Brooke Hess 26/09/2016 | Posted in 2016 Rock Star Competition, Instructional, Intermediate Moves, Internationalisation, JK University, Playboating, United States, Video, Whitewater, WW Disciplines
Learning a new freestyle tricks takes time. Lots of time. You will crash. Lots.
Clay Wright (inventor of the loop) once told me that it takes around 2,000 attempts of a new trick before you get it even close to consistent.
This past summer I spent loads of time working on new tricks.
I’m not going to say that I mastered any of the tricks I was working on… but I will say that I mastered the art of crashing while attempting new tricks!
Here’s to several thousand more attempts, and hopefully fewer and fewer crashes with time!