A Father And Son Session

Lucaz and his 10yr old son Artur arrived for coaching wanting to get better at judging speed and to get over their mental block of gap jumps.

What a session it turned into as as soon as I had corrected their set ups and physical skills errors it all clicked. Gaps to 13ft, 14ft tabletops and linking gaps and jumps together, drops, style, berms, wall rides you name it. They even started jumping over each other!

Nick’s 5th Session

Today was Nick’s 5th session. I didn’t start where we left off last session as that’s not coaching, instead I broke it down to isolate his riding as he felt an error had crept in.

I worked on the separation of the jump and drop technique and that made a big difference.

Debbie And Jason Fly

Debbie and Jason came to me via recommendation and wanted to get to grips with jumping and understand what they should do and why.

I isolated their physical skills sets and repaired any errors I found. It wasn’t long before they were riding drops with ease and that continued when we moved to clearing tabletop jumps and gaps.

Cornering was another area that needed work as well as riding steep drop offs.

Steve’s Session

Steve took advantage of a short notice availability session to get to grips with his riding. He has a background in jujitsu and I was able to use this muscle memory to develop his riding.

He wanted to get more fluid in his turns as he felt on the verge of crashing when riding through the trees.

Footwork, looking and body positioning were all worked on and adjusted.

A Father And Son Skills Session

Darren and his son Tom came to me via recommendation. They wanted to polish their riding and move it on with understanding what to do and why on their mountain bikes.

I worked on their physical skills sets as well as the head game and before you knew it, they were riding smooth and faster than before.

Drops, steeps, corners, pumping, riding over obstacles, jumps and gaps were all demonstrated and they followed suit.