Roles, Positions, & Techniques

Part III – Techniques

Note: Parts I and II of this series discuss fisting roles and positions. (They haven’t been published yet because they are awaiting editorial review).

There are many ways to skin a cat and probably just as many ways to fist a hole.

Traditional, Width, Depth, and Punch are the four generalized categories to which the following techniques apply.

Each of the following techniques will be discussed separately in individual posts. If you want the full list with descriptions, this PDF document briefly discusses each technique.

Traditional Techniques

  • The Dildo
  • The Earthquake
  • The Big Ben
  • The Ruminator / Butter Churn
  • The Bloomer / Extractor
  • The Urinator
  • The P Spot
  • The Piston / Pummel
  • The Melon Baller
  • The Alternator

Punch Techniques

  • The Goose Punch
  • The Boxer

Depth Techniques

  • The Zero-to-Sixty
  • The Wanderer / Crawl
  • The Bull & China Shop

Width (Girth) Techniques

  • The Jack-in-the-Box
  • The Antlers
  • The Knotty Boy
  • The Double
  • The Partial Double
  • The Triple
  • The Handshake
  • The Safe Cracker

Additionally, there are some bad techniques that are typical when fisting beyond your experience level. These will be discussed in a later post.

On a final note, some fisters advocate for two additional categories of Speed and Endurance to be included with Width, Depth, Punch and Traditional. Since velocity and duration could be applied to any of the four main categories they were not considered part if this discussion.

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