10-Point Kneeling Crucifixion

Hugh with Hack Suspension Team in Australia (maybe you recognize his bat wing eyebrows) recently did this unusual ten point crucifixion-style suspension with his legs rigged to his back, giving an alternative to dangling limbs. Click through for a second photo.


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8 thoughts on “10-Point Kneeling Crucifixion

  1. yea…I was totally wondering about the whole 10 pt thing til I clicked through. I like that.

  2. About 110kg, six weight bearing hooks was plenty, the hardest part was using my own strength to hold myself upright as my arms and chest were all connected together

  3. About the same weight as me then.I always wondered how someone of our superior body shape (ahem) would handle suspensions. Have you had any problems with the hooks holes since or have they healed over ok?

  4. Nice one, Hugh. :)

    Giles, I’m around the same weight as Hugh and I’ve done 4 points with no issues.

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