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Post by littlema » Tue, 22 Jul 2008 11:34:40


Quote:

> Try practicing on a bike rack (the ones with the horizontal poles on the
> sides and vertical stands in the middle for a bike tire) this way you
> could hold the center and work on your balance and confidence.  I did
> this today and it worked out really well.

That's a good idea.

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Post by padst3 » Tue, 22 Jul 2008 18:58:47

i just improved mine alot by sitting on my uni between a wall and a
chair while watching tv.I just tryed to hold the stillstand as long as
possible and used the chair or wall so i dont fall over.After doing
that for along time i realised i didnt need to make as many adjustments
as before.

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Post by mikepento » Tue, 22 Jul 2008 21:29:05

Kris Holm has written an excellent tutorial for issue 5 of Uni - the
Unicycle Magazine...

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