I can't find anything anywhere about safety tying a cuff that doesn't collapse on a struggling bottom. Any chance you have alternative links or suggestions? Is the RSB still the best choice for this?
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Yeah, sorry, it's on my to-do list to find the original source material for these videos and upload it somewhere other than YouTube. However, honestly, I pretty much never use the RSB in practice. There is no really safe way I've seen to tie a cuff on a struggling bottom, other than having other people hold them down. The RSB lets you get a cuff on, but it's very likely to be too tight.
Is this the tie you're talking about? https://youtu.be/iPg3H4P_ZZo
Hey Rayna! That's the correct tie to my knowledge. I remember the videos on this page before they were removed, the basic idea was to avoid letting go of the rope while controlling limbs, using large movements to wrap around wrists, and only letting things go when it comes to pushing under the first wrap or tightening. I use the RSB pretty frequently and can show you what I mean next time we run into each other and I've got my rope with me. I'm not able to do it easily against someone truly struggling for all they're worth and the knots even in the demonstrated video aren't what you'd consider clean or neat, but with a moderately misbehaving bottom this tie will easily do the trick.
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