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Originally Posted by slyder View Post
Welcome and funny user name.

This is completely different for everyone. Some ppl pick it up that day, took me 3 full days to make it down the hill and not till the beginning of my 2nd year to learn to truly use my feet to initiate turns "properly"

So don't set a timeline in your mind. Get some good instruction so you don't learn bad habits that you will need to break later. This will also help/let you advance faster.

Ah thanks lol I like to think I'm clever. ha ha.

I guessed there would be variations in each persons experience but I thought there might be some sort of expected general average. My Background forces the habit of measuring returns on an investment so i guess you can blame me for trying right?

I don't really have a timeline or expectations for myself just goals. Right now I am so new that I'm just focusing on getting the basics in concrete so when it's time to make a jump in progression I have the foundation to support it.

Thanks for the reply!
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