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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-27-2012, 12:52 PM
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I would suggest to do a 2 hour lesson in the morning your first day, take what the instructor taught you, have him/her give you things to work on then spend the rest of the day really getting comfortable with all of the things you learned. As much as one on one time is nice you do need time to practice practice practice. Hopefully be the end of the first lesson, seeing how you are a grown adult and will be one on one you will be linking skidded turns and you can work on that the rest of the day. Then go back the next day, presuming it is a weekend, take another 2 hour lesson in the morning and you will hopefully be introducing and refining those skidded turns to steeper terrain. Good luck!

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