We started off with the skills checks, where i discovered they all needed to work mainly on body positioning and looking within their skills sets. I moved them straight onto drops, where i gave them all a mental skills set, and showed them how to use this within their riding. Soon enough, they where all riding off the largest drop and landing perfectly. We done a quick cornering technique, and then put this to practise by linking two bermed corners. We later moved onto the skills trail, where we spent the next 2 or so hours linking each section together, which included bermed and flat corners, rock gardens, fly outs, steps and drops. We then worked on jumping the tabletop, where i controlled their speeds individually, and soon they where feeling the air beneath their wheels as they flew across it. Some even rode the gap too. The session ended by me showing them some steeps, and showed them the importance of having a correct body position in this.
Nice one guys.