Bongers: 1 Single Bonger


Anyone can learn to BONG in about 5 seconds. The secret is in the grip. Don't hold the BONGERS just by the handles;
place your thumbs or forefingers up on the flexible shafts. That way the shafts still do all the work, but you have better control
and can make the BONGERS go faster (holding them by the handles is good for the bottoms of your feet, however,
which like hard BONGING; or if you are a small person working on a huge back).

Practice by bouncing one on your arm. Feel good? Now you're ready to BONG your upper back. Just keep on bouncing,
and walk the BONGER up over your shoulder. It is best to do your upper back this way, crossing over your chest to the
opposite shoulder: it gives you the best angle, and the shoulder being BONGED is relaxed.

You can even BONG your lower back. Take both the BONGERS and place thumbs on the shafts. Turn them so the
balls are facing out. Now reach behind, yourself and bend forward. Your thumbs are between
the shafts and your body, right? OK, BONG away!!!

Of course, it's more fun to BONG someone else. If your weak hand can't keep the rhythm at first, BONG with both hands at once.
It feels just as good to the BONGEE, and your weak hand will naturally keep pace. Over time your rhythm will improve,
but rhythm isn't important to the BONGEE - she/he wants to feel the beat.

Most men, and many women, like to be BONGED fairly hard. But some backs are very tender. Start off slowly,
and build up till the BONGEE says "Whoa. . ."


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