Alright, I worked on it a little more this afternoon and the NFS went away but your probably right I just have to find that position that is just right for gliding, which is just all practice. Thanks man
Hey Eli I have been working on one foot wheel walking and gliding lately. My one foot wheel walking is pretty consistant but when I go try to glide I can maybe glide total of 1 second before the uni shoots out in front of me. I think it is becuase of NFS (Noob Foot Syndrome), thats when I glide and my toe of my kicking foot is only on the tire and my heel rests on the crown, any tips?
Hahahaha, dude awesome! I remember my first crankflips. I landed one, and during that day I did so many that by the end I had them so I never fell off. I got them up curbs and down curbs and everything Then the next day I got hickflips xD
Well I have no problem comitting now! And it took two hours of constant practice to stay over the unicycle. Now the only problem is jumping high enough off of the unicycle while staying over it. So the pedal usally comes and sweeps my front leg out from under me. But once I get used to staying over the unicycle the height will come. Also I landed an assisted crankflip (Im guessing you have no clue what that is). Becuase I cant get high enough off of the unicycle Max would walk behind me and when I jumped he would hold me up a little bit so I wouldnt fall as fast. The cranks flipped all the way around and I landed it! But yeah its going pretty well. I do have to disagree with you though, this is one of the hardes tricks I have ever tried learning Way harder than a 180 unispin