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Dan T
Nov 16, 2020
In Kinbaku (general)
I was wondering if anyone else on the forum had recommendations for reading materials. It could be rope related, but I'm also very curious to find a good source of information related to human anatomy, physics (tension), etc - basically, information from other areas that is still very important to rope. The Kinbaku Diaries videos have been teaching me a great deal, but I've also been looking for something I could potentially read while on the train or waiting for something. Does anyone have any ideas? I would offer up my own recommendation if I had anything good to recommend, but unfortunately I don't at the moment...
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Dan T
Oct 16, 2020
In Kinbaku (general)
I feel like this is a complicated question, and one's answer to it may change depending what sort of stage/mood they're in. I've even studied under someone who changed the way they determined the initial tension years down the line. It's something I think about a lot, though, because I think it's a very important part of the initial setup, and I would really like to get to a point where I can more or less do it smoothly and evenly, especially in a performance environment. So, how does everyone prefer to determine the initial tension with mune-nawa? I provided some examples, and I think each has a pro and con. It feel like visual beauty and functional beauty are tough to balance with this particular tie.
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