Jun 4, 2017

Misungui Harness

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I was able to use the Misungui Harness on someone who has had trouble in the past sustaining a Takate Kote due to poor circulation in her arms. Due to the nature of the Misungui Harness having little to no pressure on the arms, she was able to stay in the rope significantly longer than usual. Thank you for sharing this harness; it has made a world of difference and I can hardly wait to continue to practice and use it!

Jun 15, 2017

Yay !!! I am really glad that it has helped you and your rope partner having more fun for a longer time !

I wish all the rope fun as you continue on your rope journey <3

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