07-29-2010, 06:57 AM
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I had this issue, too. I'd flick the whip or the end of the line at his barrel and slowly move up (in pressure) from there if he didn't move out. I decided to add the verbal cue "OUT" or "OFF" for anytime I wanted him to move out further...so incorporating that, tell him the selected cue, then flick the whip/line at him, then if he doesn't move out, tell him again and maybe give him a little tap with it, not a whip or whack but just touch him with it, then if he doesn't listen to that, try a light snap with it, so on and so forth, using only as much force as necessary and rewarding the slightest try. If he's really stubborn, he might need a decent spank, but he does need to respect your space and move off of pressure you place on him.
Basically, be sensitive to how much pressure he truly requires.
If he decides this gesture means "run around like a crazed maniac", just ignore him and keep asking until he moves out a little more. Eventually he'll get the picture. The verbal cue is extremely helpful, too, once they've caught onto it.