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Re: The cross over crack from 1/25/2017 to 2/3/2017

Tristan, it's funny how that happens isn't it ?
It happens to me too.

Ron

When you're choreographing your life, sometimes you have to dance with the music you're given.

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Re: The cross over crack from 1/25/2017 to 2/3/2017

I knew I wouldn't be the only one! You always seem to handle yourself quite well in your videos, though. :-)

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Re: The cross over crack from 1/25/2017 to 2/3/2017

As promised, albeit a day late, this is my video of the cross over after 10 "days" of practice. As you will notice, I was struggling with the second crack, but I have been able to do it.

I think it's a remarkable sign of progress I can go whole sessions, or multiple-lengthed sessions without whacking myself now (although I did wing my hand and hair today).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=726dN_98YVg

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Tristan, that is a sign of progress.

Maybe you could start the first crack higher up on the right. It might be too low where it is now.
Slow down. Take a 5 second pause in between attempts. It will help you focus.

You are definitely improving and that's something to be proud of.

Ron

When you're choreographing your life, sometimes you have to dance with the music you're given.

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(post #36): You are absoulutely right Robert, I need to work a lot more on the first part of the crossover. I've been practicing the crossover (particularly the first part) during the last couple of days and it's slowly improving smile



Tristan, congratulations on your improvement and thank's for sharing your video !!!

I know that "camera phenomenon" very well - it happens to me so often that my wife has asked me several times if I "act like that" on purpose when she is filming me smile


All the best
Ben