Here's the last exercise for the grid (or pole) layout we've brought you this weekend.
Here's how to ride it:
For this exercise you’ll be jumping two fences on a turn, which is good practice for riding a dog-leg. This is also a great exercise for making sure you’re planning ahead and riding every fence individually. To do it...
🔹 start by jumping only the first fence on a circle 🔹 then, make your circle bigger to incorporate the first and second fences. After jumping the first fence, sit up so you’re ready to approach the second fence, which will come up quickly
If it doesn’t go perfectly the first time, don’t panic, just try again!
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