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 Post subject: panasonic open
PostPosted: Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:00 am 
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in the 2006 panasonic open jeremy stenberg"twich" trys to do a back flip and falls in a hand stand and broke both of his legs why did he hit the eject butten and risk so much because when i know im gonna fall i try to land on my knees and if im in a bad possition i land whatever way i can and with each crash i always learn a lesson and get back up knowing im fine but need to practice more on tricks and landings what is a good way to build up strenth so i dont break any thing? i need to know because i ride in the woods and if i jump too far i will land into a bunch of trees.


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 Post subject: Re: panasonic open
PostPosted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:50 am 
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Strength training is the best way to improve strength. Do a search on the website on "off-season strength training" and read those articles. Also check out the interview with Ronnie Faisst (http://www.racerxvt.com/virtual_trainer/Faisst_interview.html)

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