You're also at the top of the game, whereas the rest of us aren't .Toby wrote: ↑Sun Feb 14, 2021 3:07 amI can only agree to what he says.
Watching a video of yourself won't help to technically improve, but style.
When I crash a trick (and that happens many times), I immediately feel what is wrong.
Either, the kite position, my position, rotate or or less, jump higher, be quicker, more body tension, work against an unwanted rotation etc.
It's all about feeling it. And that is truly hard to translate to another person.
So, go out and try new stuff...instead of thinking too much about it.
Nope, I'd say the variable is "injuries incurred" while thinking, "well 47 is close enough to 37 to maybe pull this off"...... or not.
So what you are saying is that I think what I'm doing looks cooler than it is.....
Wait, is this an unscheduled intervention again? We're not talking about booze again, are we?
I didn't watch the video yet.....what's in the video???
Fat is just muscle plus time. Thus it's like quantum computing memory......where am I going with this????
That's the line of the frickin thread. Wet vs hard...... guess this is where it all winds up in the end. c'mon cappy, you've been there like me???
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