptoms of injury such as pain, tenderness, redness, skin that is warm to the touch, swelling and inflammation. If you have swelling, you have an acute injury.

Chronic injuries, on the other hand, can be subtle and slow to develop. They sometimes come and go, and may cause dull pain or soreness. They are often the result of overuse, but sometimes develop when an acute injury is not properly treated and doesn’t heal.

Cold Therapy with Ice
Cold therapy with ice is the best immediate treatment for acute injuries because it reduces swelling and pain. Ice is a vaso-constrictor (it causes the blood vessels to narrow) and it limits internal bleeding at the injury site. Apply ice (wrapped in a thin towel for comfort)to the affected area for 10 to 15 minutes at a time. Allow the skin temperature to return to normal before icing a second or third time. You can ice an acute injury several times a day for up to three days.

Cold therapy is also helpful in treating some overuse injuries or chronic pain in athletes. An athlete who has chronic knee pain that increases after running may want to ice the injured area after each run to reduce or prevent inflammation. It’s not helpful to ice a chronic injury before exercise.

The best way to ice an injury is with a high quality ice pack that conforms to the body part being iced. Examples include ColdOne Cold Therapy Wraps and SnowPack Cold Therapy products. You can also get good results from a bag of frozen peas, an ice massage with water frozen in a paper cup (peel the cup down as the ice melts) or a bag of ice.

Read more about how to safely use ice on injuries.

Heat Therapy
Heat is generally used for chronic injuries or injuries that have no inflammation or swelling. Sore, stiff, nagging muscle or joint pain is ideal for the use of heat therapy. Athletes with chronic pain or injuries may use heat therapy before exercise to increase the elasticity of joint connective tissues and to stimulate blood flow. Heat can also help relax tight muscles or muscle spasms. Don’t apply heat after exercise. After a workout, ice is the better choice on a chronic injury.

Because heat increases circulation and raises skin temperature, you should not apply heat to acute injuries or injuries that show signs of inflammation. Safely apply heat to an injury 15 to 20 minutes at a time and use enough layers between your skin and the heating source to prevent burns.

Moist heat is best, so you could try using a hot wet towel. You can buy special athletic hot packs or heating pads if you use heat often. Never leave heating pads on for more than 20 minutes at a time or while sleeping.

Because some injuries can be serious, you should see your doctor if your injury does not improve (or gets worse) within 48 hours.

Source:

The American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine


Start 01/10: BPEL - 5.6875" EG - 4.250" | Current: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 4.375"

Short Term Goal: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 5.0" | Long Term Goal: BPEL - 7.5" EG - 5.5"


Last edited by Newby101 : 02-04-2010 at .

Originally Posted by firegoat
Newby, you may enjoy this thread: Cool Down - YES You NEED It!

I really think that should be a sticky firegoat. Seriously, lets do a poll. This warm down business is getting out of control!


I'm consistent in spurts, but gains are undeniable!

2007: BPEL 5.5" / MSEG 4.7" / BG 5.5"

2017: BPEL 6.8" / MSEG 5.3" / BG 6"

It’s an odd thing hopeful2, but as soon as we make anything a sticky, no one ever reads it again! Or so it seems.


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

Basics.... firegoat roll How to use the Search button for best results

Yeah, I don’t understand that thinking. When I’m on a new forum its the first thing I look for. I like getting the majority of the information I need right away, as that is the reason for going to a forum, that has information I’m looking for.

I guess some forums have a terrible selection of stickys, and must reads though. Still, there is something about people saying warm down that irritates the heck out of me. Just like asking what protein shake will help PE efforts.

Before anyone takes offense, I’m not flaming anyone, just ranting I guess.


I'm consistent in spurts, but gains are undeniable!

2007: BPEL 5.5" / MSEG 4.7" / BG 5.5"

2017: BPEL 6.8" / MSEG 5.3" / BG 6"

Ty I’ll def spend time reading the whole thread, I’m so use to sport injuries ice has always been my best friend as it helps speed up my healing times, but yea I had a little twing last two day so I iced down before bed and today I feel great! Although I’m still giving one more day of rest and will start back up tomorrow I have a great flacid hang atm :) look forward to reading more of your posts as you seem very knowledgable

—101


Start 01/10: BPEL - 5.6875" EG - 4.250" | Current: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 4.375"

Short Term Goal: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 5.0" | Long Term Goal: BPEL - 7.5" EG - 5.5"

I think it should be sticked too, let the ignorant people pass it up

—101


Start 01/10: BPEL - 5.6875" EG - 4.250" | Current: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 4.375"

Short Term Goal: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 5.0" | Long Term Goal: BPEL - 7.5" EG - 5.5"

Ice is great for PE. Just make sure you ice it in the extended state.


I'm consistent in spurts, but gains are undeniable!

2007: BPEL 5.5" / MSEG 4.7" / BG 5.5"

2017: BPEL 6.8" / MSEG 5.3" / BG 6"

Originally Posted by firegoat
Yes, and you will probably get used to it and not get hard. But it’s not a problem to just use it as often as needed during PE to stop yourself cooling down too much during stretches.

Hey figo. Long time no see! I haven’t been on in quite sometime. Hope you’re doing well.

I have a question for you guys regarding infrared.

I bought a 150w bulb and an adjustable height lamp today. I just used it for the first time.

I used it throughout my entire workout. My routine consists of:

12 minutes of manual stretching

12 minutes of jelqing

3 -8 minutes pumping sessions

In everyone’s experience, what would be the ideal distance between the bulb and the penis using a 150w bulb?

Obviously, too close and it will start to burn. I figured that out already all by myself :)

One more thing, I know heat is not good for testicles. Should care be taken to shield the ole nuts from the lamp?

Thanks!

I think the ideal distance to be from the heat lamp is as close as possible without burning oneself or being in any discomfort.

Thats basically what I do ddolphin, I get as close a as possible to the point where any closer and I’ll probably burn my skin a bit.

—101


Start 01/10: BPEL - 5.6875" EG - 4.250" | Current: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 4.375"

Short Term Goal: BPEL - 6.5" EG - 5.0" | Long Term Goal: BPEL - 7.5" EG - 5.5"

Just picked up a 250W bulb and small clamp socket last weekend from Lowes after reading this. $12 for the set! It may be a little too hot, but I’ll learn to keep the right distance I guess.


I'm figgering on biggering and biggering, and biggering, and BIGGERING!

Thelawnmowerman,

If you want people to read your post seriously you need to do something about that avatar. Fuck me, that’s sexy as hell man. I just want to kiss that chick all over. :D


I'm consistent in spurts, but gains are undeniable!

2007: BPEL 5.5" / MSEG 4.7" / BG 5.5"

2017: BPEL 6.8" / MSEG 5.3" / BG 6"

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