Too much pressure there can impact blood flow or nerve conduction.
The advantage of adding the reverse before doing you half-hitch is that it is a little easier to set and maintain your tension while locking off the cuff.
This one was invented first, but the Burlington Bowline has some features from some the bola-bola as well.
Here is a very good video tutorial by deGiotto, a Houston based rigger, educator, player, shibari materials supplier, and generally nice guy.
Posted in , , , , The Takate Kote or Box Tie is one of the most widely used ties in Japanese Shibari positions.
When you finally get hold of some rope, the question is where to start? Posted in , , , , There are many variations of Hip Harnesses.
This popular reverse-tension single column tie is attractive, lies relatively flat, and is very secure.
The first is Rope marks: whilst not really an injury per say, being tied with rope will more than likely leave impressions on Your skin.