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I have a question for those who know the hanging methods well. As I am doing research, it seems like doing full suspension has a greater success rate over partial suspension. However, many people still try to do partial over full. It makes me wonder… why? Is it for lack of better methods? Seeing the amount of posts for failed partial makes me want to not even try it all.
 
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bipolar22

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partial is more gently. on the neck first of all you can control the pressure. also you will be in full control till you pass out. you can back out if its unconformable and reajust the rope make improvements. full is one and go. might hurt my not. no control once you kick the chair. its like sn compared to jumping. less scary.
 
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Edpal247

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Full for me. No going back. I think the objective pain is about the same.
 

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