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  • Why Pull-Ups are bad for motocross riders?

    Why Pull-Ups are bad for motocross riders?

    Training off the bike for motocross has become popular these days. But some of the methods used can be bad for your riding skills if not done properly. For example, regular push ups and especially pull ups are not so good because they don’t simulate movements on the bike. Pull Ups are a recipe for arm pump. Watch this video to learn more. Click this link to learn a lot more about training for motocross. 

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  • Learning to Jump a Dirt Bike? (video)

    Learning to Jump a Dirt Bike? (video)

    First learning to jump a dirt bike or bicycle is fun and exciting but at the same time can be pretty scary as well. Here’s my strategy for first timers. Basically it’s starting out small and repeating it through repetition, moving up gradually as you improve. In this video I’m learning to jump a mountain bike. Try not to laugh too hard.             Want more how to jumping info. It’s all broken down in an […]

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  • Faster Motocross Lap Times using the Wheelie! (video)

    Faster Motocross Lap Times using the Wheelie! (video)

    Have you seen the pros wheelieing over a small jump? It’s a big time saver. This short video will show you with slow motion and freeze frames just how it’s done. For all the motocross jumping techniques click the links below for these DVDs or Streams. Don’t go through the “School of Hard Knocks” learn the right ways from the get go! Basic Jumping Seat Bouncing and Launching  Absorb, Scrub and Whip 

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  • Is cycling good for motocross training?

    Is cycling good for motocross training?

    Is cycling really good for motocross training? After a four month training experiment, using myself as the ginny pig, the results are in. Watch this 12 minute video to understand how cycling effected my motocross riding results and much more. You have to be willing to suffer on the bicycle or is it really suffering??? Don’t do all that hard training unless you are sure you’re doing the most effective training for motocross, training that will bring the results you’re […]

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  • Are you getting the most out of your training?

    Are you getting the most out of your training?

    Are you not only getting the most out of your training but also, are you having fun doing it? Training off the motocross bike has always been a chore for me, but lately I’ve found a new method that I’ve really been enjoying. Here’s what’s been happening. I have a 2012 and 2013 KX250F. If you have Kaws you need to know this. I had the 2012 up for sale but then I found out the clutch bearings on the […]

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  • Are Your Arms Working With the Bike or Against it?

    Are Your Arms Working With the Bike or Against it?

    All the proper upper body movements over the bike begin with how you grip the bars. Hand positioning is critical. There are two main hand positions. One is for braking and the other is for accelerating. Watch this video to learn more. Get the full skinny on all the proper Body Positions and Movements along with the most common mistakes in this DVD or Stream,  “Motocross Body Positions and Movements”.     

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  • Is Motocross bad for your Back?

    Is Motocross bad for your Back?

    Many riders have problems with their back from time to time. Is this normal or can a simple riding technique regarding posture keep your back healthy and strong? Watch this video to find out. Learn all the proper Body Positions and Movements. Work with the bike not against it.  “Body Positions and Movements DVD or Stream”.   

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  • You should like rutted corners, do you?

    You should like rutted corners, do you?

    Watch this video and you will. There’s a lot more then just slowing down for the beginning of a berm (rutted) corner. You have to continue to control your speed all the way through the berm. Once your front wheel checks into the berm it’s mostly done with the front brake and throttle. This video will give you a better understanding. If you really want to improve your motocross skills through the berms get my VO3 DVD #5 (Motocross Berm […]

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  • How’s your foot work on the bikes?

    How’s your foot work on the bikes?

    Learn how the feet and ankles are suppose to work in Cycling and Motocross. What is the relationship and what are the correct techniques on the pedals and footpegs? Give the video a watch and see what you think:  

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  • Is you’re Clutch & Shifting Skills costing you lap times?

    Is you’re Clutch & Shifting Skills costing you lap times?

      Do you need to use the clutch when up shifting? How do you up shift when you’re in the forward body position? Checkout this video tip on proper shifting in Motocross and more facts about Clutch, Throttle and Shifting Techniques. These 3 things of Clutch, Throttle and Shifting have to work together in order to keep the engine happy and of course improve your lap times. There’s a whole lot more then you would think that goes into Motocross […]

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  • Motocross Jumping Secrets Revealed

    Motocross Jumping Secrets Revealed

    Here’s a 8 minute video of 12 riders from Club MX. It mainly focuses on they’re jumping techniques. You can really notice how they’re staying low and scrubbing off jumps as I explain the repeat frames, slow motion and still frames.

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  • 3 Step Braking Techniques

    3 Step Braking Techniques

    Your ability to stop or slow down is your right away to speed. Good braking techniques are overlooked by all C riders and many B riders. But braking control is just as important as clutch and throttle control. Both front and rear brakes are equally important but this freeMX riding tip is just going to cover the rear brake.

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Gary Semics & Josh Thompson

I’ve went from 250 lbs down to 160 lbs with the help of Gary Semics MX Conditioning DVD. I can really tell a big difference with how I feel on the bike. Not only do I not tire out, but the bike handles and performs better with me having the strength to ride it with ease now.

I decided to test my new conditioning out in this years 23rd annual Great Greenbrier River Race. It’s a 17 mile triathlon that consist of a 3 mile run (that I completed with a time of 20min 37s), a 4 mile kayak (completed in 45min 51s), and a 10 mile bike ride (completed in 36min 59s). I crossed the line 44th out of 222 with a overall time of 1hr 43min 27s and thats even after suffering a broken paddle in the kayaking event.

I owe a lot to Gary for teaching me his conditioning and all of his techniques in the sport that I love. Thanks Gary,

Josh Thompson

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