To be honest, it was difficult breaking this technique up into steps for the tutorial, because it's much more easily done fluidly in one motion (as seen at the beginning and end of the tutorial). When you understand what's supposed to happen, focus on getting it smooth, because when you do, it's a lot easier.
There are so many different types of binds it's ridiculous. Just experiment and watch different videos to find out more unique and interesting ways to bind. It's worth it when you find that one sweet bind that you can't get enough of.
Probably most of you who are visiting the site (or frequenting the site) already know how to bind, but this is more of a preamble to more advanced binds I'm planning on making tutorials for in the future. I'm not positive yet about when I'm going to be doing more bind tutorials (gotta keep variety), but I'm pretty sure I will be doing them