Hot Wrapping Vs. Ice Wrapping
Okey, I don’t claim to be a bright guy.
So I’ll just take the chance to stupidify myself abit more. :D
Okey, first off. I want to say that i neither do hot wrapping before
or after any PE sets yet. I can’t because i live at home.
So I take about 5-10 min’s with hot water in the shower before I
begin my 10-15 mins routine, that combines reversed grip jelq’s
and double hand jelq’s and some stretche’s and what ever you can
imagine to do manually except for uli’s and alike.
But to the post then.
As I said, I’m no expert at nothing. But bare with me.
Hot wrapping before exercises make pretty much sense, making
the ligs and tunica softer and reducing risks and all.
But wouldn’t it be more profitable to Ice Wrap afterwards. To
solidate and cement gains? And wouldn’t hot wrap counteract
the solidation of the gains by making it easier for the ligs and
tunica to go back to normal state, wile ice wrapping would do the
opposite. Although If you would have done damage eg. busted veins
and large stuff, the would of course be cemented and heal slower too.
I even did this on my foot some month’s ago, when i had feet fungus.
It itched so much that I finally hated my foot so much i decided to
heat it up, then freeze it, then heat it up, then freeze it. This caused
the foot to swell up and hurt for some hour’s. But this was extreme heating
and cooling alot of repeated times too.
Please give me your comments on this, and if this prove to be a
most rewarding technique. Then let the creators name stand free
as “rymdrattan, the inventor of Ice wrap” hehe :D
Last edited by rymdrattan : 05-12-2004 at .