雀头单柱缚

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这种流行的反向拉伸单柱领带很有吸引力,相对平整,而且非常安全。

单立柱领带可以在任何地方创建一个不塌陷的袖口、皮带、带子或带子。 一个 事。

  • 腕部
  • 踝关节
  • 大腿
  • 膝关节
  • 腰部
  • 胸部

这是许多纽带的出发点,如 非贞操带 (胯下之绳)和 镫式高跟绑缚. (在TheDuchy网站上,我们有时将 "Lark's Head Single Column "简写为 "LHCS")。)

反向拉伸的单立柱比正向拉伸的样式要慢,如 萨默维尔布林结 因为它们需要拉动尾巴(在打结时,整个绳子的长度必须拉过结的某些部分,在这种情况下,要拉2-3次)就是说,这种领带也不那么笨重,有些人认为它更有吸引力。 它不能在不释放尾巴的情况下解开(这可能是一件好事,也可能是一件坏事,取决于情况)。

重要的安全提示!  手腕很敏感,必须小心处理。

  • 他们在手腕内侧的皮肤附近有很多神经和血管。 那里压力太大,会影响血流或神经传导。  袖口不应该太紧;你应该总是能够从袖口下伸出两个手指。
  • 腕关节本身也是脆弱的。 如果你太过用力拉扯手腕,就会损坏该关节,甚至将一些小的腕部骨骼推到错误的位置。  绝不要单独用手腕吊起某人。 切勿将人捆绑在绳子持续对手腕施加重压的位置。 
    • 这方面的一个例子是,如果你把你伴侣的手腕绑在床柱上,然后抓住他们的脚,把他们急速地拉向床脚。 在这种情况下,你可能最终对手腕关节施加过多的压力。 把你的伴侣绑在床上可以有惊人的乐趣,但要确保领带有足够的松弛度,使他们可以移动手臂和手腕,以便不时调整袖口和绳股的铺设。
绳索的线圈

在这个教程中,我使用了一块10英尺(约3米)的天然1/4英寸(6毫米)大麻

对于这个网站上的大多数纽带,我使用了一个惊人的 天然大麻 绳索由我的分支机构提供 Twisted Monk. 看看他们吧!

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先决条件:

核心技术 - 图片和文字

云雀之首单立柱 (1)

1.找一个有东西的人,你想把绳子拴在上面 :)

我们将为这个例子选择一个手腕。

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2.将绳子折成两半。将折痕放在要绑的手腕或物品上。

从绳子对折开始,同时用两股绳子捆绑是 "东方式 "或 "日本式 "捆绑的特点。"西方风格 "的特点是在绳子的末端开始,只用一根绳子捆绑。

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3.伸手穿过海湾。

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4.抓住尾巴。

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5.把尾巴拉过去。

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6.请注意,我是用一只手握住尾巴,另一只手将其拉过捆绑处。这有助于你在绳子移动时控制它,这样你就可以防止尾巴 "甩 "来甩去,鞭打你的伙伴。

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7.这形成了一个云雀头,这条领带的名字就来自于此。

在某些情况下,你可以先打云雀头结,然后简单地把它滑到你的伙伴的手上、脚上等等。

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8.将你的手指放在绳索的顶部,反向拉紧你的绳索(在这张图中它是向下的,现在它是向上的)并开始第二次缠绕。

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9.将新的包边放在与你想在绑扎完成后的尾巴方向*相反的一侧。

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10.你可以包一次或两次(总共4或6股),然后把尾巴喂给你的手指。

你很少希望袖口中的绳索超过6根。超过这个数量,它们就会开始束起,这可能是一个安全问题,因为束起的绳索会给手腕内侧带来太大的压力。

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11.把尾巴拉过去。

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12.注意,当完成后,尾巴自然地朝我们希望的方向移动。现在我们只需用半挂锁把它锁起来。

注意:有些人在这里再把张力倒过来一次(所以在这种情况下,在打结的顶部再把尾巴捋起来),然后再加上半搭扣。这也是完全可以的。按照我在这里展示的方式做的好处主要是美观(我认为它看起来更漂亮),但它也更苗条,不那么笨重。在做半挂钩之前增加反向的好处是,在锁定袖口时,更容易设置和保持你的张力。但我个人认为,这种差别很小。要看另一个版本,请看视频。

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13.将尾巴保持在绷带的同一侧,向后拉过袖口,形成一个小环。

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14.用你的拇指保护这个环,同时将你的手指滑到袖口的所有股线下。

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15.把绳子钩在那个手指下面。

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16.用这个来把尾巴拉到袖口下面。

你可能会发现,如图所示,拉住结的上半部分是有帮助的。这将使尾巴穿过的通道保持开放,而你则将尾巴全部拉过。如果你让你的手向袖口的方向漂移,你拉动绳子的通道就会趋于关闭,使绳子难以拉过。如果你需要看到这个动作,请查看视频的4:20-4:45。

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17.把尾巴全部拉过去。

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18.抓住环状物和...

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19....把它移到袖口的另一边。

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20.将你的手指放在袖口的绳索后面,这样你就能感觉到事情有多紧,并在你分三步收紧绳结时增加摩擦力......

