Let's go to the issue I have had for some weeks. I'm talking about jumping. It used to be the headache for me but now it's the relief for the headache :D Jumping used to be really uncomfortable. Interesting but at the same time something I hated. Scary and whobly. When I got closer to the jump I had no idea what were I supposed to do. And even if I did every same everytime it might come up good or totally chaos.
Theis and Caro were lovely when they unpromptedly just started to help me. Sometimes they even took videos of my jumping and explained how I jumped too early, etc. If I didn't start to get it, Theis showed an example and from slow motion video it was pretty easy to see the difference. Here is one of the teachings as an example: When you are riding slower you need to pop more, meaning that you need to also preload more. And going fast it's enough when you just do fast and small movement: