Wow… that subject sounds rather odd doesn’t it?
Anyway… The crank grab learning process that KH suggests is to start on the crank and jump up from there, right? Well i took it a step lower than that.
I had two milk crates and a board placed on top if them which gave me just enough height to keep my wheel a few inches off the ground. Now the board is sturdy enough to keep a flat surface and keep the wheel off the ground, but it was bendy enough to give me a little extra bounce to my jump up.
I still can’t jump from a concrete ledge just yet but the bouncy board is really helping me work on my crank grab technique and balance. Soon i’ll be able to step up a level.
Just wanted to share this tip with anyone else trying to work on their crank grab.
Cheers! [was a good show]