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Originally Posted by Soggysnow View Post
Do you get take yourself away from that feature for awhile, do other things and then come back to it? Or do you jump in and just keep trying?

If your using the wrong technique and keep trying, your just going to make it much more difficult then it actually is. Start with just that: technique. Be aware of what you are doing and how it effects your other movements. Start small and work your way up.

Start off with a nice ride-on feature and work on your form/technique. Your going to have to muster up the courage to get a bit of speed (going slow will make it a lot harder).

If I'm having difficulties with some features I will walk away briefly and do the things I'm good at to boost my confidence before returning. Try to not make a big deal of it, but at the same time be mentally prepared and in the zone.

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