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Old 2019-10-10, 01:50 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by haqreu View Post
Yay, I can confirm that the IUF levels 3 and 4 are reachable! Here is my one-footed riding:

And here is the lvl 3:

However, to qualify for the level 5 I need to learn wheel walking, and it seems to be a tough one...
Looks very good. congrats. Fun vid with the 10cm obstacle. when you start riding it looks like a very big box.
How much time do you think you put in, in total to get to this point?
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Old 2019-10-10, 06:40 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by Setonix View Post
How much time do you think you put in, in total to get to this point?
I have started 18 months ago, but I have spent almost a year without practice due to a foot fracture (not related to the uni). So I'd say it was essentially two last summers with 30-60 min practice a day.
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