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When you are ready to cane a spankee, in what position do you like her to be?
Judging from videos, bent over, knees locked, touching her toes, is a popular position, but it is probably very different in the world of the Spankeefinder spankee, some of whom may find it difficult to hold the position.
What's best, feet together, or feet apart. And if apart, just how far.
A spankee friend of The Roving Spanker, has always adopted a position which she revealed as having a number of properties that qualify as most effective. Of course, the concept of the 'ideal' position varies from spanker to spanker, with probable variations according to the spankee. However let's review this position more closely. She bends over, feet well apart, with hands resting on a low chair or table, some 12 inches or so from the floor. From previous examination, this position offers two advantages. The first is that the positioning of the legs, with feet well apart, both calf and thigh muscles are stretched, keeping the bottom firmly in position, with less scope for movement between strokes.The second advantage is brought about by the differences in muscle stretch between the feet-together and feet-apart position. With feet-together, the straight legs combined with body bend not only create the stretching of the calf and thigh muscles, but also tightening of both bottom and back muscles. In the feet-apart position, there is less stretching of the back muscles, but more tightening of the bottom muscles. As we all know, gentlemen, there is a noticeable difference in sound between a cane stroke landing on taut bare cheeks, compared to a more relaxed bottom. And a taut bottom ensures each stroke achieves the optimal effect and sensation for the spankee. Of course, there are many spankers out there who like a spankee to wriggle around between strokes, but the Roving Spanker finds wriggling bottoms disrupts setting up following strokes, and likely to lead to strokes landing off target.
Food for thought!
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