2 years ago
DanielSpazJames
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Teaching my bros!
So after work today I met up with two of my buds and we went out on the town today. Nice weather and I really wanted to be wearing shorts but I didn't go home to change. But we went over to a game store looked around and got bored cause we've gone there a million times over the summer. Then we went to a Walmart to get drinks (soda) and the store is next to a expo center so there is a huge big empty parking lot. It's one of the greatest things ever for teaching people. I had them work on turning and if I say so myself I have great teaching methods (results my vary). 1. Riding around the islands or whatever they're called. Just as before mentioned ride around the islands progressively riding faster and tighter around the islands until you think you got it down. (Do both heelside and toeside turns) 2. Ride in as tight a circle as you can. Same as the last lesson progressively ride tighter and faster. (Again practice both heelside and toeside turns). 3. Play chicken. I'm sure you all know how to play chicken. Just ride straight at a friend and safely turn away from them at the latest moment possible. For safety call out a direction for not participants to go. Again progressively go faster as you practice this but this is the hardest and gets significantly harder at higher speeds be safe and play within your limits. (Practice both heelside and toeside turns). This concludes a teaching session with The Reckless Spaz.
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I know it's such great fun riding around as you teach them. I don't do too much right next too them teaching it's more no pain no gain type teaching style.
2 years ago·Reply
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@DanielSpazJames with some of my friends who have never really been on boards before I walk next to them and let them hold onto me so they don't lose their shit
2 years ago·Reply
My friends are past that so I had them practice turning.
2 years ago·Reply
Passed*
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