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Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Use as much of the tire of your unicycle as posible. Start with your toes, as much as possible near the frame of your unicycle. And finish your steps with the end of your heel.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• With much space between your feet you can walk faster without getting in trouble. When you make long steps, you have to do less, which makes your riding more calm. And so you will have a better control.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Make sure your feet are parrallel to the tire, to have a good grip.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Shoes with a flat sole are recommended.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Practise among a wall, and -like for all tricks- look forward!
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Get used to blindly feel where the wheel is, in stead of looking down to it.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• Your balance comes from a body part that is located between your eye and ear. In horizontal position it works better, as well looking into the horizon gives you information that helps you to maintain balance.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• As soon you think you are ready the continue you practise starting from a pole. This will force you to do it without help of the wall.
Leo Vandewoestijne wrote:
• And make sure to rest your arms. Just like regular riding it works better when you don't swim with your arms.
Evan Byrne wrote:
• Put as much weight on the wheel as possible, Think of it as allmost standing on the wheel, this will give you better support and less of a chance of the uni shooting out from under you.
Michael wrote:
• Lean back as far as possible without falling off...keep your back very straight.
Tom Bennett wrote:
• Do it slowly at first and get as much control as you can, but dont do it so slowly that you lose your balance
Tom Bennett wrote:
• Do it slowly at first and get as much control as you can, but dont do it so slowly that you lose your balance

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