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Old 02-29-2012, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
appage
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Default Getting out of the backseat

The last couple times I've been out my back leg has been getting tired pretty quick. I feel like I do a decent job of keeping myself centered over my board but I must still be in the backseat considering how tired my leg has been getting. It could also be related to me starting to tackle more challenging terrain and riding in some slushy conditions. Or maybe I should stop watching so many pow movies.

Any tips on things I can do to make sure I'm not riding too far back? It seems to be more of a problem when I'm on my heel edge, when I'm on my toe it almost feels like I'm giving my quad a rest. Obviously I need to lean forward more, any things I can mentally think about when I'm out riding.

Thanks!
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