First thing is to look at the Safety Zones page under the education page.
Remember during negotiations to ask about any bone disorders. If so, you may have to stick with light flogging.
The basics of flogging is to strike a specific area of the back repeatedly and accurately, to allow a build up endorphin's, then move to another spot to strike a few times, and so on. Start with a lighter, more gentle flogger before working your way up to bigger thuddier floggers once you gain more experience and practice.
The head, neck, spine and lower back are areas of concern you need to pay attention to. Shoulder blades and buttock areas are for heavier impact. (It’s important to avoid the spine to prevent any vertebrae/tissue injury) Light flogging is ok but heavy impact should be avoided. Remember about kinetic energy. The spine does not like too much impacted by it so a lot of thuddy to the center of the back could have unintentional results. I see it time and time again heavy floggers hitting the center of someones back. Please be careful.
The two basic techniques to flogging are either single stroke or cyclic flogging. Single stroke flogging focuses on one single stroke at a time. As soon as the strands fall after a stroke, you can prepare for the next stroke. Cyclic flogging is a series of strokes that flow into the next stroke, continuing the momentum, creating a more rhythmic pattern.
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