How to do some stuff with a rope

The rope is made up of pieces of rope that are twisted around each other, including a handle.

We have a loop, two sets of knots, and a single knot at the end. The rope is used by the rope jumper with a tight draw. That is, there is less than one inch on the end of the rope. The rope jumper then loosens the pull on the rope. This allows the rope to stretch. The rope jumper uses his strength to pull the rope in a tight draw for one inch. The tighter the draw, the more the rope stretches and elongates.

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After pulling, the rope jumper releases the tension on the rope. After a pull, the rope is stretched tight and the rope jumper allows the rope to relax. The rope jumper continues pulling the rope in a tight draw for the next inch. When the rope is tight for two inches, the rope jumper gives the rope a small relaxing pull. After the first two inches of pull, the rope is stretching. This is the tight rope stage. After the first two inches of pull, the rope is at its maximum stretch. The rope jumper continues pulling the rope in tight draws for the next inch. Now the rope is at its maximum stretch. This is the slack rope stage. After the second two inches of pull, the rope is at its maximum elongation. This is the longest stage of the rope.

tighter draws

This is the first of 5 stages The rope jumper continues pulling the rope in even tighter draws for the next inch. When the pull is at maximum stretch, the rope is at full stretch. The rope jumper continues pulling the rope in even tighter draws for the next inch. At maximum elongation, the rope is at maximum stretch. After pulling on the rope in maximum stretch for two more inches, the rope is at full elongation. It has not yet reached its limit. It is now safe to pull on the rope. It is at it maximum stretch. It cannot go any further. The rope jumper pulls on the rope for another inch. At maximum stretch, the rope is at its maximum length. So true!