Sara is the Executioner, a video inspired, by you guys. Yes that’s right! The idea actually came from a guy who approached me regarding a fantasy of his. Especially after seeing my debut video on scissor foxes, where I scare the life out of Jay – literally!

Do guys crave death? It seems so, and I guess by the sheer amount of movies containing inspirational female assassins such as James Bond and Kill Bill. It is only natural to find these female assassins attractive.

When I uploaded the stills of Sara is the executioner to twitter, it seemed to prove popular. I have therefore decided to open up an option for you guys to purchase and download video’s.

No one session is ever the same!

Many of the requests that I receive for sessions include very detailed role plays. You guys never cease to amaze me with your imagination. I don’t think its a bad thing, in fact I think its GREAT.

Especially due to the huge amount of thought and effort you put into what you would like to unfold during our time together. I’ll admit it, when this happens I am very impressed. As a result will always do my damn hardest to ensure that I meet your expectations. One things for sure, I never get bored of role plays!

Before I started session wrestling, I would never have envisaged the road that I am now on. Of course, some parts are better than others and it is daunting. It’s not exactly your average 9-5 job.

I’m a wrestlers not a Secretary

Sometimes I feel like an admin member of staff due to emails, or a travel agent. The amount of flights and accommodation I have organize is staggering. Never mind making videos, becoming computer literate, marketing and training! So, when I get to met some really nice and genuine people along the way. It truly makes me grateful for what I do.

It is endearing to hear how much you guys love strong dominate women. I always knew I was strong, however, never would have considered this an attraction until now. Oh boy, how I was wrong and now know how to use and abuse this to manipulate you men (of course in a good way :-p).

When its time to turn it on and release my inner dark side. Sara’s dark passenger is released, her alter ego Princess Pain. I have got to love the alternative Sara, as it helps to escape the normality off every day life. See I’m just like you guys I also yearn to break free from our mundane lives we sometimes lead.

Sara is the executioner

In Sara is the executioner, I play a malicious villain Executioner sent to do the dirty deed of killing my victim. Here Sara makes him beg for his life, by intense scissoring combined with HOM, verbal humiliation and face sitting.

There is even a scene where I take of my boots and place my feet on his face and paint my toe nails before eventual KO with a compulsory victory pose in glory! All girls should have a foot rest to paint their toe nails on.

Ill not spoil it anymore, let’s just say there is no forgiveness for my victim. So go ahead and purchase it today, you don’t want to miss out!


Resolution : 1980 x 1080
Duration : 20.12
File Size 248mb

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If you ever frequent yourself with forums such as saradas. One of the most popular questions regarding lift and carry is, “are taller women better at lift and carry than smaller women?” Today we address this train of thought, particularly discussing how height may be relevant to each lift. Giving an insight to the advantages or disadvantages of the biomechanics of Lift and Carry.

Best Height for Lift and Carry?

There is no definitive answer to this question, the reason, there are many variations of lift and carry (fireman lift, cradle carry, piggy back). And, with each lift comes its own set of obstacles to overcome when performing the lift. For instance, there are also two people involved in the lift, unlike traditional strength feats where an obstacle of certain dimensions is lifted. Rarely do the dimensions of that obstacle change in strength feats, meaning that the set up for the lift rarely changes.

Lift and carry however is a whole different ball game. For example a female measuring 5 ft 5 inches tall, could have a client book a lift and carry, he measures over 6 feet tall, weighing 185lbs. As you can visualize the client is tall and slim in stature, while the female is much smaller. Due to the client being tall, this is actually not a disadvantage, quiet the opposite in fact. As, when performing a cradle carry and initiating the lift from the floor, with a taller client, this means that the female does not have to bend over as much, due to the extended leg length of the client. This places less load upon the back and the female who should be able to set a strong starting position.

A little of topic but relevant, now imagine the same scenario with a tall female as the lifter and client are both tall. The female due to her height will have to bend over further to reach the starting position of the lift. This can have a negative effect by placing additional load onto the spine.

In both cases each lifter has be trained in how to load the spine prior to commencing the lift. The first scenario would be a better set up with less risk of injury, however both girls are able to pull of the move successfully.

Challenging Circumstances

Now imagine two girls, who have lift and carry sessions booked, both living at either sides of the world. One session wrestler is 6foot 2 inches tall amazonian with long arms and legs that seem to go on forever. The other session wrestler is 5 foot 4 inches tall, with legs and arms in proportion to her body, but has small hands.

The client in question for both girls measures 5 foot 5 inches tall and weighs 200lbs. Both girls have lifted this weight before in previous sessions, however, the previous client weighing 200lbs was alot taller.

Can Height be an Advantage?

Here is when height can become more of a derivative factor in regards to lift and carry. The smaller girl will have the advantage when performing most of the lifts due to her height, meaning that she will not have to bend over or crouch down as low to initiate the lifts. However, remember the client is small and overweight, so the width and circumference of the client is a lot greater than that of the taller slimmer client.

This can cause a serious problem if the session wrestler cannot manage to wrap her arms around the client. This would very likely be the case in the cradle carry, so the taller girl with longer arms would have the advantage here of being able to scoop her client up into her arms. Meanwhile the smaller girl could have difficulty due to the length of her arms and at the same time having smaller hands.

Hopefully now you can see that lift and carry is quite a complex subject. Meaning there is not just one answer that fits all, to the question “are taller women better at lift and carry than smaller women?”

Biomechanics of Lift and Carry

If we come away briefly from the topic of lift and carry and look at the traditional deadlift. Just like lift and carry, there are height advantages and disadvantages to performing the deadlift. This time we are referring to an obstacle that’s dimensions stay the same. Lever length is so important in when performing big lifts.

Another example, you have a male who is 5 foot 8 inches tall with long legs and short arms. His torso is also a little longer in length giving him a long spine.

You would assume that not being tall would have the advantage, however this is not the case. As the lifter has short arms a long torso and long legs. The biomechanics of this lifter would not be advantageous to the traditional deadlift. Meaning he will have to tilt and hinge at the hips more to be able to reach the bar, placing additional load onto the spine.

Each individual have their own advantages and disadvantages

So, what is the ideal biomechanics for the deadlift? A lifter with short legs and long arms is at an advantage, when performing the deadlift. This is because it enables the lifter to reach the bar without having to tilt over as much as the lifter with short arms and long legs. This in turn will keep the torso more upright, placing less load onto spine. This type of set up is ideal for performing the deadlift, maximising the amount weight lifted.

Overall, there are many points to consider when talking about the biomechanics of lift and carry. Particularly when relating to the object – client changing with every session. For this reason it would be extremely difficult to say YES to taller or smaller women being better at lift and carry, as this would not be the case.

Each session wrestler faces their own challenges when it comes to lift and carry. Every session comes with its own advantages and disadvantages unique to each lift. With much experience over the years, I am sure many of the girls have it down to a fine art. Knowing what is, or is not realistic to do in a session. One thing for sure though guys, is be sure to always be honest about your weight 😉