LIfe has got easier; I don't need to get anxious if things doesn't turn out the way I expected. If something gets totally fucked up I shrug my eyebrowns or even might smirk. Learn from the situation and go on. That feels amazing!! Like being aware that you can't control everything, atleast not the past.
I'm trying to say that work is done. My fitness is not gonna get any better before the Worlds. Last touch for speed is the thing for last week. I know how to do gate. I know how to pedal. I know how to get over the first jump. Pump. Pump and pedal at the same time. I can do good turns and keep my line.
I got a comment to one previous posts about jumping. Rider explaned that he has started to getting sideways always when he jumps. I would say the most common reason why jump goes side ways is that you pull more with one hand. I recommend to do check list (attack position, preload, push first hands then legs, reach high meaning that you straighten your hands and legs while flying). That works for me. Before the jump you do it your mind as many time as you can see and feel it happening. You start the imagination from the point where you start getting speed. If you start from the next turn, or from the preload, while you get there you have already being thinking all the wrong things. Worst would be the thought of failing. In this case I would concentrate on both hads doing the same move. This the best tips I can give without seing the jump. I hope you get it!