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Old 15-Mar-21, 00:59
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Default Re: 3 Favourite & Least Favourite Holds

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Originally Posted by Jobckn [Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register]
You're correct. I haven't experienced most of the holds I'm talking about. I get what yore saying about don't know it before you try it, it's impossible to tell how something would be without experiencing it first hand. I haven't had a session yet, I'm saving some money up and waiting for the pandemic to go, and perhaps waiting a little while longer too. I'd feel nervous about doing a session as I feel I'd be diving straight into the deep end: if I go into a session with little experience in most holds, I'd be biting off more than I could chew. I know the session wrestlers respect whatever limits you put down, so there's probably nothing to be scared of, but nonetheless I'm still anxious.

Is there anyone you recommend for a beginner sessioner? I'd imagine you'd want to start with quite a light girl as opposed to the likes of Rage or skylar rene.

Thanks for your response
I haven't been very active with sessions for the last few years, and I haven't sessioned with either Rage or Skylar Rene (I've hoped to meet Skylar for a long time, but haven't had the opportunity). My only relatively recent session was with Gia Love in late summer, 2019. If she appeals to you, I'd recommend her without question. Among other things, I think she would be an excellent choice for a first-timer.

The decision about who to start with depends on a lot of things - what type of session you want (muscle worship; fantasy, light, semi-competitive, competitive wrestling; boxing; arm wrestling; role play; domination; some mix of multiple things), the type of physique you like, and probably a bunch of other things. So there's no really "right" universal answer.

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