Get Into Attack Position
Read this carefully, because it’s the A-1 key to ripping. Although mountain biking is (and should be) dynamic, you should have a neutral
base position—a position you can start with and return to. We call it the attack posi- tion, because it positions you to attack the trail, rather than survive it.
When you’re in your attack position, you can quickly and seamlessly push, pull, lean, twist, and basically rock. The more centered you are, the more range you have in every direction, and the more ready you are to attack the trail.
Keys to a Good Attack Position
Weight Driving Into Your Pedals
How: In almost every situation, a red dotted line should drive your weight from your belly button to your bottom bracket. As you ride, subtly shift your hips forward or backward to keep your feet heavy and your hands light.
Why: This is the best way to ensure perfect fore–aft balance. It’s not about how your hips are related to your seat, or how your shoulders are related to your bars. The only thing that truly matters is, are your feet heavy and your hands light?
and napisal/-a:Kak nasvet, kako vozit na tehnično zahtevnejših vzponih, da ne dviguje prednjega dela?
Tzuli napisal/-a:Meni osebno, boljše kot vsak video, sta stran 46 in 47 knjige Mastering Mountain Bike Skills (2nd edition), ko boš to štekal in izvajal boš "shredal".]
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