Benefits of Heat in PE
I’ve being doing a ‘deconstruction of PE methods’ in order to work out why my progress had stalled. I’d only ever managed a stretched .25” gain over the past couple of years on and off, so knew I was doing something wrong.
One of the things I noticed (and had always disregarded) was the warm up. The reason I did this is because although I did see people mention it sometimes, it didn’t seem to be the ‘meat’ of the program. I decided to learn the anatomy and make up of the penis. It seems that the Tunica is primarily type I dense collagenous fibers. I read up on PGE’s and found that they are pivotal in pregnancy to soften tissue in preparation for giving birth. This sent me on a mission to discover how to soften Type I fibrous tissue, hence my MSM/Bromelain proposals that I mentioned to some of you via PM.
I found one very interesting fact that I believe we can all benefit from, and rather than waiting for my experiments to point the way, I thought I would share this little nugget of information with everyone, so that we might find the most effective way to take advantage of it. Here it is:
“Infrared heat increases the extensibility of collagen tissues. Tissues heated to 45C (112F) and then stretched exhibit a nonelastic residual elongation of about 0.5 to 0.9 percent that persists after the stretch is removed. This does not occur in these same tissues when stretched at normal tissue temperature. Thus 20 stretching sessions can produce a 10 – 18% increase in length in tissues heated and stretched.”
When I read that I thought I’d hit jackpot. I instantly ordered a heat pad, and started using a rice sock while I waited.
Now get this: In the next 5 days I added another 0.25” to erect length! I was stoked! Then progress halted, so I quit for a few days to allow some recovery, so I’ll start again tomorrow to see if that helps.
I’d love to hear your views on this.