Part 2 by Naomi Grigg
The months passed, and now I was not only turning from forwards to backwards with confidence and much better success rate, but I was doing crossovers going forwards. Turning from backwards to forwards was still a problem though but like everything else I learned, I knew how to sort it out. It would just take 4 or 5 hours of repetition. One hour each session, doing it over and over again. I still believe that you can learn most things without an instructor – you just need to try it enough times and eventually your body will adjust what it is doing to enable you to do it without stumbling and falling over as much. It’s never a case of not falling anymore – but those times get pretty few & far between.
Learning the backwards to forwards transition also taught me something about the learning […]