Actually, I know “you advance riders” can all do this…so please, don’t reply back with answers like:
a.) juggling with both hands while riding.
b.) texting on my cellphone while riding.
c.) Holding my laptop and editing my video while riding.
My comment is really to help the beginners understand how improve their pedaling or fix their “twisted riding position” with precision pedaling. So, if this helps any of the beginners out there,…let me know your progress.
One last thing, I forgot to mention for precision pedaling:
Foot placement on both pedals must be ABSOLUTELY THE SAME.
However, if you just free mounted and struggled to get up…it may not be.
You must learn to “slowly wiggle/twist” your feet as you lighten pedal pressure to allow it to shift into proper precision. Also, be careful “looking” down at your pedal. Get used to “feeling” your calves rub against the frame fork, to verify your foot position.
This really affects your pedaling action, because if you are on your toes on one pedal and you are not on the other…then the power and leverage is different…it will FEEL UNEQUAL for sure