Different positions of the legs in the hogtie can create different feelings and sensations.Tying the ankles crossing will force the knees apart resulting in a tie that spread the leg in a more exposing way.

Ankles Crossing Hogtie

A single column around both ankles with quickly bind the legs in the crossing ankles position. From there you can attach to an upper body tie of our choosing and/or tie the legs in place with a frog tie.

We have to be mindful when playing in this position, changing the angle of the ankles can make the wraps around ankle more tight, causing a painful compression.

Practice Time!

Tie the ankles crossing and create a hog tie by attaching it to an upper body structure.

Self-evaluation checklist

  • There is some space in the tie around the ankle to prevent compression with movement
  • Frictions are tight and compact with no undesired twists
  • Tension is even across the tie
  • The cuffs are flat against the skin with no pressure to exposed nerves
  • Pull the tie in different directions; how does it hold?

Exploration ideas

  • Experiment with different level of tightness around the ankle
  • Explore different angles, what happens when you bring the knees together vs pulling them apart
  • Try different ways to keep the tie in position. Ex: attaching the ankles to the chest, using frog ties
  • Can you create this position without tying around the ankles?

Inspirations and Resources

Coming soon!



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