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Facts about Motocross Riding Skills

Motocross Riding Skills

Facts about Motocross Riding Skills!

Free motocross riding tips: Being a descent motocross rider and having fun with it maybe a lot easier and fun than you think. Becoming a successful pro is a lot harder than you think. But let’s face it, most riders want to do well and have fun at an amateur level. The 1% that end up making a living at it, well that’s a whole other story. What level you end up at, only time will tell. In the mean time everyone has to start somewhere and make improvements one week at a time. And those motocross riding skills will come way faster when you know the facts about how to practice.

There’s a lot of info floating around out there regarding mx riding techniques. Info like: keep your elbows up, weight the outside peg, sit on the front part of the seat, ride on the balls of your feet, grip with your knees and on and on. That’s good but it doesn’t help you if you can’t do them naturally and automatically. It’s taken me a long pro racing career and teaching thousands of riders for nearly 30 years to develop my teaching methods so even the hard learners can get it.  And I’ve put all this “HOW TO MX” into an easy to understand and practice format in my Technique DVDs or Streams.   All the keys are there that allow you to start feeling positive results right away.

Get all 55 Absolute Techniques of Motocross in my popular Motocross Practice Manual.

These riding techniques are the foundation of having control and speed. Without them you’re going to plateau pretty quickly. That’s what happens to most riders. No matter how hard they try the real speed and control just isn’t there. Instead arm pump and frustration are there, not to mention injuries.

In any sport there’s a science behind learning the basic techniques of the sport. Just consider golf and tennis for example. There are many techniques and practice methods used by thousands of golf and tennis instructors in order to make these basic golf or tennis skills become natural and automatic. The same goes for the other dozens of stick and ball sports, along with Boxing, Track and Field, Bowling, even Cycling. But motocross has been kind of like, just get on it and turn the throttle, you’ll figure it out???  It’s time you discover what I’ve been working on for over 30 years, there is an easier, more enjoyable way to improve your motocross skills, to speed up the learning curve.

The fastest way to improve your motocross riding skills is with the most effective practice methods and strategies. In a nut shell this is to know and understand all 55 Absolute Techniques of Motocross.  Then know how to break each one down into a separate learning block and know how to execute that block through repetition in order to make it become ingrained into your sub-conscious mind. That is definitely the fastest way to improve your riding skills.

I’ve made improving your motocross riding skills as easy as possible in my VO3 8 DVDs Value Pack.  It features all the most important techniques and the practice strategies for you to not only learn them but make them become natural and automatic. Don’t continue to feel self doubt and frustration, learn to ride with confidence, speed and control. These DVDs can be bought separately , in the first 4 DVDs Value Pack,   all eight DVDs Value Pack  or the second 4 DVDs Value Pack.

Once you have watched the DVDs go back and pick one or two techniques in the first DVD that you want to learn and master. Once you have those down, pick a few more and do the same. Use this method all the way through the DVDs and you’ll  program all the correct riding techniques into your sub-conscious mind. That’s when they become natural and run on auto pilot. That’s when you’ll really be having fun. You will have built a very strong foundation to build your speed and control. The DVDs will explain and show exactly how to do this. Basically it will be by Stationary drills with your bike on the stand, slow rehearsal action practice drills, faster action practice drills, sections of the track and while doing laps and motos on the entire track. It’s all there, all you have to do is follow the instructions. It’s fun and relatively easy because you will feel the steady progress as you develop. I can’t say how long it will take to develop the speed and control you’re looking for. Each rider has different talents and circumstances but I can tell you these methods are the fastest, most effective ways for you to improve. And improvements are the fun and rewarding parts of riding that everyone is looking for. Read some of the testimonies that many riders have said about my teaching methods.

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Here’s one from Ryan Villopoto and one from Jeremy McGrath.

I’m very excited about training with Gary; I think his training and workout programs have a great deal to offer. He also has helped me with the positive mental thinking side of riding. That has helped enormously!

(Ryan when he was still on 85s and Superminis) 

Gary; thanks for your personal help throughout my career. Your methods and strategies made my practice and training time much more effective.

(Jeremy McGrath)

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Stop spending your money on a new exhaust System, suspension or engine mods where it’s not going to make an difference in your results. First you have to obtain the speed and control in order for those mods to make a difference.

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