TBH brake pads in general all work the same in that they work best heated up and at high temps. Typically race pads will work best at high temps due to the materials they are made out of, but that does not mean they are terrible at normal temps. You can find some pads that heat up faster than others, but on the flip side they also dont perform as well when hot. Figuring out what heats up your brake pads and your use of them will determine which type are better for you. A heavy Jeep that is doing a lot of braking while going down obstacles or hills will want a hotter pad, same as a truck pulling a trailer over a steep grade (the down side will kill ya). Normal city driving that isnt high speed to fast stopping can benefit from standard pads as there is no need for the more expensive materials.
As for heating them up... if you really are worried about it, even racing pads can be heated up by dragging the brakes slightly... but I dont recommend it. None of the pads that a Jeep will use will ever get to that point. By the time you've hit a couple red lights they should be warm and operating fine.