Atleast this time I know what I need to practice. Usually I don't even know that. Also I kind of know how I can practice it, but I do not know if it's working or not. you don't really feel it if you take the frontside nicely. Compared to the backside, which let's you know immidiately. I have also heard that it gives you 50-50. Both gives you equal advantage.
Today I got different feeling of learning when I tried some flatland BMX. We had happening at BMX track and top Finnish flatlander, Aleksi Ritsilä, came to show some tricks. When I were kid and I wanted to start BMX, I didn't know that there is different categories in BMX. I just knew the bike with cool handlebar and 20 inch wheels, also sometimes bike had pegs pointing out from forks. Anyway I saw some flatland BMXers when I were about 10 years old. I ask them to show me some tricks. I were thinking of something what I could practice and boys were showing their best. I deffenately were amazed, but I knew rightaway that I would never learn those. Usually I have had trust in myself that I can do things, but flatland tricks are just unbelievable. I thought that's it and forgot BMX.
Today I finally got to try some flatland BMX and now I'm looking for a bike to buy :)