As I’ve been unicycling recently a thought came to me. I was wondering if I was strong enough to do street. When I try flipping doubles when doing a zero plant, the unicycle wobbles everywhere when its off the ground. I thought maybe I’m not strong enough to hold it in place but I also considered that it could just take practice but I’m not sure. also with 180 unispins, i just cant get 180. Every attempt, the unicycle spins about 90dg so i end up on the ground with pedal bite. Maybe I’m not strong enough keep the unicycle up in the air?
(the weight of the kh wheel does feel heavy)
I really don’t know if this would be the case or not but its just a thought. Would this be true? Consider that I turned 13 in April, all my friends are taller me but quite alot and Im waiting to go through a massive growth spurt.
I turned 13 in march. I have a Quax muni which weighs over 6 and a half kilos.
I havnt practised 180 unispins much but i can get 180, i just dont have the confidence to land it. Dunno, practise i guess? I usually go by the motto-
Don’t worry about it, strength has less to do with it than confidence and technique, with proper technique it won’t really matter how strong you are as much, but it will certainly help to be stronger.
Confidence is probably what is holding you back at this point. Anyone should be able to do a 180 unispin, I’ve even seen someone who couldn’t ride do one (he stood on the cranks), its just all in your head.
well there’s a trick called a side spin which is where your in the air and you spin the uni like a unispin but your body is behind the unicycle, so, while it is spinning you bring your body to the front and land it (if that makes sense).
So I guess you could like a 180 sidespin mount or something