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Old 10-Nov-20, 23:21
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Default Measuring Scissors Strength?

Anyone know of a good objective way to measure the strength of a woman's leg scissors (other than the obvious "let her put you in one")? I know there are machines to measure hand grip strength but not sure of anything for leg strength. Squeezing a scale is the only thing I can think of but seems like that might be uncomfortable. Maybe you could put a pillow on each side of it? Would just be cool to see what kind of numbers some of these ladies could register.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

Alas! An interesting topic arises! I've been very curious about this too. Methods I've seen before are scissoring a scale with some sort of padding on each side, and scissoring a volleyball while a pressure gauge is attached. The [Only Registered Users Can See LinksClick Here To Register]of Superhumans that KO girl was on had a more sophisticated way of measuring the PSI that she generated, but required some fancy equipment.

I've also read that it takes around 320lbs of force to crush a watermelon, and I've spent a lot of time (with no success) trying to figure out what effect that much pressure would have on other parts of the human body.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

Maybe we can use a scale and classify everyones strength by length?

I mean: are taller people not often just stronger because they can use leverage or something?
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

I'm thinking about trying to attach some exercise mats to a scale somehow and seeing how that works. The volleyball/pressure gauge method sounds interesting too though.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

In gyms there are machines called Adductor machines which you raise a set of weights by closing your legs together, like in a scissor. I guess scissor strength would be proportional to how much you can lift on those machines but not quite the same cause in a scissor you can lock the feet.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

I once used a bathroom scale, foam pads, and pillows and it worked (with respect to comparing relative strength), but visually, it sucked.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

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I once used a bathroom scale, foam pads, and pillows and it worked (with respect to comparing relative strength), but visually, it sucked.
Do you recall how much padding you had to use? Trying to gauge how much I should get. I'm planning to just try using this in a session so I'm ok with it if it looks bad visually, as long as I can see the measurement and it's not uncomfortable.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

The trouble with foam padding and pillows is that the compressible material gives a skewed result. It would still work as a comparative test though.
Bathroom scales present the problem that most of them are designed to work on the floor and have little feet on the back that the pressure is supposed to be measured through.
One good option I’ve seen is to use 2 flat squares of plywood or hardboard that go onto the scale to distribute the pressure evenly on it. You then glue high density polystyrene (usually pink) to them and carve something that allows the girl to comfortably squeeze.
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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

[There doesn't seem to be a "draft" availability on here so I will use the "EDIT" function to keep adding to or revising this contribution.]

As a retired physicist, I have always been fascinated by numbers, always seeking to quantify things using devices. I did this extensively in the 70s and 80s during a period when I was available to pursue this. I am a crush fetishist, but a specialist in that stepping on stuff doesn't do it for me, but watching a strong girl squeeze and crush things between her thighs is a real turn-on. To this end, I used basically two types of scale - mechanical and digital - but basically the physical setup was the same. In reading various posts, it appears you have done approximately the same thing; pad the scale for comfort and make it a size that can be squeezed easily yet provide enough size, i.e. resistance.

My mom ran a dance studio so in my teens, I had some fun "experimenting" with the leg strength of some of the ballet dancers. This is when I first experienced scissoring and explored object crushing. This was in the 50s so you know I am no young guy! In fact, I'm older than Bill Wick, if that name means anything. We have been friends since the 70s. But I digress.

So those early days were very "experimental" trying on some strength tests, mainly on stuffies and pillows. I dared to ask for a body scissors but was too shy to ask her to squeeze my head. According to my upbringing, that would be a bridge too far. Teen ballet students were indeed strong, but it was interesting to note not only the strength differences but the attitudes. A few were ready and eager to boast their squeezing power by crushing a hapless teddy bear's head flat between their flexed thighs, but many were indifferent or hesitant, presumably thinking it odd. Interestingly, I did not ask my early girlfriends to squeeze, again, because I was too shy and afraid. Circumstances had to be less threatening.

I lived in Hawaii for seven years in my 20s where I married a Chinese girl from the Bay Area (San Francisco). Squeezing did nothing for her, but she indulged me on occasion. She ran track in high school and was fairly strong but couldn't make me give in a head scissors. She was short legged but her thighs were quite hard flexed. She was the first girl I thought to measure her scissors. It was just a scale with a few flat books and a towel to soften the effect. She squeezed around 230 pounds.

We moved to Massachusetts and it was there when I got serious about doing sessions and formalizing my squeezing survey. It was just happenstance that I began this new adventure and it was not because I sought that out. I did not inform my wife, but I rationalized things in that I was not having an affair, doing sex, etc. But certainly being squeezed was a huge turn on, and I quickly sought girls for this. It was difficult in the early and mid 70s to find girls and people who did this stuff...or were willing to do it.

