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Old 2015-07-29, 08:33 PM   #12
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Just discovered there has been a thread on this before: Proper Non Pushing Leg Weight When Pedaling??
Of course - we did tell you it's a common problem! There are probably at least 10 old threads - though clearly we're getting more polite as nobody's told you to just do a search!

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Thanks for the encouragement. I haven't given up on the idea of practicing "smarter"
don't, it's worth keeping thinking about what you're doing - but also don't get discouraged when being smart doesn't make things happen faster and you have a while with no progress. I also prefer to work constructively, but have come to understand that with unicycling, keeping trying and failing at something also often results in progress.
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