Harrison is 14 yrs old and wanted to work on his cornering and also judging distance when jumping. I worked on his positioning and set up, which really enhanced his physical skill set. Flat, bermed and off camber turns were smoother and faster and his jumping was more stylish too. I think the pics say it all
Pete wanted to understand how and when to jump as previously it had been hit and miss. I broke down his skills set and rebuilt it, working on positioning massively. That led on to his mental skills. We went from riding obstacles, jumping, drops, steeps and corners. Great session dude and i’m looking forward to hearing your riding updates.
I coached Rich in July on a public session but he wanted to return and bring his lifelong mate Joe along for a session too, so they could push their riding further. I broke their skills down and rebuilt it into a simpler and easier version of mountain biking. It really resonated with them as corners, jumps, drops, steeps and gaps all suddenly became a breeze for them.
I coach on Saturday’s during winter and today was the first. Dale made the trip down from Preston for his one to one wanting to learn to jump. I broke his skill set down and rebuilt it back, along with his mental skills too. Dale had never cleared a tabletop before today, but by the end of the session, Dale was clearing 9ft gaps!
Paul and His sons Zach and Dillon came across for a session with me after recommendations from his friends. He was worried about the how different in ability they were to each other but that was absolutely not an issue once I began. Footwork, positioning, looking and speed were all worked on and applied to the techniques I teach and BOOM!
They wanted to learn to jump but today was about so much more. I think i’ll let the pics and vids tell the story