I began by modifying a mechanical scale to serve as my measuring device. I placed books both above and below the scale, wrapped it in a carpet remnant and tied it in place with tough string. Its circumference was 32", about the waist size of a fit average sized man, the conclusion being that the measured force would be what a guy that size would experience. I had a contact who fixed me up with girls, most of whom were escorts or stripped. I tried to recruit girls who said they were strong or fit, but there were some notable failures - girls who were overweight and weak. I just walked right out of those sessions, but always paid them something for their time. So I started measuring the girls legs, hips, waist and bust. I asked them to perform three squeezes all their might while I read the pounds, entering all these figures into a table. Then they did the same without hooking their ankles. I also asked them for a grip test on the scale even though that wasn't my main interest.

It was then that I met Bill Jentz (owner of the new magazine, WASP), Dave Randall (proprietor of Special Interest) and Bill Toth (proprietor of Sportshape). Eventually, I ended up in a few videos (actually Super 8), at least one of which I found still on line! I wrestled some really strong girls - Pillow, Kay Baxter, and several dancers from NYC. Unfortunately, I was too shy to "muddy the waters" by taking my scale and asking for some squeezes and measurements. As I recall, Pillow was really strong and very sexy - I "suffered" from boner-itis during much of the filming. One filming had both her and Kay Baxter wiping the floor with me! I didn't have to pull any punches. I didn't stand a chance! I met Bill Wick then, and we hit it off right away. Even then he was getting squeezed regularly by all manner of FBBs. He was my hero, for sure, and an immensely likeable guy.

Dave Randall fixed me up with a tall, attractive girl whose last name was Joyce, but I cannot remember her first name. We shot a video, but what I remember was her unusual leg strength and how much she loved causing pain. I'd say she was close to 5'9" and 140-150 pounds and long legged even for her height, yet her thighs were thick, hard and oh, so strong. I nearly passed out once during a head scissor and I couldn't take her body scissors. She was one of the first girls to market herself for just doing wrestling and scissors work for money. Most girls were not doing sessions yet, but the flame had been lit.

So during the 70s and 80s, I measured the squeeze strength of over 200 girls, most of whom were escorts and strippers with a few "legitimate" ones thrown in for good measure. I purchased an early statistics program, one of the very first to run on a mid 80s computer. I was actually able to derive some interesting results, particularly when I went over 100 samples. At some point, I switched from using a mechanical scale to a digital one. I'm guessing it was about half way through my scissoring sampling - 80 to 100 girls. The mechanical scale was difficult in that often the peak squeeze happened very fast and one had to closely watch the dial. Finally, during a visit to NYC set up by a producer, I met a formerly nationally ranked gymnast turned professional roller skater. Only 5' 1.5" and 130 pounds, she was by far the strongest girl I had do the scale but it kept jamming at between 280 and 300 pounds until it stopped working. Her squeeze was just unreal. I let out a scream from the intense pain of her head scissors. She was the first girl who made me give up without hooking her ankles. Her thighs were short, thick and hard as a rock, perhaps 22.5 inches or so. Back to the scale... The digital scale was one of the first on the market. It would read as much as anyone could squeeze. The trick was to time the squeeze so it was at peak when the scale made its reading. So while the squeeze was actually occurring, the scale numbers would change (usually increase, of course) until after about five seconds it would lock in whatever number was displayed at that time. I used verbal encouragement to try to ensure the squeeze was at peak strength when the scale displayed the final number. Surprisingly, the values were very stable statistically so I was sure I had the squeeze within a few pounds of peak, especially using the highest value of three squeezes.

It's a long story, but I ended up throwing away all my actual statistics because of a second marriage. My second wife (and the one I still have) did NOT approve of my hobby. I had no real way to save all this stuff without getting found out, so I ditched it after a couple "scares." My last sessions were in the early 90s. I met Karla Nelson, Robin Parker, Nicole Bass to name a few. Nicole Bass could crush a full-size garbage can between her legs. She was huge, and could have killed me if she wanted. No scale for these girls because I had retired that part of my "hobby."

I found an "average" girl off the street could squeeze 200-220 pounds, a strong girl 250-270. The latter value included a lot of strippers and escorts and a few athletic girls such as girls who played soccer in high school. Finally were girls who made my "300 Pound Club." These were girls heavily into athletics, ballet dancers and gymnasts, girls of substantial size and "working girls" heavily into weight lifting. I had perhaps 15 girls who squeezed 300+ pounds, the most was 333 pounds. One of those squeezed 250 pounds without hooking her ankles, by far the record. There were fewer 200+ unhooked squeezes than 300+ pound hooked ones. That girl was, wait for it, an escort, that otherwise didn't look that special. That was the most surprised I've ever been! An 18-year old girl who was a bodybuilding escort squeezed 330 pounds.

I lament I didn't grow up 40 years later so I could sample these FBBs who are sessioning. I would love to know some representative values. I implore anyone out there to contribute to my thread by posting some scale squeeze values and the circumstances should you deign to include them. I know you all have done this a few times. Any photos/vids would be wonderful!

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Default Re: Measuring Scissors Strength?

Yeah that would be really interesting! There has to be a pretty wide distribution of squeeze strength out there - at least thats what my experience showed me. Getting scissored by a small girl is fun, even when she is using all her force. On the other side, some women just gave me the feeling that if they really put everything into it, they could crush my head game of thrones style. Would be awesome to have some numbers to back it up !
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