Balance training technique...

I haven’t tried this for any great length of time yet, but I just thought of a method of training for general unicycling balance and particularly still stands that seems pretty effective. There’s a spot at my house where a shortish bit of rope (for my hammock) hangs down. I set myself up underneath the rope and it’s just at the right height so that I can comfortably use it to correct my balance.

It’s good because you can do little still stands and work on using the rope less and less, and it’s not at all tiring. A few minutes ago I was sitting in a wheel walking position and balancing on the spot.

Give it a try!
Andrew

Thanks Andrew. I might just try that out this weekend.
Very Interesting indeed.

David.

Re: Balance training technique…

On Wed, 11 Jun 2003 02:42:07 -0500, andrew_carter
<andrew_carter.oumhn@timelimit.unicyclist.com> wrote:

>a method of training for general unicycling balance

Neat idea Andrew. That way, you loose no time falling/hopping/riding
when your balance goes off, it’s near 100% effective use of practice
time.

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