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21.一:抓住从袖口进入半挂的线。

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22.拉动该线,直到袖口的所有4条(或6条)线都有相同的张力。

将手指放在这里意味着你不会使袖口太紧。袖口的一般规则是,你需要能够在袖口下滑出1-2个手指,这样你就不会对贯穿手腕内部的神经和血管造成危险的压力。

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23.用你的拇指夹住它,在你完成紧固半挂的同时,将张力固定在原位。

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24.二:抓住袖口另一侧的线。

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25.把这个拉到...

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26.......拉紧尾巴上的绳子。

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27.将在袖口内的手指移到你刚刚收紧的线下,以保持原位,同时你...

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28.三是抓住尾巴和...

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29....拉紧它。

通过练习,你可以在几秒钟内完成这个紧缩程序。在别人看来,你几乎什么都没做。

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30.完毕!

本教程的一个旧版本,从不同的角度展示了事情。

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1.将绳子折成两半。将折痕放在要绑的手腕或物品上。

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2.伸手穿过海湾。GT&PT

GT&PT = 抓住尾巴并拉过

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3.这形成了云雀头,这条领带的名字就来源于此。

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4.倒转张力,开始第二次缠绕。将新的缠绕放在与你希望尾巴的方向*相反的一侧。

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5.因此

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6.伸手穿过你刚刚形成的弯道

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7.ǞǞǞ

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8.PT

请注意,完成后,尾巴自然会向我们希望的方向移动。现在我们只需用半挂锁将其锁住(步骤9-15)。

注2:有些人在这里再反转一次张力(所以在这种情况下,再把尾巴捋到结的上面),然后再加上半结。这也是完全可以的。按我展示的方式做的好处主要是美观(我认为它看起来更漂亮),但它也更苗条一些,不那么笨重。在做半挂钩之前增加反向的好处是,在锁定袖口时,更容易设置和保持你的张力。但我个人认为,这种差别很小。随你怎么说

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9.伸手到袖口下。袖口

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10.用你的另一只手保持一点绳索的背面。将剩下的尾巴拉过

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11.因此

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12.把你的手指穿过那个圈

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13.ǞǞǞ

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14.PT

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15.拧紧

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16.完整的

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15评论。

  1. The triangle is such a clean look! I finally got this one after a handful of tries, and it’s kind of great. Thanks!

  2. Hello I have a question about locking bandswrapscuffs off. I notice in the older version here that you lock off by pulling the tail UNDER the cuff then leading it back over the cuff and through the loop. This seems to be the same general idea as in your Locking off a Strap video on the Half-Hitch tutorial page both for the reverse and forward tension examples as well as in the Bondage Belt w Happy Strap and Unchastity Belt tutorials. In the newer version here though for both the forward and reverse tension versions you start by bringing the tail OVER the cuff then leading it back under the cuff and through the loop. The Prusik Single Column tutorial seems to have this same general idea too. What Im wondering is if there is a significant difference between the under cuff first and over cuff first approaches to locking off. I want to make sure Im not missing something important especially if there are safety considerations

    1. Assuming you make sure that all the strands in the cuff have the same tension and are not too tight, there is no real safety difference*, these are all just half hitches locking off the strap.
      * One could argue that reversing tension one last time before locking off with a half hitch has a marginal safety edge in that it adds more friction, but it also adds significantly more bulk, which represents a risk too if it tension is added to the tail in such a way that the bulky knot is pressed into the skin in a sensitive area. So I prefer the less bulky version for tails running parallel to the column and I use the Somerville Bowline when the tail is going to run perpendicular to the column.

  3. As a more experienced person and me just learning how would you determine which knot to use. What would determine that I want to use the forward over the reverse. I just needed so clarification.

    1. I need to put together a post on this! Generally, Reverse SCs are good for greater security. They cannot be untied without releasing the tail. They also have a certain look that some prefer. Forward SC, can be tied or untied without releasing the tail. This can be a great safety feature. When “slipped” (as in a Slipped Somerville Bowline), it can allow for a quick release. Check out the Malasana tie for an example.

  4. Is there a way to add additional wraps to this?

    1. Yes. Most riggers tend to stop at 2 wraps (4 cords) or 3 wrap (6 cords) because beyond that the cords tend to start bunching up when you lock them off with the half hitch. That said, I have seen people do many wraps and just account for the bunching by adding a little more slack.

      1. Followup question!
        If I were to try a third wrap, would I have to pass the tail through the beginning of the wrapping (so only under two ropes, the ones close to the lark’s head), or should I pass it under both of the other wraps (so under 4 ropes)?

        Man, this is complicated to put into words… I’m not sure I explained myself.

        I’m still going to try this on myself, but I wanted to get an expert opinion first.

      2. No worries. In Step 5 (after reversing tension), wrap twice instead of once as shown. Then continue on with the rest of steps at shown. In Steps 9-10, go under all 6 strands instead of the shown 4.
        I am planning an update of this tutorial sometime in the next few months. I will add this variant to the new version!

  5. Hello! I am new to all this, but just wanted to say I find your site awesome and really helpfull, cheers! 🙂

  6. Hello! I was curious about a part of this tie, after step 8. I notice that the tension is not reversed before locking off the tie with a half hitch. I was previously taught to always reverse the tension before locking it off, so I was curious about the potential advantage/disadvantage of doing so.

    1. Good Question! Both work fine. The advantage of doing it this way is mostly aesthetic (I think it looks nicer) but it is also a bit less bulky. 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. I personally find that the difference is minimal though. But you raise a good point! I will update the tutorial itself with this comment.

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