I'm still not able to share the things and I'm looking myself as a fly on the wall and thinking who is that chic? What is she doing and why? What would it take away from her if she would share things? Good damn those selfish self-righteous... let's leave it there coz some kids might also read this :)
My goal is to get over this block. Actually about a week ago I was talking to Robert de Wilde about this. After a long conversation the main message he gave to me was that I should not let others thoughts or acts to change who I am. And at the moment I'm acting against my own values, just because of what someone did or didn't do. I'm trying to use this article to get me over that block.
Okey, let me share one training. It's kinda small thing, but actually I liked it a lot. One time when I was training with a coach. I was warming up and the coach told me to ride one lap and turn my wrists pointing forward. For the second lap I was supposed to keep my hands the way they were but also turn my front pedal to back. That was pretty uncomfortable. That's the point! Easy way to get uncomfortable. To learn to make yourself to be fine with uncomfortable. To learn yourself to concentrate on the right thing, even there is something bothering you. Something like you feel that you can't do the things that you should be good at. And that also teaches you to be more as a one with your bike.
Actually when I was learning to be snowboarding instructor we were snowboarding almost all the time with back foot in front. That way you were able to feel how it feels when you are learning, and why it's not that easy. Most of the snowboarders are useless with going wrong foot first. When I rode my wrists pointing front and my legs opposite to normal I got this huge flash back to snowboarding. I can say after I had snowboard 10 days with my wrong foot in front I was so much better to snowboard the normal way. Like I would got transfer from linear game to 3D. So if you are coaching or instructing BMX take a moment and try the basics with having your wrists pointing in front. Have your pedals opposite to normal. Maybe put your hands crossed or your legs. If you still don't notice any difference get them all at the same time and try to manual, or double manual. If someone wants to understand how the beginners feel on BMX track or heading any new things they need to make themselves to go there :)
And the ice block I mentioned in the headline is for my legs. They are getting some cold as spikes again. Not that I would have done anything else than trained but that's what seems to happen always. They don't recover but feels like someone is holding ice block next to my tights or even spikes with ice needle to my tights.. yea, so if anyone knows what I'm talking about or what I'm supposed to do to get it stop please tell me :)